October 29th is recognized as National Cat Day. It was developed by Colleen Paige to raise awareness of the yearly need for cat rescue. Cats serve as a gentle reminder that people can change their minds about you at any time. They’ll somehow let you know that their entire universe revolves around you, even when it seems like they’re too busy peering out at passing automobiles, chasing nylon mice, and sending small multi-colored balls to their under-the-refrigerator graves. Simply wait. When you least suspect it, it will occur. Cats follow their own schedule.
Celebration of National Cat Day
What suggestions do you have for commemorating National Cat Day? Adopting a cat is one of the best things you can do! Now is a fantastic time to adopt if you’ve been thinking about it because many shelters and rescues will be hosting special adoption events in honor of this holiday. Even the adoption fee can be waived for you.
It’s okay to give your cat a little extra attention on National Cat Day even if you already have a cat and aren’t interested in getting one. You can indulge your cat by giving him or her a new toy, his or her preferred treat, or just more quality time.
Facts & Sayings for National Cat Day
The American Human Association reports that the most prevalent reason (21%) for giving up a cat is that their place of residence forbids them. 10% of animals that are brought into shelters have undergone spaying or neutering.
The UberKITTENS event is sponsored by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), National Cat Day, I Can Have Cheezburger and Uber. Uber drivers transport kitties to workplaces in the participating states for this event. The event’s main goal is to encourage people to adopt cats from animal shelters because these animals are up for adoption. In the United States, there are reportedly 13,600 animal shelters.
Top Activities and Events for National Cat Day
Take in a cat. Most counties operate neighborhood shelters that collect stray animals or take in animals that have been abandoned or given up. Pick up a new pet by going to your neighborhood shelter. watch a cat-related film. The Aristocrats (1970), African Cats (2011), Garfield (2004), and Puss in Boots are a few of our favorites (2011).
Make a donation to one of the many organizations that aid needy animals, such as the Humane Society or the ASPCA. Toys, pet food, and blankets can all be donated to your neighborhood animal shelter. Spend some time helping out at the animal shelter in your community. The majority of shelters are run by volunteers. Help with walking, feeding, entertaining, and cleaning up after the animals is constantly needed.
Make some homemade cat treats for your animal friend. Several delicious flavors are:
- Cornmeal biscuits with tuna
- biscuits with chicken and chees
- Wheat-bran biscuits with peanut butter
- Salmon-lime cookies
Cats have a lot of fascinating facts. They can hunt other animals and defend themselves from larger predators thanks to their ability to move very quietly. A cat’s maximum vertical leap is six times its height. According to a poll of numerous cat owners, these animals slumber for more than half of their lives. In addition, cats are kept as pets by more than 500 million people globally.
Whatever else, you might think about making a donation to or perhaps volunteering at your neighborhood animal shelter. On websites like Amazon, most animal shelters will offer wish lists where you may see and buy the goods they most urgently require. Of course, a financial contribution is also very helpful. And giving the cats at your neighborhood shelter the love and care they require until they find their forever homes can be done by paying a visit to them! It’s a good idea to consider ways to honor cats in honor of National Cat Day.