Halloween is full of lots of fun superstition. Kids dress as ghouls and goblins..and super hero’s..peanut butter sandwiches and pretty much everything else fun. Going house to house asking for a Trick or Treat, of course, that might be different this year with Covid-19. But the thing most people don’t think about is the safety of black cats.
Black cats are at high risk during Halloween. An old superstition says that it is bad luck to have a black cat cross your path. Though my black cat has brought me nothing but love, and I think that is pretty lucky, not everyone feels the same way at this time of year.
Black cats are at high risk of being stolen or even killed. This is a very sad reality and nothing that we like to talk about. However, if you have a black cat, make sure that your Puss-in-Boots stay safe and keep him or her indoors during the week of Halloween.
This is a great time of year to adopt a black cat and keep them safe.