Pet Adoption | Dagen Dispells Black Cat Myths

Black Cats -

We've all heard myths about black cats being bad luck, and truth be told, those stories are probably responsible for making them the least likely to be adopted from a shelter. But did you know that in some countries, black cats are thought to bring people good luck? In parts of Great Britain, giving a black cat as a wedding gift is thought to bestow happiness and good luck on the bride. In Japan, owning a black cat as a single woman is thought to bring more suitors. In Scotland, black cats are thought to gift their owners with prosperity.

And here in Aransas County, black cats bring you love, companionship, and a lifetime of entertainment. Dagen here is in a foster home learning quickly that being a black kitty means lots of playing, petting, eating and snoozing in addition to running his purr motor non-stop. Consider adopting Dagen or any of the sweet black cats at Aransas County Animal Control - you can save a life

Please call Animal Control of Aransas County at: 361-790-0151 for an appointment.

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