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Aries Cat Horoscope for February 2024

Greetings, my dear Aries felines, this is your favorite clairvoyant tabby, Marley, with your February 2024 feline horoscope. The planets are aligning in the second month of the year and the catnip is in full bloom, signalling a time of great adventure and frolic.

But remember, my dear Aries, that the rolling ball of yarn is not always as harmless as it seems. I foresee a domestic hazard involving a precariously placed vase and an overly enthusiastic pounce. So, keep your instincts in check, or you might find yourself in a time-out corner with nothing but your disgruntled purrs for company.

As Mars transits into your sign, it brings an overwhelming energy that may lead to extra zoomies around the house. This could result in a few more surprise “gifts” for your human companions.

While this might cause your humans some distress, remember that they simply don’t understand the complex nuances of your generous offerings. In the spirit of love this Valentine’s month, try showering your humans with more conventional signs of affection, like extra purrs and cuddles, or strategically positioned hairballs – they really seem to appreciate those!

In the lottery of life, your lucky numbers this month are 9, 16, 21, 29, 32, and 37 with a bonus number of 13.

As for your lucky item of the month, the stars strongly suggest the classic ‘Bergan Turbo Scratcher Cat Toy‘ from This magical spinning device will not only cater to your Aries need for excitement but also save your human’s favorite sofa from your enthusiastic clawing.

Don’t forget to send in your best photo (preferably not mid-yawn) to be featured as our Aries Cat of the Month. Send it in to [email protected] with a brief bio.

And remember, sharing is caring, so share, share, share! ArUntil next month, my feline friends, keep purring and prancing!

Debbie Moore is a writer with a strong interest in cats and cat ownership. She is the creator of Cats and Kittens Central, and since 2005 has contributed numerous articles on cat care, cat health, cat behavior and many other topics related to our furry friends. Debbie has owned cats for the past 50 years.

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