North Dakota: Do You Have Room in Your Home & Heart for this Adorable Mini-Panther?
We all know that black cats are viewed by many as bad luck. That's nonsense! In many countries and cultures, black cats are a symbol of good luck.
This superstition is a curse to these beautiful, sleek animals as they are the last ones to be adopted and sometimes subject to abuse, especially around Halloween.
Let's reverse the curse. Black cats can be lucky too. I have 3 mini-panthers at home; Tiny, Blackie and recent rescue Salem.
I'd like to tell you about ARRR Rescue and Retirement Ranch's Cat of the Week - Myrtle!
She is the cutest kitten! She isn't even six months old yet. Myrtle has a sleek midnight coat and harvest moon eyes that would make her purfect addition to your family this season.
This little miss has grown up in ARRR's shelter. Her littermates have all been adopted, leaving little Myrtle behind.
Myrtle is quite playful at this stage of her young life, although she does have cuddling tendencies. She is spayed and current on vaccinations; all she needs now is a loving home. If you have room in your home and in your heart, please adopt Myrtle or another ARRR cat.
You can meet Myrtle at the Pitching for Paws Softball Tournament this Saturday afternoon at Western Star Complex in Williston, or contact ARRR anytime.
ARRR Cat of the Week, Myrtle, Sept 20
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