5 Reasons To Adopt A Black Cat

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Black cats get a bad rap in the feline world, but all those superstitions about black cats being bad luck are just that — silly superstitions. Before you judge a black cat by its fur, consider the benefits of adopting one.

1. Fur Blends in With Black


Showing up covered in fur is a fashion faux pas you don’t want to make. When you adopt a black cat, the black fur blends right in with your favorite little black dress. No one will ever know you curled up with Fluffy before you hit the town. Plus, that sleek black coat gives your new furry friend an elegant look, so she’s already dressed for those black-tie events. For those days you prefer to stay in, pull out your best black sweatshirt so the fur blends in.

2. Look Slimmer

Black is known to be a slimming color. While your cat doesn’t care how thin she looks, it doesn’t hurt to carry her around to soak up some of that slimming power.

3. Brag About Your Mini-Panther


Black cats are like the panthers of the domestic world. They are even nicknamed the parlor panther because they look so much like their wild counterparts. House cats with black fur even have ninja-like qualities. That sleek black fur lets your cat sneak up undetected for playful attacks on furry feather toys.

4. Goes With Everything

Just like your favorite black cardigan, a little black cat goes with everything in your wardrobe and around the house. You never have to worry about your cat clashing with your home furnishings. She’s the lovable, playful accessory that complements everything.

5. Hardest to Adopt out of Shelters, Sweetest of Companions


Black cats are less likely to be adopted than their shelter companions of other fur colors, and they have a higher euthanasia rate. Despite those sad statistics, when you adopt a black cat, you bring home a sweet, loving, playful companion for years to come.Adopting a black cat means one less mini panther stuck in a shelter waiting for a forever home. Check out these two cats who heartily endorse the adoption of a black rescue.

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