International Bandanna Day happens on the last Friday of October. That’s October 30th in 2020!
International Bandanna Day is believed to have started in Australia to raise awareness of children living with cancer.
People living with cancer often have to undergo radiation therapy, which can cause hair loss. For that reason, chemo patients sometimes wear scarves, hats, and bandannas to cover up or keep their heads warm.
Most of us at least know someone who has or had cancer, so show support and solidarity by wearing your bandanna on October 30th.
Any color will do, and you can wear it any way you like. Your cat can even join in with their own bandanna, just like the kitties below! Here are ten cats sporting bandannas to help raise awareness.
Cats In Bandannas To Raise Awareness
International Bandanna Day: 10 Cats Sporting Bandannas To Raise Awareness [PICTURES] - CatTime
If you want to help, feel free to share a picture of your cat wearing a bandanna in the comments below! If a friend asks why your cat is wearing a bandanna, you can tell them and help raise awareness.
Also, click here to make a donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital so we can fight cancer together.
Do you ever dress your kitty in a nice bandanna? Will you help spread awareness of cancer for International Bandanna Day? Let us know in the comments below!