Here are some animal holidays for this month:
National Pet Month (US)
Responsible Animal Guardian Month
Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Sponsored by Pet Cancer Awareness and the Blue Buffalo Foundation for Cancer Research.
Chip Your Pet Month
May 1-7: Be Kind To Animals Week. This week-long event has been celebrated since 1915. Always the first full week of May.
May 1-7: National Pet Week. Always held the first full week of May by the American Veterinary Medical Association.
May 3: National Specially Abled Pets Day, aka, Disabled Pets Day
May 3: Hug Your Cat Day (See May 30, too)
May 8: National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day (Visit ccadrt.1hwy.com
for preparedness tips. Also, check below for information on Fire Safety
for you and your pets.)
May 19: Endangered Species Day - Third Friday in May
May 30: International Hug Your Cat Day
Why it Pays to be a Cat Lady
The next time someone ridicules you for being a "cat lady," just tell them about this study, showing that women who own cats benefit in many wonderful ways.
The Most Affectionate Cat Breeds
If you're looking for a feline companion who's more of a lover than a fighter or a lone wolf, you might want to check these kitties out:
Important Webinar on Cat Food
Here's a webinar worth watching:
Dr. Andrew Jones presents the 'real truth' about cat food, what is best to feed, what to avoid, and how to naturally treat your cat with food and at-home remedies.
May 9, Tuesday, 5 p.m. PDT, 8 p.m. EDThttps://www.thecatsupplement.com/webinar/
If you think you'll be too busy to attend, I recommend signing up anyway and then you'll be on the list to get a link to the replay afterward. You can watch it at your own convenience, since it's a recording. But you'll have to make note of the expiration of the video so you don't miss it again.