Cats are the cuddliest pets to have in a household and if you are looking to adopt a feline, why not get a black one? Black cats are equally cuddly and friendly but are not everyone’s favorite when it comes to taking home. They are likely to spend their lives in animal shelters. Reasons may range from superstitious beliefs to black looks no good when photographed! However, there are many good reasons to adopt a black cat.
Mini black panthers
Black cats are famously referred to as mini black panthers. They do look so strikingly majestic. Only a black cat manages to look like it totally belongs to the mighty panther family. Black panther is once again popularised recently on the big screens. Everyone remembers the black panther from the Mogli series too. You may consider naming your new cat Bagheera, Shadow Mist, or Dark knight. These cool names definitely go with a black cat.
Black is beautiful
If you’ve seen a deep black cat with green or blue eyes, you’d agree that they are beyond beautiful! They are not just black but can be found in many shades such as greenish-black, grey-black, jet black, tan or brownish-black. Imagine the different shades of eye colors that pop on these black beauties! Black cats are cute and they are always smartly turned up like gentlemen!
Due to their black coat, they have natural camouflage, which helps them survive in the wild or escape from attacks. This has enabled them to evolve as stronger and healthier felines. Studies show that black cats are less prone to diseases and survive longer.
Since social media allows everyone to express their personality through pictures and videos, most people avoid having black cats because the photos don’t turn out well. But there are many photographers who capture black cats brilliantly using their skills. You just need to find a new perspective to capture the shots. Think of this as a challenge and use your imagination.
If you are hesitating, simply because you believe that black cats are bad luck, then you must also know that black cats symbolize luck in many households. They are also considered to keep people safe in some cultures.