Young Lenore the female black cat is our B101.7 Pet of the Week with the Humane Society of West Alabama.
The story is presented as a using an . He is a condemned man at the outset of the story. The narrator tells us that from an early age he has loved animals. He and his wife have many pets, including a large, beautiful black cat (as described by the narrator) named Pluto. This cat is especially fond of the narrator and vice versa. Their mutual friendship lasts for several years, until the narrator becomes an . One night, after coming home completely intoxicated, he believes the cat to be avoiding him. When he tries to seize it, the panicked cat bites the narrator, and in a fit of rage, he seizes the animal, pulls a from his pocket, and deliberately gouges out the cat's eye.
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For many years, I have volunteered my time and my home, as a for local Humane Societies and Pet Rescues. About 15 years ago, when I received a call to foster a lonely, little kitten with a severe upper respiratory infection, I of course, took on the job. As soon as I saw him, I knew that Batman would not be returning to the shelter. He was my “foster” who immediately warmed my heart. I fell in love with him on sight. And so began his new adventure as my new black cat.Give the raven-coated feline in your life a squeeze because it’s Black Cat Appreciation Day! Every year on this day, animal-lovers celebrate these special kitties and spread awareness about what great pets black cats can make.Similar myths were propagated in America, based on the religious ideals of Pilgrims. Black cats were deemed evil -- so much so that anyone caught with one would be severely punished, or killed, under suspect of being a witch. Though these ideals have long since faded, they are perpetuated by folk tales like and (which feature supernatural black cats disguised as demons) and commercialized as companions of Halloween moons. Some shelters go so far as to of black cats in October “But a vast swath of researchers and adoption workers maintain that the issue is both prevalent and real. “For whatever reason, black animals don’t catch people's attention as much," Humane Society worker Tyler Stover told a . His shelter has gone to great lengths to mitigate the problem, offering black pets at 50% discounts, and even giving them away for free on Black Friday.Here at the ASPCA, it’s no surprise we love black cats, but because of outdated—and incorrect—myths and superstitions, they have long been unfairly linked to bad luck. But the truth is, while black cats get a bad rap, they’re just as sweet and loveable as the next feline! In fact, in many cultures black cats are considered a prized pet. In places like Japan and the British Isles, they’ve even been thought to bring their pet parents good luck.Black pets are ultimately part of a larger : between 3 and 4 million cats and dogs are euthanized each year in the U.S. -- nearly 50% of all sheltered animals.