Published by PETA.

No one knows how some superstitions get started, but everyone knows that some are just plain wrong. Whoever thought that black cats are bad luck never met these felines. Can you guess what they all have in common?

Licorice Needs a New Home

Black cat on leash

Black Cat Stretching

Wiz the Black Cat

Black Cat on Leash

Black Cat

Back Cat

Bella the Black Cat

Black Cat

Licorice being petted

Beau the Black Cat
Wiz the Black Cat

Cute Black Cat

If you guessed that all these cats are lucky because they were adopted and found permanent homes … ding, ding, ding! You’re correct! These sweet cats will thankfully never know what it’s like to spend the night outside, cold and lonely, risking being hit by cars, never being treated for their illnesses, and enduring other horrors.

Are you ready to make a black (or any color!) cat lucky? Perhaps it’s time to go to your local shelter and find one you can make a part of your family. You may find out that the lucky one will actually be you!

To help end homelessness and suffering among vulnerable black cats, PETA’s SNIP (Spay and Neuter Immediately, Please!) program is offering free spay/neuter surgeries for them this Halloween. The easiest way to support this vital lifesaving work is by becoming a SNIP sponsor today.

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