~~October 31, 2014~~
I have to honor Kitty … my black cat. Also know as “Double Trouble”. She chose me … after a few close encounters where she was almost “sent away”, she’s here to stay.
~The history of National Black Cat Day~
Thursday 30 October 2014 marks our fourth National Black Cat Day, Cats Protection’s annual campaign to celebrate black and black-and-white cats.
Black cats are often overlooked by potential adopters and take on average a week longer to home. We’re not sure why but we don’t want to see them left waiting in the wings so invite you to join us in commending the beauty of black cats.
Thousands of people backed the UK’s first ever Black Cat Awareness Day – as it was known then – on 27 October, which drew attention to the hundreds of homeless black cats in Cats Protection’s care and the apparent reluctance of people to adopt them.
Fictional mascot Billy Noir-Mates was the face of the campaign, starring in his own video and donning social media profiles.
“As it appears in …. “
~National Black Cat Day — Our cats~
~Published on Oct 25, 2013~
Here’s a small selection of the many black and black and white cats currently in our care at the National Cat Centre. We hope you enjoy watching it as much as we enjoyed filming it!
National Black Cat Day is a celebration of the often overlooked cats that come in to our care and is taking place on our social media channels on 31 October 2013.
Come and join in the fun at http://www.facebook.com/catsprotection or twitter #cpblackcats
#NationalBlackCatDay #October 30 #KittyDoubleTrouble #CatsProtectionCampaign
#OverlookedPotentialAdopters #BlackCatAwarenessDay #FictionalMascotBillyNoirMates
#WeAllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #hrexachwordpress
We ALL are ONE!!