It is National Black Cat Day, Let’s Celebrate!
Did you know that black cats are the least adopted of any color of cats or kittens, so now is the time to acknowledge how special they really are.
I have admitted I am not much of a cat person, but my spouse is, so 9 years ago I found myself living with a cat for the first time in my life. I was very stand offish at first but have grown to love her very much. I do have some exceptions when I am not so pleased, like when she barfs on the carpet and when she brings back her gifts like dead mice, shrews, birds etc.
Our latest addition to our family was a tiny black kitten that we named Ruckus and boy has he lived up to his name. He has gotten huge over the last 2 years and is very sweet and cuddly with some members of my family, but not me, ha ha.
He is a beautiful, sweet and very funny guy. He loves to chase and tease our other older female cat, but he is not allowed outside so he has a lot of pent up energy.
Here in the United States black cats often fall into the stigma of bad luck etc which is absolutely not true of course. In some countries black cats are thought to help bring romance into your life, so there. If you are looking for a kitten or cat don't overlook the black ones, they are sweet as pie.
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