Potential owners aren’t just put off by superstitions – now many monochrome moggies wait for adoption because owners think they don’t photograph well
We are by now accustomed to the whims of pet ownership – the post-Potter fashion for owls, the trend for terrapins and labradoodles, each year seemingly bringing a newly desirable beast. Pity the poor creatures, then, who find themselves hopelessly out of vogue.
At your local animal shelter, roughly half of the cats up for adoption will be black or black and white. But black cats, in particular, face difficulty in finding adoption.
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