Have you ever thought of the films of John Wayne or Marilyn Monroe? Did you know that it was Marilyn who initially received the first training in animal husbandry by teaching the young John the art of taming a horse? From there, she and John developed a partnership and started their own kennel that later became a famous farm. They would eventually raise around a thousand horses together before moving on to a ranch.
The point is that John Wayne could have been a great director had he not been such a failure with his other movies. The same is true for Marilyn, who would never have become the famous glamour model and actress had she not found her true calling in the world of show business.
Another example is Kitty, who is arguably the most famous cat ever portrayed in a film. Her early movies made her a star, but her final appearance in "Mommie Dearest" did not live up to the final expectations of the film producers. A better choice to make the role of "Kitty" better could have been a cat named Seppo, who also happens to be the name of Marilyn's first cat, who died while still a kitten. Seppo and Marilyn are an unlikely match, but at least she was able to do some good with it.
Cats, like dogs, are also popularly known as bad pets. Of course, this does not always mean that they are not cute and cuddly, but for the majority of people, it is more likely that they are simply unloved by their owners.
Movies have been responsible for many cat designs over the years. Some famous ones include Charles Kuralt's "The Big Bad Wolf" and David Bowie's "Let's Dance". Others may be more obscure, such as "Uncle Will" starring Meg Ryan and John Travolta.
There are many more, including video games andTV shows. The list could go on, but this should give you a nice start for choosing your cat. Though cats certainly make great pets, there are many things to consider. They can be just as hot as dogs, and in fact, more aggressive, so if you are planning on buying one, make sure you make the right decision.
Choosing the cat you want is a very important step, but always keep in mind that there are some solid rules to follow in choosing your cat. In addition, do not make the mistake of thinking that the size will determine whether your cat will be an instant hit or a disaster. Always think about what you can offer your cat and how much time you want to invest in their well-being.
We all love cats and dogs, but they may actually be more alike than you think. It is really important that you keep in mind what makes each of them attractive, then you can select the best cat for you. In the end, the final decision will be up to you, but of course, there are plenty of helpful tips to help you along the way.