Today is International Cat Day! Where to celebrate, adopt a new furry friend.

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Today is International Cat Day! Where to celebrate, adopt a new furry friend.

Cat lovers, do you know that today is International Cat Day? It’s the best day to give your independent companion a special gift or toy.

In observance of International Cat Day, we thought we’d give you the lowdown on why cats make excellent pets, the history of their particular day, and some recommendations on where to go. get a cat if you don’t have one.

 

Today is International Cat Day! Where to celebrate, adopt a new furry friend.
Today is International Cat Day! Where to celebrate, adopt a new furry friend.

For instance, at the Mesilla Valley Animal Services center in Las Cruces, Tom is shining a spotlight on a kitten named Bailey who would love some cuddles.

Here’s more about International Cat Day.

When is International Cat Day 2023?

Today is International Cat Day! Where to celebrate, adopt a new furry friend.
Today is International Cat Day! Where to celebrate, adopt a new furry friend.

Every year on August 8, people worldwide celebrate International Cat Day.

What is International Cat Day?

International Cat Day is a festival created by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) in 2002 to raise awareness about cats, spread knowledge about ways to help and protect them.

Five Reasons Why Cats Make Great Pets

1. They’re great apartment pets. They don’t need a yard to go to the bathroom.
2. They’re excellent hunters. When a cat guards your property, scary creatures like venomous snakes and pesky bugs like mice don’t stand a chance.
3. They’re low-maintenance. You don’t need to take them out daily or spend hours playing with them to keep them happy and well-behaved.
4. They can be cost-effective compared to other pets. Cats mostly take care of themselves, needing help only when they’re very young or elderly, dealing with their daily beauty sessions.
5. They’re independent. Cats frequently move in accordance with their own rhythm. They don’t need people, but when you need them, they’ll be there for you. They can entertain themselves and mostly won’t constantly demand your attention.”

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