It’s tough to be a black cat. The superstition that surrounds them might seem trivial, but studies show they’re actually adopted less frequently than kitties who sport other colors on their coats. Around Halloween, especially, if cats could groan, you’d be hearing a big collective one from our …read more

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Here’s Why We Think Black Cats Are Bad Luck 18 July,2016KQED Pop



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