Top 10 Reasons to Adopt a Black Cat

1 : A common myth about black cats is that they’re bad luck. It’s said that if you cross paths with a black cat, you’re bound to stumble upon bad luck in the near future. 

2 : While all cats have different personalities separate from their coat colors, black cats are known to be loving, energetic, and quirky creatures. 

3 : The gene that gives these cats their black color is the same one that allegedly protects them against common cat diseases like feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), often called “the cat version of HIV.”

4 :  Their low adoption rate is a contributing factor to their euthanization, as unadopted pets are often prime candidates in various shelters. 

5 : Panthers are beautiful, elusive creatures that are native to Asia, Africa, and the Americas.

6 : Across many cultures, black cats were once regarded as royalty. In fact, many cultures worshiped them as “gods.” 

7 : Most black cats have yellow/gold, copper, or emerald green eyes. This is due to the eumelanin that gives these cats black fur.

8 : Due to the many myths, legends, and rich history of the black cat, it’s no surprise that they carry an air of mystery to them.

9 : Cats, in general, are thought to sense and connect with the spiritual realm. Many Eastern cultures label black cats as spiritual protectors. 

10 : This ongoing prejudice has been going on for far too long. By loving your own little black cat, you might encourage others to do the same. 

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