National Cat Day. Another man made holiday for cats. Actually this is to raise awareness for homeless cats and for people to adopt a cat. I am a cat person all the way.
National Cat Day
This day was founded as a way to bring awareness to the number of homeless cats in 2005. National Cat Day, celebrated on October 29th, every year in the United States. The day is supported by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, a nonprofit organization which also works to encourage pet adoption. Here are some other cat days. International Cat Day, August 8th,created in 2002 by the International Fund for Animal Welfare. World Cat Day, celebrated on 17 February in much of Europe and on 1 March in Russia.
Missy was a black cat that use to live with my daughter and I. We had to give her up because of where we moved one time. But, she went to a great home. Missy was a solid black long-haired cat. At the end of her life, she was on dialysis. She later died. She was living with a blind woman would really loved Missy.
Lilly Bug is my current cat that I have. She is a calico cat. She was adopted by myself at the local Jefferson County Animal Shelter. I have always loved calico cats. I knew I had to have her, when I first saw her.
Joel the Brave
Joel the Brave is a very young kitten at the time of this blog post. He belongs to Heather of SimplySpokn. Joel the Brave, don’t leave the Brave part out, is a very playful and active black cat. He is a very loving and cuddling kitten.
2 Cats and a Blog
Together, Lilly Bug and Joel the Brave do a blog called 2 Cats and a Blog. They blog about all things Cat and their adventures. They are just staring and can only get on to blog when their hoomans are away and sneak on our tablets or computers.
First Published October 18, 2017. Last updated or republished October 28, 2019.