Black cats bring nothing but sunshine and good luck into our lives.
There is a very sick and upsetting myth about black cats. It’s that they bring bad luck into our lives. Can you believe this thing *eye roll*?
If you ask us, it’s nothing but a superstition that everyone must stop believing RN! C’mon, it’s already 2021. If you are still believing that a black cat’s crossing your path means bad luck, you need a life.
To help you get rid of this superstition, here are 21 happy black cat pictures that will make your day <3
“My twin black cats that like to sleep mirrored got into this position last night.”
“I love him.”
“Just a few of Jiji’s many faces.”
“Margot! She’s small, sweet, and delightfully weird.”
“I posted about my friend finding an abandoned newborn a few weeks ago, here’s an update: He is THRIVING & almost too cute to comprehend.”
“My cat is finally sitting on the sofa I crocheted for her.”
I am sure of it.
“I’m waiting to bloom.”
“He has extreme concerns when I shower.”
“This hardware store has a black cat that apparently just waltzed in and never left. They call him ’Blacky’.”
“Thought I got a kitten, got a friendly demon instead.”
“I thought angels were meant to go on top of Christmas trees, not under them.”
“Nero sits so elegantly, he’s like an ornament.”
“I adopted this loaf 2 months ago! She still loves to rest her head on my hand.”
“He doesn’t belong to me, but he frequently visits my apartment, sits purring for a few hours, and then asks to leave. He seems to do this to everyone in the apartment complex. He is a public cat.”
“He’s nervous for his date.”
“Just had to adopt this sweetie after hearing she was at the shelter the longest. I love her to death!”
“My other co-worker for the next 3 weeks. She has no regard for social distancing.”
“My wife said she was making tacos for dinner and before I could blink, Obsidian pops out with lightning speed.”
“Blackie was abandoned by his family right before Christmas. We took him in. Here he is hugging all of his presents at once.”
“Jasper and Neil were a little dramatic about their recent vet visit.”