Black Cats Tell All Calendar Giveaway Plus Sale! Can you believe it’s the Epiphany today? Well, we had an epiphany. Early birds may get the worm but late cats win. No one wants a 2017 calendar in June, so we have put our Black Cats Tell All calendar on sale AND having a giveaway for FIVE winners! It’s getting close
Jupiter, Black Shelter Cat About To Lose Only Home in 9 Years. He arrived at the shelter in New York as a kitten.
It’s Black Cat Appreciation Day. This isn’t just another made up holiday to promote something. Black cats get a bad rap for zero good reasons and are the least likely color to be adopted. Case, in point: several black cats I featured a year ago are still waiting to be adopted at New Rochelle Humane Society. If every one gets
Black Cat Week continues all week to raise awareness of black cats. Today is the annual Be The Change For Animals, a campaign where bloggers share animal related causes important to them. It’s also a blog hop with like-minded pet bloggers. We can’t change the lives of all animals but imagine if we all changed the life of just one
Welcome to Black Cat Week where we’ll be celebrating all things Black Cat. As we creep closer to Halloween, pumpkins and spooky decorations are popping up along with the iconic black cat imagery. It’s hard to believe but not everyone thinks that black cats are beautiful or desirable or horrors, unlucky. Us Cat Wisdom 101 boys, Merlin, Odin and Domino
Today is Black Cat Appreciation Day but I hope one day we won’t have to designate a day for less adoptable colors of cats. Black, white and black and white cats are less likely to be adopted than other cats. It makes no sense to me but it’s a fact. With awareness we can change the luck or destiny of
Black cat appreciation day on Aug. 17 is a lucky day to adopt a black cat.
Next week is proving to be kitty hashtag heaven. #CatVidFest on August 14th celebrates the best in cat videos. It’s the third year of the Internet Cat Video Festival held at the Walker Center in Minneapolis with a special appearance this year by Lil BUB and her dude, Mike Bridavsky. You can also meet the awesome Lil BUB in Chicago on Sept.
Every Wednesday for the past six weeks, we’ve celebrated and advocated for black cat awareness and adoption by showcasing the beauty, mystery, magic and good luck of black cats in art and unique vintage collectibles. We shared photos of some remarkable black cats and their tragic or heroic stories who need homes. It’s our hope that one day there won’t be
That’s right, it’s Wednesday and time for our weekly black cat adoption awareness feature. This week, we have some unusual and striking vintage art and collectibles depicting black cats. But first, meet NINJI, a sleek, young boy discovered by a customer at a gas station in West Miami. He stood on his hind legs and pleaded with his front paws to
Do you think black cats are lucky? If you don’t, we hope to change your mind over the next six weeks. Think of October as Black Cat Awareness Month. Starting this Wednesday until Halloween, Cat Wisdom 101 will feature a curated collection of black cat art from antique advertising to wacky vintage sculpture. We’ll be sharing tidbits of black cat lore and