National Kitten Day 2024 – Wednesday, July 10

National Kitten Day 2024 – Wednesday, July 10! Kittens are beloved household pets all around the world. They seem to be as adorable as a button, tiny and petite, with incredibly silky fur and a charming appearance. It’s only natural that an entire day has been dedicated to celebrating them so that they remain safe and are not mistreated in any way. Every year on July 10, National Kitten Day is honored. We can’t get enough of their charming and fluffy charms.

Interestingly, Americans appear to prefer cats and kittens: the American Humane Society reports that 95.6 million of cats were adopted across households, whereas 83.3 million homes owned a dog. And there is nothing terrible about having dogs, however, a little kitten is impossible to resist! So come celebrate National Kitten Day with us on July 10th!

When did National Kitten Day Begin? 

National Kitten Day had its first observation back in 2012. Originally commemorated twice during December, it was eventually moved to July 10.

Who Founded National Kitten Day?

Colleen Paige, an animal lover, author, and specialist at Pet and Family Lifestyle, founded National Kitten Day.

When is National Kitten Day 2023 USA?

Wednesday, July 10 is the official celebration date of Happy National Kitten Day 2023 in the United States.

National Kitten Day 2024
National Kitten Day 2024

Brief Illustration of National Kitten Day

National Kitten Day: Overview

Name of Day National Kitten Day
Created By Colleen Paige
Observed On 10th of July
Significance To celebrate the magic of kittens and show how much joy they bring to people’s lives.
Celebration Location US and other interested countries!

History Of National Kitten Day

Cats appear to be a complex and certainly mysteriously graceful animal mystery, and most among humankind seem to bear completely captivated by them. As per scientists, cats have been coexisting with humans for over 12,000 years. We don’t know exact ideas regarding when cats were domesticated, particularly because the carcasses of wild cats and the ones bred in captivity cats unearthed at archaeological sites seem quite identical. Nonetheless, the major portion of evidence demonstrates that cats were domesticated well over 8,000 years ago.

As if cats weren’t already incredibly adorable, they’re much cuter than kittens! Most of us just feel like holding and hugging these sweet tiny infants, and when they begin purring, we can’t help but go aww!  During National Kitten Day, we indulge and cherish our furry friends. National Pet Day was founded by animal champion and pet specialist Colleen Paige. National Kitten Day happens to provide an excellent chance for neglected kittens to find loving homes.

While most adopted kittens are likely to receive special treatment today, plenty more will not. National Kitten Day serves as an outreach initiative to save these infants and provide them the affection they are in need of, whether they are abandoned in shelters, on roadsides, or perhaps in the wilderness.

Cute Kitten
Cute Kitten

How to Celebrate National Kitten Day

  1. Get a kitty!

In case it’s not possible for you to adopt a kitten and devote time to being a kitty mom or dad for a furry friend, you may foster kittens. Feral kittens require human interaction prior to getting adopted, and being with a loving human is far more enjoyable than languishing at a pound prior to actually finding their ‘forever family.’ Therefore, if you are unable to start adopting, assist in the adoption process, and perhaps a kitten will wind up sticking with you along the way!

  1. Assist kittens at the ASPCA by volunteering.

The ASPCA is always looking for volunteers to help socialize stray kittens! Human exposure benefits the kittens and renders them more desirable because they are less scared of humans. Interacting with kittens is enjoyable in addition to being beneficial to the kitten.

  1. Host an Uber Kitten Delivery

ensure your boss or life partner is cool with kittens showing up at your house once per year, since Uber only transports adorable kittens once every year. It will not only help you to have a good time, but one of them may end up stuck with you. Furthermore, the $30 “snuggle fee” benefits regional shelters, which is the smartest way to do well whilst feeling fantastic!

  1. Make Some Donation

Have some extra cash? Spend some time researching animal advocacy groups which would appreciate some contributions. Choose a national organization such as the Humane Society or a local or state agency. Contributions to pet shelters and clinics could also be encouraged.

  1. Celebrate on Social Media

This National Kitten Day, throw your kitten in the limelight by posting movies and photos with your Instagram and Facebook connections. Add suitable hashtags, such as #NationalKittenDay, to ensure that more feline enthusiasts notice your pictures and offer your pet some affection. If you’re feeling especially adventurous, consider creating a special Instagram account for your kitten.

 By Whom National Kitten Day is celebrated?

This day is commemorated by almost all animal lovers, notably kitten enthusiasts, and owners of one or several kittens.

Where is National Kitten Day celebrated?

This day is largely recognized throughout America, so anyone with a kitten or cat may commemorate it uniquely.

Why did We love to Celebrate National Kitten Day?

If you adore cats any more than the next guy, you’ve probably sneaked a few glimpses at kitty photographs during the day. Looking at cute pets during short breaks speeds up productivity among folks, according to research. So just go ahead and check out those kitty images now! Aside from looking at kitten images, getting kittens and cats around is wonderful for your well-being!

Keeping a cat around can decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease, cardiac arrest, blood pressure, cholesterol, and anxiety, and boost mood.   Should we go on? Growing up with cats can lower the chance of getting allergies and asthma later down the line. Aside from teaching kids how to tend to another species, it fosters compassion and can contribute to the learning and development of a culturally balanced individual.

National Kitten Day Wishes, Quotes, Messages, Captions, Status 2023

This National Kitten Day, let us just sit with our baby kittens and cuddle them and appreciate them for all the joy they have brought into our lives.

Give your cat the attention it always seeks. These cute little creatures deserve not just one day but every single day of your love and appreciation. Happy National Kitten Day.

If you own a cat, your gallery is surely full of the little creature’s photographs. This National Kitten Day, let us all come forward and share those photographs because the world needs more of it!

Cats are naughty. They will do something silly and give an innocent look and pretend as if nothing happened. Happy National Kittens Day.

Cats are comfort creatures. If you are sad, just a sight of your cat will make you feel home and happy. Protect them.

“Kittens believe that all nature is occupied with their diversion.” – F.A. Paradis de Moncrif

“I love Kitten because I enjoy my home; and little by little, they become its visible soul.” – Jean Cocteau

“No matter how much cats fight, there always seem to be plenty of kittens.” – Abraham Lincoln

“Kittens are angels with whiskers.” – Alexis Flora Hope

“A kitten is in the animal world what a rosebud is in the garden.” – Robert Southey

“A kitten gets himself into every kind of trouble.” – Champfleury

“How we behave toward cats here below determines our status in heaven.” – Robert A. Heinlein

“A kitten is in the animal world what a rosebud is in the garden.” – Robert Southey

Upcoming Celebratory Dates of National Kitten Day

Year Date Day
2022 July 10 Sunday
2023 July 10 Monday
2024 July 10 Wednesday
2025 July 10 Thursday
2026 July 10 Friday

General Disclaimer: Every year, the United States celebrated over 1,600 National Days. So, Don’t miss a single Celebration Day. Chill, Enjoy, and Celebrate Every Day with National Day Time!

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