Did you know that October 27th is “National Black Cat Day”?

Black cats need a little positive PR as their reputation as an omen of bad luck is well-known (and unearned, frankly). In the lead-up to Halloween, National Black Cat Day provides the chance for feline fans to show off their love for the oft-maligned, but always iconic animal.

Find out more at National Black Cat Day — History and Why We Celebrate (nationaltoday.com)

And for me (Mike Stansfield, CRA Webmaster and Newsletter editor) it is particularly relevant this year as my wife and I are fostering 4 black kittens getting them ready for adoption and their forever homes.  You can see them in the picture above … showing just how tricky it is to get them all looking the same way for the camera!

There are also some individual shots below.

Find out more about the work done by Precious Paws Cat Rescue at https://www.preciouspawscatrescue.com/ and facebook.

If you are interested in adopting these or other kittens then you can contact me via mike@chorleywoodresidents.co.uk or speak to Jacqui Schafer on 01923 578500. 

 

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