In the human world, black people still face discrimination. Unfortunately in the feline world, black cats also face just as much discrimination as people still believe that black cats must somehow be unlucky. The UK’s Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals even estimates that around 70% of cats in its care at any one time are black, or black and white.

Just as you shouldn’t discriminate against people because of the color of their skin, so you should’ discriminate against animals based on the color of their fur. Black cats can be just as loving as any other cat, so if you’re looking for a cat to adopt, look at black cats. You may find that black cats can be smarter than many humans you may encounter on a daily basis.

To read more about the discrimination black cats face in the feline world, click here.

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