International Cat Day: Why International Cat Day is celebrated
International Cat Day is celebrated every year on 8 August to protect and help cats. It was first celebrated in 2002. When it comes to cat conservation by the International Fund for Animal Welfare. For this, the International Fund for Welfare, established at that time, started observing 8 August every year as International Cat Day. Since then, every year on August 8, Cat Day has been celebrated around the world. Its main purpose is to provide protection and help to the cat. Along with this, people have to be aware of the cat. Cat Day is also celebrated in India.
International Cat Day
Cats are counted as pets. This day is also called World Cat Day in many countries. Countries differ on how to celebrate Cat Day. Where in Russia Cat Day is celebrated on March 1. At the same time, in America, Cat Day is celebrated on 29 October.
Whereas in Japan, Cat Day is celebrated on 22 February. However, in most countries, Cat Day is celebrated only on 8 August. Many programs are organized on this day, but due to the coronavirus epidemic, people are in their homes this time. In such a situation, Cat Day is being celebrated with the help of social media. For this, people are sharing cat videos and pictures on social media.
Why International Cat Day is celebrated?
International Cat Day is celebrated every year on 8 August to protect and help cats. Joint Animal Director Dr. Manoj Kumar said that in 2002, the first thing was talked about the conservation of the cat by the International Fund for Animal Welfare. The International Fund for the Welfare of Cats has declared August 8 as International Cat Day every year. Since then it is celebrated every year. Cat Day is celebrated in America on 29 October. Cat Day is celebrated in Japan on 22 February.