According to some surveys conducted around the globe, most pet owners, and those planning to become one, are considering having cats as pets before other animals in the list like dogs and birds are even thought of. The popularity of famous humanized cat characters like Garfield, Felix and the fictional Cheshire cat in ‘Alice in Wonderland’ truly helped boost the cat’s lovability among people throughout the ages. No wonder, cats are being used today to portray many characters in animated flicks and television shows.
Cats have been used in movies and television shows much like ornaments that spice up ratings and box office receipts. It is because many comic antics and jokes can revolve around the cat, satisfying the audience’s hunger for wholesome entertainment. In literature, cats are equally popular. Because literature does not have much privilege to exploit resources like in television and radio, writers are devising their own simple ways to make use of cats in to spice up their written outputs. One way authors and writers from all around the world use cats in literature is through using famous quotes involving cats.
There are many old and new quotes that are widely used in literature and figurative speeches that involve the cats. Usually, the distinct quality and characteristics of cats are described by such quotes. Amazingly, such quotes do wonders and attract attention of readers. Why do audiences easily relate to cat quotes? The answer might be because there will always be a special section in people’s hearts for cats. Most people might have had cats as pets in their houses, or might have had good experiences with cats and cat characters like Garfield and Felix.
Cats are so popular and widely domesticated that it is impossible that no man would not know anything at all about cats. Cats are all around you, from the stuffed toys you hug, to the television show you watch, to the famous line of accessories you buy for fashion. Exploring many sayings and quotes about cats would truly become a worthwhile and entertaining task. For example, writer Desmond Morris once identified cats as artists and dogs as soldiers. Clearly, you can tell how Mr Morris came up with that statement.
Fred Scwab once said, “Cats sleep fat, but walk thin.” Can you figure out how that statement makes sense? Of course, when cats lie down, they look fatter because they usually lay with their bodies curbed or bent inwards. But when they stand up, cats look slimmer compared to their physical state while lying down.
Modern cats are so exposed to much luxuries. Several cat breeds are too adorable that their owners treat them like royalties. That might have triggered a famous statement by an anonymous writer that says that dogs probably think they are human; but cats, oh, boy, they think they are God.
A Norwegian proverb is very profound to say that feeding a single cat is far better than feeding a number of mice. Can you tell how that is? Makes sense, right?
Tom Sawyer author Mark Twain on his part highly regards cats. He figured to create a comparison between a cat and people’s habit to tell lies. Mr Twain said there is a distinct difference between one cat and one lie. That is: the cat keeps only nine lives. Lies can live forever, fooling thousands and even millions of lives.
What a cat world
Indeed, for many cat lovers, the world is all agog about cats. Cats are all around you. You see cats in television shows, there are cats in movies, cartoons are dominated by cat characters, and so many cat sayings and quotes circulate endlessly. Cats are truly loveable. Some say cats came from aliens of the outer space. Can you figure the resemblance of cats’ faces and the fictional illustrations of aliens? See how cats feed the imagination.