10 Reasons Why Superstitions About Black Cats Are Fake
There are many superstitions associated with cats, partly because the cat has lived alongside humans for many millennia. As superstitions go, fear of a black cat crossing one's path is of relatively recent origin. Often, when a black cat crosses your path, you think that you'll have bad day while the cat has no idea how "unlucky" you become when you meet him. Besides black cats play a major role in folklore, superstition, and mythology. Black cats in the middle ages were believed to be witches' familiars. Poor black cats! Shelter workers say they are the last to be adopted and the first to be euthanized. But doesn't it look like a cat racism? And are black cats really as black as they are described? Check out 10 reasons why black cats should be the first to be adopted!