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Reasons to Adopt a Cat

June 01, 2020

Did you know that June is Adopt A Cat Month? Of course, there’s no bad time to adopt a kitty. That said, this is definitely one cause that we’re happy to support. Read on as a local Greater Cincinnati vet lists some ‘purrfect’ reasons to consider adopting Fluffy.

It’s Been A Rough Year

We don’t have to tell you that this year has been very difficult. At times like this, it’s important to focus on the positive. (Or, in this case, pawsitive.) Our feline friends definitely bring a lot of love and laughter into our homes. That may be just what the doctor ordered!

Everyone Needs A Second Chance

We’ve seen both the best and worst in people lately. One example of the best is the fact that many kennels were emptied when the pandemic began to spread, as people decided to adopt pets. However, there are still many sweet, lovable cats stuck in shelters. These cute furballs aren’t there through any fault of their own. In fact, they really want nothing more than for someone to adopt them and offer them love, lap space, and perhaps some catnip.

Unconditional Love

Cats have a wonderful capacity for offering unconditional love and friendship. That isn’t something to take lightly. In this day and age, pets often outlast jobs, friendships, relationships, and even marriages. Plus, kitties tend to be extremely loving and grateful to those who have helped them. Complete devotion, endless cuddles and purrs, and unwavering friendship are precious gifts!


There are many reasons to love kitties, but one of the best things about them is the way they keep us laughing. Having a four-legged comedian around is great for the soul!


One of the best things about our feline pals is the way they are always ready to offer comfort and cuddles on bad days. In a stressful year, sometimes an animal’s love is a true lifeline, and something that can really help people.

A Rewarding Experience

Giving an animal a loving home is a very rewarding experience, and one you may find very fulfilling. It’s a very special thing to watch a cute feline blossom and grow with love and good care.

Please contact us, your Greater Cincinnati vet clinic, if there is ever any way we can be of assistance. We’re dedicated to helping keep our community’s pets happy and healthy.

Posted in Cat Care, General

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