Every Day Should Be Caturday!

1. Cats Make Us Smile

Whether it’s watching funny videos of cats being silly or laughing at your kitten trying to catch falling drips from a tap, kitties never fail to raise a smile.

2. They Make Us Feel Less Stressed

Is there anything more comforting than a purring cat on your lap? Cats make us feel less stressed. Petting a friendly kitty when you’re feeling anxious can be soothing and calming.

3. Cats Make Great Companions

Your cat will always be there for you, no matter what. Whenever you have a bad day, you know your cat will be there to cheer you up.

4. They Teach Us Responsibility

Taking good care of your cat means being responsible. There’s the litter tray to be cleaned, fur to brush, bowls to be filled with food and fresh water, and, of course, LOTS of love to give. Caring for an animal gives your day structure and purpose, which is important, especially if you have low moods or are feeling depressed. To read more about depression, click here.

5. Cats Give Unconditional Love

Cats have an uncanny knack of knowing when you’re feeling upset or down and they try to make you feel better with a gentle nuzzle and a purr. There’s nothing like the love of a pet.

6. They’re Good Listeners

If you find it difficult to talk to people, try talking to your cat. You can offload all your worries and woes to a cat without any judgement. Opening up about your feelings can help you feel less anxious so try chatting to your cat today and see if it makes you feel better.

7. Cats Are Good For Your Health

Truly! They lower your stress levels, and they make you feel less anxious and happier. The result? You’ll have a healthier heart! Cats give you better mental and physical health! 

8. They Can Help You Sleep

Is snoozing a struggle for you? Try sleeping with your cat! Snuggle up with the comfort of a purring kitty and you’ll soon feel your eyelids grow heavy…

9. Cats Make You Feel Less Lonely

It’s almost impossible to feel alone when you have a cat by your side. Having a pet makes you feel needed, wanted, and loved.

10. And finally…

Because science says so! According to this survey, kids who have a strong bond with their cats have a better quality of life. They feel less sad and alone, and fitter and healthier! To find out more about why animals are good for your mental health, click here.


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