I’m led to believe by the RSPCA that cats with black and white markings are the least popular cats for adoption. As a black and whitey myself this makes me sad and confused. Who makes a bond and connection by colour? I don’t get it.
I’m also confused by another unpopular adoption choice. Chatta a chimp who was rescued and lives at Monkey World in Dorset. She is a “low ranking female” and the least popular chimp for adoption (we have adopted her of course).
Sharing love and affection and kindness shouldn’t be a beauty contest. Not one influenced by black and white or gender or status.
Why not show Chatta or a black and white cat that you care.
Share some love and not just on Valentines day.
I got a bit too curious a while ago (a long story that I’ll share another time).
As you can see I made it home. But on this special day of love I’d like to send out a big thank you to all of the people in the area who were kind enough to search for me.
Curious Monty xxx
Not all cats are as affectionate as me. I had a rough start. Abandoned along with my brother Felix. I feel no love for those people that abandoned us, or for anyone who does that to any other creature. But I do feel love for the people from the RSPCA who rescued me.
I feel love for Clive and Linsey who took me and Felix in. Felix still lives with them.
And on this Valentines day eve I am happy to say that I have deep love for my current people Elaine and Graham, and for my godmother Virginia, and my sometimes feeder and playmate Linda.
Purrs and cat licks to you all.