We read, see or share a lot of stories about people living with exotic animals, sometimes it happened that the rescue and recovery period makes the animal unable to live in the wild.
Maybe, these stories inspire you and make you want to welcome a wild animal into your home. No matter how tame the wild animals are, they have greater behavioral problems than animals bred to be domestic. The people who take care of them are most likely not showing the struggles that go on behind the scenes.
If you want a powerful pet like the real kings of the jungle, you don’t need to go far. Because a simple domestic cat from your local shelter would do. Here are some photos that will show you how much black cats have in common with their distant relatives in the wild.
1. They have fearsome fangs
2. They’re great athletes
3. What they love
4. They look fierce when on the prowl
5. Their Move
6. How they hanging out
7. Sharp weapon
Black cats do not get adopted easily in shelters, as artist Jenny Jinya shared in her viral black cat comics, the relationship between coat color and adoption rates is unclear.
One ASPCA study says, black cats indeed made up 30% of cats euthanized in shelters.But, also an impressive 31% of adoptions show they may be simply among the most common coat colors born to mixed-breed cats and also common who end up in shelters in the first place.
It’s also common for shelters not to allow the adoption of black cats leading up to Halloween, there is a popular belief that black cats are especially desired for ritual sacrifices. According to official reports, is this the reality of this practice or an urban legend is fuzzy.
Some shelters have been dropping the policy in the 21st century, as the modern adoption application and interview process are deterrent enough for people who may have violent intentions.Shelter workers feel more worried about street cats because they can be targets for abuse.
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