National Cat Day
Felis Silvestrus Catus, a tiny furry ball of cuteness, will completely destroy the ability of any human being to act like an adult. This phenomenon has been proven to increase in strength with increasing proximity. The distance between the subject and another member of this species seems to have an inverse relationship on intelligence.
Cat lovers know what cats are like. They are beloved members of the family and rule our lives as furry little gods.
National Cat Day is the perfect time to celebrate, learn and embrace all things cat. Even though most cats would agree that humans should be embracing cats every day, not just National Cat Day, they can’t talk.
Colleen Paige was the first to create National Cat Day. She has been an animal welfare advocate for many years. Paige created the day in order to raise awareness about the plights of domestic cats, especially those that don’t live with happy homes. Paige also created important animal-related days such as National Puppy Day in February 2006 and National Dog Day in Oct 2004.
Cats are intimately tied to people, both as pets and as wild animals that roam freely in cities and towns on almost every continent. These feline companions are beloved and bring joy to millions. They have been responsible for some of the most absurd memes on the Internet!
In 2005, National Cat Day was established. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals adopted National Cat Day shortly after its creation. This organization also works to get people to adopt their pets into forever homes. This organization works hard to raise awareness about the increasing number of animals in need of rescue and the possible solutions for feral cat colonies.
If you have a cat, hug and pet it. This is the best way to begin your celebrations of National Cat Day. These are some other ideas to enjoy and observe the day:
You don’t need one, or hey! If you don’t have one (or hey! Pets are meant to be loved and cared for, so make sure you bring it home with you.
Adopting a cat is a great way to add a feline friend to your home. Keep in mind that kittens can be adopted easily, so choose an older cat, or one with a lower health score, if you are able. Although these cats are loving and affectionate, they can also be very useful companions. However, this type of activity will reduce the number homeless felines worldwide.
This is the ideal day to learn more about cats and to share your knowledge with others. These are some important pieces of information that you can start with:
You can take your cat to get professional grooming, or you can use this day to remind you to visit the vet if it has been awhile. There is no such thing as too much care for a pet. This could mean buying a cat a scratching post or pet food upgrade, or just giving them a little more scratching behind their ears. National Cat Day is a reminder to remember what your cat needs and likes in order for them to be happy.
Donating to a national or local charity that aids cats is a great way to make a difference and feel good about your day. Here are some top cat charities that you should consider.
Yes, cats can be very elusive. Despite their best efforts to avoid the spotlight, cats are often the subject of books and movies. This is the ideal day to snuggle up with your cat while you watch one of these fascinating cat stories.
National Cat Day could be just what you need to get started with a community program. You can help organize a Trap Neuter-Release program for your community. This helps reduce the number homeless cats by trapping them and stopping their ability to breed new colonies. These drives can often be coordinated with local veterinarians and pet shelters, which will offer their help as a good deed to the community and the feline population.
Spaying and neutering can help reduce the number homeless cats, while still allowing them to live full lives. This is a great way to reduce the number of feral cats that end up in shelters and are then euthanized if they don’t find a home.
Shelters may require a commitment of at least two to four hours per week. Volunteers usually need to complete a short training program before they can start volunteering. It’s a kind gesture that animals will appreciate, even though they may not be able to thank you.