Black Cat Holidays

Black Cat Holidays – National Black Cat Appreciation Day & Black Cat Day – a day to appreciation black cats. #BlackCats #BlackCatApprecationDay

National Black Cat Appreciation Day

My name is Joel the Brave as you know, I am a black cat! That is why I want to share about Black Cat Appreciation Day which is held annually August 17 and National Black Cat day held annually on October 27.

Photo Credit: Heather Patterson

Black cats often get back reps and superstitions too. But there are a lot of facts about black cats you might want to check out.

Black cats are also the cat that is the least to be adopted. Not to mention, usually the most euthanized cat. So why not go adopt one today!

National Black Cat Day

Now Regular National Black Cat Day is held annually on October 27, just 4 days before Halloween (October 31). This day is to help raise awareness of homeless black cats.

Black Cat Month

October is Black Cat Month.

Often Black cats can’t be adopted in October due to fear of them being used for Satanic purposes or Halloween props.

First published August 15, 2018. Last updated or republished October 27, 2019.

About the Author

Author: Joel the Brave

Prr. I am a boy black cat that lives in Tennessee with my hoomans, Ms. Heather and Mr. Steve. I have a sissy cat, Lillybug. I hope to be a firefighter when I grow big. I am part of 2 Cats and a Blog that now blogs on Courageous Christian Father.

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