Egyptian Cat Bastet - is the name commonly used by scholars today to refer to a feline goddess of ancient Egyptian religion who was worshipped at least since the Second Dynasty. Her name is also spelled Bast, Baast, Ubasti and Baset
Bast: a lioness goddess of the sun throughout most of Ancient Egyptian history, but later she was changed into the cat goddess- Bastet. She also was changed to a goddess of the moon by Greeks occupying Ancient Egypt toward the end of its civilization.
A depiction of the Egyptian goddess Bast in her full cat form. A national deity of ancient Egypt, Bast was a kind and loving goddess, protecting man from contagious disease and evil spirits. Her festivals were light hearted and full of joy.
♔ Treasures of King Tutankhamun Anubis is the jackal ( or possibly a tamed wild dog) seen as a protector and companion. Watching over the feather weighing in the afterlife and then when a soul is judged good, he becomes a guide into heaven, (or if bad.