National Black Cat Day 2021 · Parkinson's Resource Organization

National Black Cat Day 2021

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Don’t be superstitious on National Black Cat Day! October 27th celebrates the beauty of these sleek creatures. The day also seeks to raise awareness about the low adoption rates for black cats.

This time of year, many black cats may decorate many thresholds for Halloween and windows for spooky decor. However, these felines deserve the love and attention just as much as their tabby equivalents. Old notions have given these furry critters a bad reputation. The day is about turning that reputation around.

Their black canine counterparts also face similar adoption problems. So, it’s not all about myth and mystery. However, increasing support for the black feline’s plight is the goal of this companion holiday.

If you are a cat lover and considering adopting, don’t overlook the ebony to go with your ivory.  Knock those irrational fears to the door and open your home to the dark side!  Visit a shelter near you and explore the ebony options available in the cat room. Volunteer if you don’t have the opportunity to adopt. You’ll be able to spread the word about these svelte beauties. Despite their look, they each exhibit a different persona.

If your home is graced with a black cat, share photos of your fine feline on social media. Let the world know there’s nothing to fear.

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    • October 27, 2021
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Updated: August 16, 2017