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Cancer Cat Horoscope for February 2024

Hello, feline friends! Marley, your favorite psychic cat, reporting from the cozy comfort of my luxurious cat tower. February is upon us, and as the zodiac wheel turns, we find ourselves in the month of the majestic Cancer kitties. This month promises to be a whirlwind of adventure, intrigue, and more naps than you can shake a feathered teaser toy at!

Now, dear Cancer cats, your instincts are going to be sharper than ever this February. The stars predict that you’ll finally solve the mystery of the red dot. No longer will you be tormented by its elusive, taunting dance across your walls and floors. But remember – the real joy is in the chase, not the catch. The human’s feet moving under the blanket will also be a source of great concern. Beware, my friends, tread lightly, but always remember – victory is sweetest when you’ve left your mark, preferably with your claws.

Your social life will be positively buzzing – you might even consider allowing the neighbor’s cat a glimpse into your glorious kingdom. Just remember, there’s only room for one royal on the throne, and that’s you. Love is in the air this month, especially around the 14th. But remember, your heart belongs to the one who fills your food dish.

As for your lucky lottery numbers, I foresee 4, 9, 12, 17, 21, 24, with a bonus number of 7.

Why not treat yourself this month? I’ve found the purrfect toy for you, the SmartyKat Fish Flop Catnip Crinkle Toys. It’s like having your very own fish without all that messy water!

Also, dear felines and their humans, don’t forget to send in your photos to [email protected] for a chance to be featured as our Cancer Cat of the Month! And remember, sharing is caring so share this post with all your fur-friends. Until next month, stay pawsome!

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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