It’s been a rough few years for the world economy. The recession has hit nearly every country in the West and is still going strong in Asia, despite numerous efforts to recover. People have lost their jobs, homes and 401k plans; many are even questioning whether we will ever see a return of true prosperity again. The cause of this economic turmoil? Gray Cat Names!
In our latest infographic, we outline 13 reasons why gray cat names are responsible for the recession and why you should beware when naming your new kitten so that you don’t make things worse by adding another “gray” name into the mix:
This infographic will show you the top 13 reasons, as well as give insight into what can be done to help. It might seem absurd that naming a cat after such an unlucky color would have any bearing on global economics, but it’s worth noting that these are not just innocent little kitties we’re talking about. They are monstrous in size and their sharp teeth and claws make them formidable foes for both animals of the wild and humans alike!
Cats may look cute now, but they’re going through some major changes too – like growing up from being adorable kittens all grown-up with those razor-sharp fangs.. it’s only natural that this has affected our economy. And there is evidence to back this up, with numerous studies done to investigate the effects of a new gray cat on various aspects.
So don’t let your cat go into hiding just yet – here are 13 reasons you can blame the recession on them:
Gray cats have caused more fatalities in animal attacks than any other color. (National Geographic) It’s not all fun and games when it comes to these furry little felines! In fact, they’re responsible for over 50% of deaths from wild animals.. which is an alarming number considering how many people come together with their pets without realizing the dangers. This has led scientists to conclude that being named “gray” will lead to this type of behavior as well. You’ll also find out why naming your pet “gray” is a bad idea later in this article.
They’re very moody cats – and not just any type of mood, either! (The Daily Mail) Gray cats are more likely to be aggressive with other animals or humans than others according to experts because they have short tempers when it comes to dealing with new things.. which may lead them over the edge quicker as well. You’ll also find out why naming your pet “gray” is a bad idea later in this article.
Their fur can blend into their surroundings better than other colors will allow for, meaning that they could provide an excellent tool for espionage work if trained properly.(Petside) In addition, these felines’ coloration makes them excellent for hunting prey as they can blend in with the surroundings and stealthily sneak up on their target.
They’re not a common color to come across, so people are more likely to notice them and “love” them no matter what you have done wrong because of that fact.(The Huffington Post) Having gray cats around also makes it easier for children – who may be prone to crying when things don’t go their way or any other number of reasons – to find someone else’s attention, which means less fussing from your little one!
Gray cats may make great Instagram models if you feel like getting into photography work (though this is not confirmed).(Fur Babies Magazine) Unfortunately, these felines also make great targets for the unscrupulous.
Gray cats are also a bit more difficult to find in shelters, so if you’re not planning on getting one from a breeder or an animal shelter, be prepared to do some hunting!
The most common name of gray cats is “Gray,” but other names like “Grey” and “Grayson” may crop up too.(The Huffington Post) If your pet’s name starts with G, they’ll have difficulty finding friends among their own kind because everyone else will call them by their human family members’ first letter: George, Gracie, Grady..etc., which makes it hard for them to figure out who they can trust around here when things get tough.
You can’t find a gray cat at your local pet store, so if you’re looking for one to play with and cuddle, it’s best to adopt from an animal shelter. (The Huffington Post) If you want a kitten but don’t have the time or money to wait around until they become available in shelters, then I recommend getting started on adopting them online via sites like PetFinder.com.
Gray cats may also be difficult to spot because their fur is often darker than other colors of kitties.(Cats 101 Online) But just as all people are different from each other despite being born into the same race or country, these animals are unique individuals too – even though many share common traits.
Rather than being a color, gray is actually the term used in painting to denote a lack of hue (or shade) and lightness/darkness.(Cats 101 Online) This can make it difficult for artists because they have no true way of knowing what colors are going into their work if they’re using grays. But this cat has been given its name because of its unassuming nature – not due to any problems when coloring or shading!
Gray cats may be more susceptible to illnesses such as cancer or leukemia since many different factors affect how quickly these diseases develop.(Web MD) So you’ll want to keep an eye on your kitty and take them in for regular checkups with your veterinarian. Some
The last time anyone had a Grey Cat was in 2009.
When you have a gray cat, all of the sudden your world starts shrinking. You stop leaving the house for anything other than groceries and doctor’s appointments because it just seems so hard to go out with such an underpowered pet at your side. There are too many fears when you’re living alone: What if she gets lost? What if I can’t get her back up on my lap while sitting down somewhere? What if there is construction noise outside and she goes deaf from fright? And who wants to deal with that kind of fear every day? It becomes easier not to leave which means friends start drifting away as well, since they don’t want to come over and be faced with the sight of your sad little cat. The average life expectancy for a Gray Cat is 12 years, so you’re already living in what feels like an extended period of grieving when they die and start to decompose even as it’s happening. It sucks everything out of you their death and its aftermath are exhausting to process. Genetics – gray cats have been bred by humans for generations from wild European cats who had dark coats that blended into tree roots, which would give them better hunting skills than other types of cats during preindustrial times because people didn’t know where they were if they couldn’t see them. Grey kitties simply don’t enjoy being seen very much anymore, not since