International Cat Day 2022

International Cat Day 2022

Cats are awesome. They’re the best pets I’ve ever had, and they’re also pretty awesome at being cats. That being said, they deserve better than being hit by cars or going hungry. Don’t believe me? Just take a look at some of these amazing photos of feral cats in India! We can do our part by volunteering at a shelter or helping an organization that feeds feral cats (or both!). Even buying a bag of cat food is helpful because it frees up money for shelters to spend on other things like medical care for their residents

International Cat Day 2022
International Cat Day 2022

Cat lovers, get ready to put on your party hats! August 8 is International Cat Day.

International Cat Day is a celebration of all things feline, from the purrr-fect kitten to your favorite old cat. It’s been around since July 8, 2016 and was created by pet lovers looking to unite their love of cats as well as spread awareness about animal welfare. The theme for this year’s International Cat Day is “Bring Your Cats To Work”, which encourages employees who work in office settings to bring their kitties along with them on the job!

You can celebrate this special day with some fun activities like:

  • Making homemade cat treats (or even better: giving them out)
  • Participating in an interactive event at your local library or bookstore (or wherever else people gather)
  • Writing letters to celebrities asking them why they love their pets so much

This holiday was founded by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and other animal organizations in 2002 to raise awareness of the plight of cats around the world.

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is the largest animal welfare advocacy organization in the world. It was founded in 1969 by Dr. Alex Mutter, a veterinarian who wanted to prevent animals from being abused or neglected by humans. The IFAW has a mission to protect animals and their habitats from abuse through education, legislation and other actions such as lobbying governments on behalf of companion animals.

The organization has headquarters in Yarmouth, Maine; Washington DC; San Francisco CA; New York City NY; Houston TX & Austin TX

Because of human activities, felines now face extinction — and it’s our responsibility to help them.

As a result of human activity, felines now face extinction — and it’s our responsibility to help them.

You might not think about cats as an endangered species, but they are. The American Association for Laboratory Accreditation says that felines make up 62% of the animal population in laboratories around the world. They’re also a source for food for many people: one-third of all meat consumed worldwide comes from farm animals raised primarily for their fur or skin (which includes both pets and livestock).

In addition to being used in testing labs and clothing manufacturing lines, cats often work with firefighters during natural disasters like hurricanes or tornados. If you’re looking for something else to do on Cat Day 2022, consider donating money toward efforts aimed at protecting these furry creatures from extinction

The theme of the day is “Cats Matter,” and the IFAW says that when you hear about issues like cats being hit by cars or going hungry, it all starts with one word: “so?”

The IFAW is the world’s largest feline charity, and its motto is “Innocent Cats.” In other words, cats are important to the ecosystem and people. They’re also a key part of wildlife conservation efforts as well as animal welfare campaigns. On this day in 2022, we’re celebrating all things cat-related: from cute kitten pictures to viral videos of pet owners playing fetch with their feline companions.

The IFAW has been working hard for years to raise awareness about the plight of street cats around the globe—and now more than ever before thanks to social media platforms like YouTube and Instagram. It’s no surprise then that we’ve seen such success with our #CatsMatter campaign on social media; millions of people have joined us in sharing their stories about how much they love their pets!

That’s why every year these organizations come together to publicize the problem and remind people that cats matter.

It’s that time of year again! That’s right, it’s time for us to celebrate the importance of cats. Cats are a huge part of our ecosystem and economy, they’re important to people and the environment, as well as being incredibly cute.

Cats play an important role in our lives as well: they provide companionship, we love looking at their cute faces when we’re bored or stressed out by work (or whatever), and sometimes even help us get through tough times like when we lose our job or get cancer.

Whether they live in your home or outside as feral animals, they’re still part of our world — and they need us to care about them.

Whether they live in your home or outside as feral animals, they’re still part of our world — and they need us to care about them.

Cats are an important part of our ecosystem and help keep rodent populations under control. They also have a positive effect on birds, who sometimes eat small mammals killed by cats. In addition, cats are known to reduce flea infestations by attacking the fleas themselves rather than the eggs or larvae that cause them (this is why you should never use products containing pyrethrins). Finally, there’s evidence that house pets like dogs and cats can relieve stress levels associated with urban living by providing companionship for humans who might otherwise feel alone during stressful times.*

And caring doesn’t just mean spaying or neutering your own pets so they don’t add even more stray animals to the population. It also means making sure that cats have food, clean water and shelter.

If you’ve ever been to a pet store, you know that there are plenty of options for cat food. But what about water? Cats need more than just wet food; they need clean water and shelter from bad weather if they’re going to stay healthy and happy. So, next time you’re at the store picking up some treats for your feline friend (or yourself!), think about making sure he or she has a safe place to go when it gets cold outside!

We can do our part by volunteering at a shelter or helping an organization that feeds feral cats. Even buying a bag of cat food is helpful because it frees up money for shelters to spend on other things like medical care for their residents.

We can also do our part by volunteering at a shelter or helping an organization that feeds feral cats. Even buying a bag of cat food is helpful because it frees up money for shelters to spend on other things like medical care for their residents.

Conclusion

Cats are a part of our lives, whether they live indoors or outside. Their presence is never a nuisance, but rather adds joy to our lives — so why not make a difference in their lives by volunteering at an animal shelter? Or if you can’t get out there yourself, donations are always welcome! The more we all care about these little furballs around us, the better off we’ll be as humans because they’ll be happier too.

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