08 August 2020 22:35
It is important that we continue to promote these adverts as our local businesses need as much support as possible during these challenging times. Thank you for the hundreds of pictures you sent - they're all superstars! Happy International Cat Day! To celebrate International Cat Day, we asked readers to send in their favourite pictures of their furry forever friends. The response was overwhelming with hundreds of fantastic pictures sent our way.
Thank you to everyone who sent in pictures! A new dating app called Tabby launched on Saturday and its premise is to bring owners of the furry friends together in their own quest for love. The app was released on Aug. 8, which is International Cat Day. "Cat-lovers will be able to meet each other, plan cat-friendly dates, get deals from cat companies, and share videos, photos, and stories all while their cats are in their element — at home," a press release from the company said. Tabby allows people to put in the typical details that they would on a regular dating app, but it also welcomes users to plug in details about their cats, Metro reported.
Finding someone who loves cats the way that you do is vital." Tabby was created by the same people who released Dig, a dating app for dog lovers, earlier this year. According to the Tabby press release, the app is available on the App Store, Google Play and on its website. Some of the proceeds from the app will go to specific cats and cat rescue groups that Tabby features on its social media sites, the release said. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS On International Cat Day please share photos of your love-able felines Aug. 8 is International Cat Day, a celebration of our favourite felines, like this little gal named Zola. Today is the purr-fect day to give your kitty an extra little love. That's because it's International Cat Day, a celebration of all things feline which takes place on Aug. 8 of every year. International Cat Day is a day to raise awareness for cats and learn about ways to help and protect them. In 2020 custodianship of International Cat Day passed to International Cat Care, a not-for-profit (charitable) organization that has been striving to improve the health and welfare of domestic cats worldwide since 1958. International Cat Day is also referred to as World Cat Day in some countries and since its inception, it has been growing worldwide. While most countries now observe this unofficial holiday on August 8th, Russia celebrates National Cat Day on March 1 and the U.S. celebrate both International Cat Day and their own National Cat Day on October 29. Cat Day is another unofficial Cat Holiday observed on February 22, that originated in Japan and has become a social media sensation and is growing worldwide as people across the globe share their cat pictures and videos. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter You could be the ruler of the world, but your feline friend would still have something to teach you. While Nimrat Kaur wrote "Paws and reflect" on her Insta post on #coronachronicles with her cat, Alia Bhatt called her cat her "calm in every storm..." So, on International Cat Day, August 8, we ask some pet parents in Delhi-NCR about what life lessons they have learnt from their purry friends. Fashion designer Nida Mahmood shares that her cat Mr Toffee Tinkerbell has taught her to believe that things always fall into place. I marvel at his ability and try to emulate it in my attitude during testing times," says Mahmood. Her two-year-old cat Sheldon has been a constant source of love and emotional support. "I think just watching him sleep so easily and not caring about anything taught me to not take stress. It has been a difficult time for all of us, and I think we cared a lot and took a lot of stress. It's time to be at ease," says Jain. Ghost, a gorgeous white cat in the Asthana household, spends his time cuddling in different laps all day long. "For cats, every moving thing is entertainment... Abhishek Asthana with his cat Ghost sure knows how to live life to the fullest! Delhi-based Karnvir Singh, a graphic designer, says he has begun to value his sleep schedule because of the 20 cats around him. And it sure feels good," says Singh, who stays alone and the cats have ensured that he never feels lonely. Writing 'asdnabfhasjd2' on WhatsApp is now more frequent than ever, and I don't mind telling the person at the other end of the phone that my cat did it. Follow more stories on Facebook and Twitter