Black Cats Rule at Selfies
Black cats don’t have an easy time when it comes to getting adopted out of shelters. Data from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) shows that nearly 70 percent of the cats in its U.K. shelters are either purely black or black and white.
The organization recently told the Telegraph that the rise in the number of black cats at animal shelters could be due to the fact that black cats don’t “photograph as well” as other cats of a different color.
And in this age of photo sharing and posting selfies on social media, that may be hurting a black cat’s chance of finding a loving home.
But we want to debunk the myth that black cats can’t take good photos. In fact, black cats can rock it just as hard in front of the camera as ginger, gray, white and spotted felines. Here are 10 photos that prove black cats take amazing selfies.
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