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 pick him up and feed him and save him. It turned out he belonged to an elderly lady. Sadly the daughter place mom in nursing home and dumped the cats outdoors. Thankfully our friends at Riverfront Cats took him in. Ninji just received his second round of vaccinations, is neutered, healthy and ready to go to his new home. He’s an athletic boy with high energy levels but likes purring in a lap too!
Ninji’s ADOPTION GIFT BASKET
For anyone who adopts Ninji, you will receive a black carrier, and a “Welcome Kitty Gift Basket” including a pet carrier, food bowl, toys, the delightful book The Chronicles of Zee & Zoey autographed by our good friend Deb Barnes, and a bottle of Coppola Wine. Christopher Coppola and his black cat Otto are the famous guardian/cat duo and were celebrity guests at the Black Cat Gala in Miami. Christopher and Otto have generously donated the bottle of wine for anyone who adopts a black cat from Riverfront Cats!
If you are interested in meeting Ninji, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Many believe black cats are lucky and the cover of this adorable book published in 1927 speaks volumes.
Tea anyone? Who can resist a vintage mid-century teapot from Stafford. Did you know we collect teapots? We have a feature at our other blog called Zen Tea Tuesday
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We are donating 100% of the proceeds from our black cat art at our Etsy shop to the A.S.P.C.A.