(WIVB) – Black cats can sometimes get bad food – even if they are as greedy as their color counterparts.
October 27 is Black Cat Day, a day that celebrates black people and raises awareness about their adoption rates.
The most acceptable cats currently available in Niagara County SPCA are black or black and white.
Kimberly Larusa, director of community engagement at Niagara County SPCA, said: “I’m not really sure why black cats are deceived – there may be superstitions in their area and they may not be photographed properly.” They are just as cute as any other cat, and there are so many who need a loving home here – we ask the community to stand by them and give them a chance.
Gina Latuka, the organization’s chief communications officer, said 10 of the currently approved cats in SP County are black.
“We always hear that people are looking for a slightly different color scheme, and we hear that black cats are unlucky,” says Latuka. We say that this is one of the only cultures that thinks that other cultures do not promote such myths.
If the Aiki is not open, it can be a little difficult to identify Inki cats on their beds.
“If they are asleep, it may be difficult to see them, but they are there and they are looking for their eternal home, so give them a chance!” According to Larusa.
According to Latuka, there are some shelters in the country that do not allow black cats to be adopted in the week before Halloween.
The AC County guideline SPCA was implemented several years ago.
“In Eri County, we have not been able to prove any of that,” said Latuka. One week before Halloween, we would drag black cats off the adoption floor, and On November 1, we had a room full of black cats, which are already very difficult to accept.
If you are interested in bringing a cat, both shelters are currently allowing adoption visits, no appointment required.
SPCA’s SPCA service, which sells adoption to three or more cats, “pays cat life” for $ 1 a year.