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National Kitten Day, 8 Ways to Celebrate

Thunder and Storm

Introducing Thunder, a black and white male kitten, and Storm, a tiger-striped and white female kitten, both aged 1 year - my beloved feline companions! They came into my life in unique ways, and I wouldn't trade that for anything in the world.

During last summer's vacation, I had extra time to browse Facebook and reconnect with friends. One of my acquaintances from the rescue community consistently shared adorable photos of a small black and white kitten, which inexplicably captured my heart. While still on vacation, I completed the adoption application and brought him home on the day of our return.

Storm arrived at the hospital in critical condition with a severe head injury, and the owner intended to euthanize her. I convinced them to let me take care of her and give her a chance. With a combination of tender loving care and physical therapy, Storm made a full recovery.

Thunder and Storm are extremely close and always together.

When is National Kitten Day?

Every year on July 10th, National Kitten Day is observed. It presents an excellent opportunity to express gratitude for cats and kittens of various shapes, sizes, and breeds. Regardless of whether you adore cats or not, this occasion is a great way to honor our beloved feline companions. Remember to mark your calendars for July 10th as National Kitten Day is celebrated annually!

History of National Kitten Day

National Kitten Day was established in 2013 by animal welfare advocate Colleen Paige. Since then, it has been observed every year on July 10th, offering cat enthusiasts worldwide a wonderful chance to express their love for cats and kittens.

We would be very grateful if you could share some of your cat photos or memes in the comments section, along with stories about how your Kittens became part of your lives.

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