Black cats have many meanings in different cultures, but in the West, they are usually connected with darkness, bad faith, and death. Artist Jenny Jenny, on the other hand, wants to change that. The hue of the skin has no bearing on this.
He made a comic about the life of a black cat not long ago. Jenny decided to develop a sequel since it went viral so quickly.
Many posters and infographics featuring statistics about various animals, such as abandoned or abused animals, are available.
Many people are aware of the issue, but such knowledge is rapidly forgotten. Animals have the ability to share their storey. I’m hoping that by doing so, I’ll be able to raise awareness.
Fortunately, things are improving. Let’s get started. Although several organisations have observed that black adult cats spend more time on the permanent adoption floor than their colour counterparts (e.g., the Human Society for Southwest Washington and the Cat Adoption Team in Sherwood), The establishment is gone, but Halloween-related violence is becoming a folklore. It is a genuine danger to the cats.
Deborah Wood, Washington County Animal Services Manager, told Oregon, “We certainly have no hesitation with adopting black cats on Halloween.”
People seek safety for black cats, he claims, because they believe the unattractive locations around them will be difficult for them to obtain.
Furthermore, the new home, which is standard procedure at animal shelters, requires identification and an interview with a shelter employee before a pet can be adopted.
People really liked both of these stripes