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Black Cat Day

27 October 2020
Black Cat Day
Because of superstitious beliefs in some cultures, black cats are sometimes associated with bad luck and, sadly, are more likely to be put to sleep or wait a long time to be adopted from shelters. Black Cat Day was launched to show people that a black cat could be the perfect cat for them, and help raise awareness about black cats in general.

If you’ve been looking for a rescue cat yourself, why not consider a black cat? Not only are the superstitions about them bringing bad luck completely untrue, but you might find a black cat to be a fantastic feline companion for you! On Black Cat Day, a fun way to celebrate, if you own a black cat, is to take photos with your pet to share and spread awareness about the day on social media. Children can join in by drawing pictures of black cats.

Also, today marks the tenth anniversary of
#BlackCatDay – a perfect time to say hello to Slinky and Malinki, stunningly beautiful twin girls, who are approximately 6 months old.

 
Both girls are chipped, inoculated, and neutered and have a clean bill of health.patience to let them feel safe and not expect too much too soon. Consequently, they are not suited to a home with younger children or dogs. Once they are settled, they are playful energetic cats who love to climb and explore.le nibble to remind you that she’s there!
 
Malinki is less confident but really enjoys having an ear or chin rub – just look at the videos to see her quiet enjoyment. She takes her lead from her sister and so we really want to find them a forever home together.
They came from a multi-cat household but need owners who have both the time and patience to let them feel safe and not expect too much too soon. Consequently, they are not suited to a home with younger children or dogs. Once they are settled, they are playful energetic cats who love to climb and explore.
 
Both girls are chipped, inoculated, and neutered and have a clean bill of health.
 
Do you think you could offer these beauties a forever home? We’d like their prospective owners to come and visit them a few times, so they can get to know you before making that big move. Are you up to the challenge?