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Befriending black cats

They’re hard to spot in the dark, but there’s no reason to fear them – black cats are no different than any other furred feline. In fact, they get bad press based on myth alone, and that seems to make it more difficult to find good homes for them.
Yet the black-as-night creatures have a friend indeed. The organization is called Black Cat Rescue, and they have a substantial following on their website,
Black Cat Rescue is a no-kill cat rescue organization in Boston,  Mass. Their all-volunteer network of foster homes in the Greater Boston area is “dedicated to saving the lives of homeless black cats and kittens by providing quality foster care while actively seeking loving,  permanent adoptive homes.”

Through the generous nature of these cat caregivers, the placement of black cats in loving homes in at least one locale is made easier.



a little off-center, but full of good intentions

2 thoughts on “Befriending black cats

    1. Hmm, that’s new to me. Maybe that’s why our white and black spotted cat is frequently in trouble… 🙂

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