Sunday, November 17, was National Black Cat Day and our Junior Volunteers recognized this occasion by providing their love and attention to our feline friends. Black cats are often the last to be adopted in shelters, probably because of all the superstitions and labels like “bad luck.” So our Junior Volunteers wanted to help dispel the stereotype and use their photographic skills to take better pictures of our cats. These pictures help adopters see the lighter side of our black cats. They are loving animals and deserve to get adopted just as any other dog or cat. If you’re interested in providing a home to one of our fancy, good-looking, and charming black cats, we have quite a few to choose from. Amanda, for example, is shown below and patiently waiting for her new family. Please come have a look!