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Virgo Cat Horoscopes


Oh, Virgo feline friends, this week presents an interesting mix of events, and you’ll need to keep your whiskers on high alert. The alignment of Mars and Venus suggests a shifting dynamic in your beloved human family. You may notice more visitors than usual, bringing strange, new scents into your domain. Don’t fret, dear Virgo cat, remember your strength lies in your adaptability. These new humans may even come bearing gifts, perhaps a new scratching post or a ball of yarn to chase around. A little caution, however, never hurt anyone. Be wary of suspiciously large boxes; they may be traps to transport you to the dreaded vet.

The middle of the week promises a surprise. Jupiter’s alignment with Pluto hints at changes in your food bowl. A new brand of cat food, perhaps? Or even, dare we say it, a fancy feast of grilled fish? Your discerning palate might be in for a treat. But don’t let this sudden change throw you off your normal routine. The stars warn against indulgence; remember the last time you overindulged and had to visit the vet? Continue to drink plenty of water, and keep up your daily grooming regimen.

As the week draws to a close, be prepared for a showdown with the family dog. The alignment of Mercury and Saturn suggests a tussle over territory. Remember, dear Virgo cat, that you are the ruler of your domain. Stand your ground, but be gracious in victory. After all, we cats are known for our dignity and grace.

Your lucky lottery numbers this week are 3, 9, 13, 22, 27, and 31.  Who knows, you might just get lucky, and find an extra tin of your favorite tuna in the pantry. But remember, the greatest luck is to be a cat, and to be loved by your humans. Have a purr-fect week.

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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