With millions still believing black cats are cursed, so many black kitties go unloved. Halloween is a very popular holiday and black cats are symbolic of it. Instead of fearing them or using them to strike fear this season, I am encouraging you to show them love. If you come across a black cat a few days before Halloween, let proper animal authority know. Black cats are still catnapped by people for sick pranks. Let’s start the love right here! Here are 7 things we should all love about black cats.
Black Cats Aren’t Bad Luck
In the middle ages, black cats were heavily associated with witches, so naturally, people felt they were cursed. While we know this isn’t true today, some people still won’t let the “black cat crossing” myth go. It is quite funny as well, some other cultures believe black cats to be good luck like the UK and Asia.
That Little Black Dress is Safe!
They Look Like Little Panthers
Ever wanted to own a panther? Well, you are as nuts as me! It costs a lot of money and you need licenses and permits to even care for one. Black cats look like miniature panthers and this is great news for any Carolina Panthers fan. You can brag to all your friends about owning a tiny panther, I know I would!