Since this is Halloween week, I want to take a moment to honor the beautiful black cat. Disregard any person that tries to tell you that black cats are bad luck because that just breaks my heart. In fact, many shelters won’t even adopt black cats out during the month of October because of the threat to the innocent cat’s well-being. I’m also told that black dogs are the last to be adopted as well. Well, I’m here to tell you that honoring our daughter’s request to rescue a black cat from the shelter 1 1/2 years ago has been nothing short of wonderful.
So in honor of our sweet black beauty, Lucy and because she (not by choice) is symbolic of Halloween and we are now in Halloween week, here are a few pictures that demonstrate just how lovely, sweet and fun our little Lucy has been for our family. This Halloween celebrate the black cats and dogs that don’t deserve to be negatively looked upon, when in actuality, their black fur is super stunning. This is something that I hadn’t noticed until our girl chose Lucy girl, the sweet black cat with the super shiny coat. Take a look and email us pictures of your dark dog and/or black cat. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is our Lucy in her pretty pictures. First a baby picture of her when she first came home with my girl…
Lounging Lucy. She sleeps with our daughter faithfully every night.
And Miss Lucy sure is a good sport….just look what she lets her human do to her….
And she does all this willingly because she knows that she is one black cat that is very loved…
And we love our Lucy. So whether you see the pretty pink in the picture or are focused on the black….consider adopting a black cat or dog the next time you want to rescue an animal because I’m here to tell you that our black cat is nothing short of fun, magic and love (shame on people who say these innocent animals are bad luck) and just look how pretty she grew up to be….
Our lovely Lucy reminds us that black cats (and dogs) are quite special and deserve to be loved. And my favorite Lucy moment (I know there are many more to come), but this is mine, so I will close with this last Lucy picture….
Happy Halloween and remember to celebrate the cute, cuddly and beautiful black cat.