One of the few silver linings of this pandemic has been that pet adoptions and fosters have increased tremendously while people are staying home, in some cases, even clearing out some shelters. But even with increased adoptions, there are still plenty of cats waiting for their forever homes. June is traditionally Adopt-a-Cat Month. While shelters in some states are slowly reopening and starting in person adoptions again, others are still only doing virtual adoptions. Check with your local shelter if you’re thinking about adopting, but don’t let the idea of adopting a cat virtually stop you from considering it. Visit The Verge for a comprehensive article about how to adopt a pet virtually and safely. For more on virtual adoptions, read our recent feature about how one Washington DC area based rescue group successfully handles contactless adoptions.
If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Sunday, we discussed the benefits of having an occasional meltdown, on Monday, we explored whether cats can be taught to be lap cats, on Tuesday, we reviewed the Magical Meownicorn Tunnel, on Wednesday, we shared a memory of the time when Ruby fell off the refrigerator, on Thursday, we reviewed the AirMax 8L air purifier from Okaysou, and on Friday, we reviewed the upcoming How to Take Awesome Photos of Cats.
Who needs a human to turn on the faucet when you can figure out how to operate the water cooler!
Have a great weekend!