Today is National Black Cat Day. Why celebrate these cats in particular? Sadly, many people still view black cats as unlucky or are associated with the occult. The increasing popularity of Hallowe’en with its black cat motifs only makes the situation worse. Black cats in rescue centres are often the last to be adopted, regardless of age and temperament.
Instead, let us celebrate our mini panthers! Sleek or fluffy, our ebony companions deserve the same love and respect as their more colourful siblings.
We currently have three black foster cats: Bonnie, Jack and Jill. If you would like to sponsor our special cats, please contact us.