National Hug Your Cat Day 2023: Ancient Egyptians revered, adored, and pampered their feline companions (sound familiar?). They were viewed as symbols of grace and decorum, which are still attributes associated with cats today. On June 4, National Hug Your Cat Day, make a special effort to embrace your feline companion. How should one best celebrate? Pick up your regal cat from the ground and cuddle it until it senses your affection. Sounds like an enjoyable activity that we can all support, no? So gather your feline BFF and join us in celebrating!
National Hug Your Cat Day 2023: Activities
Yes, this is apparent, but we would be negligent if we did not suggest it. Prepare your lint roller and enter. (Thereafter, count the number of seconds until your cat attempts to escape your grasp.)
Donate time to a sanctuary
Not everyone has their own cat to cuddle. If you fall into this category, satisfy your yearning for hugs by volunteering at a shelter for animals! You will be assisting homeless cats while enjoying some quality cuddle time.
Host a kitty celebration
Human gatherings are probably enjoyable. However, cat gatherings are superior. Gather all of your cat-owning acquaintances for a massive cat-themed party. Just make sure there is enough catnip for everyone; nobody wants a party offence.
National Hug Your Cat Day 2023: Significance
While companions come and go, cats demonstrate unconditional love and affection (though they frequently attempt to conceal it). Hug Your Cat Day reminds us to show our feline companions some affection to show our appreciation for their friendship and loyalty. Therefore, give your cat some affection; if they dislike being petted, a new scratching post will suffice.
Your colleague just invited you to a happy hour that you have no desire to attend. Attempting to avoid an unpleasant Tinder date? Not a huge deal. Stay at home, kick up your feet, and spend time with your best friend in the universe.
We are aware that you have displayed numerous photographs of your feline companion. Friends may have even asked you to slow down; if they haven’t, it’s because they’re polite and you should keep them close. Today, however, it is practically obligatory to share another photo of your infant with the world. Whether you post it on Instagram or send it to your mother, let your creativity run rampant.
National Hug Your Cat Day 2023: Dates