Keep your pets indoors. Not all mischief on Halloween is in good spirits. Your pets can also get disoriented with the commotion and costumes. This could lead them to run off. Keep your animals inside and provide them with a calm quiet space for your animals.
These maybe some health benefits to your feline companion as well. Early exposure to cats can reduce the likelihood of asthma and may help the immune system of kids. Even adults can benefit from cats, as owning a cat may make you 30% less likely to die of heart disease. While it is unclear as to why this is the case, worst case scenario would be that you have a loving companion.
If you are interested in fostering or adopting a cat visit Galveston County Health District Animal Resource Center . Remember that a cat is a gift to your life, but it is also a long term commitment to care and love of the animal. If you do want to adopt, why not consider a black cat? Adoption rates for black cats are lower than any other cat.
The adoption rates maybe lower due to superstitions. Black cat’s association with bad luck is widely circulated. The relation may come from the black cat associated with Halloween from Celtic tales of Cat Sìth. This black cat roamed Halloween nights and if milk was put out for him he would bless your home. Maybe black cats are only bad fortune to those that are unkind to them. Though most cats are lactose intolerant, so maybe treats are a better idea.