Cue the Sarah McLachlan music and start scrolling through sweet images from the Black Dog Project. That's right, we're here to talk about pet adoption. It's long been thought that black dogs and cats are adopted less often than their more colorful critter friends. As a result, many rescues and shelters offer discounts on black animals and run information campaigns about the importance of not passing up pets with black fur. However, research shows this idea isn't as simple as it seems.
When a Black Cat Crosses Your Path ...
So Why Does the Myth Persist?
Written by Kelsey Donk October 14, 2019
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