posted Nov 6, 2011, 9:34 AM by Lynne Davy
updated Nov 6, 2011, 9:35 AM by Morgan Peters
We're the black
cats of RCHS, and we have a few things to say. It has come to our
attention that in the US, black cats have a bad reputation. And oh, that is so
wrong! Here are just a few reasons why you
should adopt a black cat:
- Black cats are loving. Look, we know our reputation--scary. We've seen the illustrations--skinny cats with nasty long teeth. And we're nothing like that. We'll go overboard to be as affectionate and loving as any fluffy white, pink-nosed bunny kitty could be, and you get all the other benefits too.
goes with everything. It's true. You know it; we know it. You've got your black
power suit on, your white cat jumps on your lap, it's all over. But if your
black cat wants a little love and affection, no harm done--your look is only
enhanced! In fact, it looks like a mohair suit!
is beautiful. There's the deep, auburn shaded black, the blue black, the black
with tiny white highlights here and there, the sleek black, the fluffy black,
the black with bunny-soft fur, the black with yellow eyes, the black with green
eyes, the black with grey eyes...Well, you get the picture. There are as many
different kinds of black cats as there are cats! Black cats are the Rolls Royce
of cats. We're always in style. We are the premier cat!
cats have more fun. We black cats are fun-loving, playful, full of spark and
energy. We have to be to make up for this image we somehow got as dull and
dreary. We're like the sun streaming in a window on a rainy day; we're like the
circus coming to town; we're just plain fantastic. We are the epitome of a
cats make great decorator cats. We are totally willing to pose on gold velvet,
white velvet, pink velvet, or your sofa cushion to add taste and beauty to any
room of your home. We'll perch on the brocade chair; we'll sleep on the rug;
we'll curl in the middle of the bed. You name it, we're willing to go to great
lengths to help you make your home beautiful. We're that kind of cat.
please consider our brother and sister black cats when you're looking for a new
fur friend. Remember our motto: Blacker, not slacker. We go the extra mile to