International Cat Day History
International Cat Day celebrates the domesticated feline. Cats have been known to reduce stress levels and lower risk of heart disease. According to the American Pet Products Association, about 42 million households own a cat. This day is typically celebrated by being affectionate to your cat, giving it treats, or by donating to local cat shelters.
International Cat Day was created in 2002 by the International Fund for Animal Welfare. It is observed annually on August 8th.
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