All Hail Your Royal Meow-ness! Respect Your Cat Day is March 28th!

There are over 500 million domesticated cats all around the globe. Now that’s a lot of fur! Well, today is dedicated to appreciating those feline friends of the world. As if we needed an official day to celebrate and show our love for our favorite kittens, but let’s take this opportunity to shower them with goodies and cuddles anyway. After all, cats make the perfect sidekicks and companions, don’t they?

 

Here are a few fun things that you could do for your cat(s) today that could brighten up their day:

 

1. Take some time to nap with your kitty

 

 

Gotta get my cutie rest
                      Gotta get my cutie rest

 

 

2. Treat them with something yummy

 

 

Break the routine of the everyday and treat the cat to something delicious!
Break the routine of the everyday and treat the cat to something delicious!

 

 

3. Cuddle time!!

 

 

this could be you!
This could be you!

 

 

4. Play with toys together

 

 

I has the string, I happy.
I has the string, I happy.

 

 

5. Give them a little feline spa treatment (or you could just, y’know, groom them)

 

 

I could get used to this.
I could get used to this.

 

 

6. And best of all… LASER POINTERS!

 

 

Surrender, orb of misery!

 

 

Cats are notoriously sassy and independent, yet lovable and loyal to their pet parents. We may sometimes think that they hate us, or are possibly silently plotting to take over the world, but we all know that deep down inside, they love us more than they love catnip. (Okay, maybe that’s going too far…)

 

Catfood

Fish please!

 

If you don’t have a cat to spoil with goodies today, why not take a short drive down to the nearest animal shelter and show some love for the cats of your neighborhood that don’t have a home or a parent to spend the day with. Go ahead and do it right meow!

 

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