Please Consider Adopting a Black Cat

Black cats spend a longer time in shelters waiting to be adopted.

This is a problem because cats in shelters are stressed, and they are more likely to get sick.

A very common disease for shelter cats is an upper respiratory infection.

Cats who become sick at a shelter are at risk of being euthanized.

The fact that black cats take longer to be adopted puts them at greater risk of dying in the shelter.

Some people think that black cats are unlucky or evil, but this is just a superstition.

In some places like England, Ireland, Scotland and Japan, black cats are considered good luck!

I hope that this has convinced you to give black cats a chance when you are adopting a pet!  Black cats also deserve love and a good home…





5 thoughts on “Please Consider Adopting a Black Cat

    1. I’ve had several black or black and white cats during my life and they have been the sweetest kitties! I have one now who is 20 years young and still the best kitty ever.


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