Saint Perpetua is the patron of cattle, martyrs, and Santa Perpetua de Mogoda, Catalonia, Spain. She was born of a noble pagan family but converted to the Christian faith. Saint Perpetua was martyred with her friend and fellow convert Saint Felicitas. They were first mauled by wild beasts and then beheaded in the year 203. St. Perpetua's feast day is March 7th.