- Napoleon Bonaparte ~ Napoleon was once found sweating with fear and lunging wildly with his sword at the tapestry-covered walls. The source of his fear was a small kitten.
- Dwight D. Eisenhower ~ Eisenhower's loathing for cats was so great, he gave his staff orders to shoot any seen on the grounds of his home.
- Adolf Hitler ~ Adolf Hitler liked dogs, he had a German shepherd called Blondi.
- Johannes Brahms ~ One of Brahm's favourite forms of relaxation was to sit at an open window and attempt to kill neighbourhood cats with a bow and arrow.
Their dislike of cats is proof definitive that these people are inherently evil. I have my own "pet theory", (pardon the pun), as to why people dislike cats, but more of that at another time.
- Victor Hugo ~ He was considered the greatest author in the history of French literature, wrote fondly in his diary about his cats.
- Edward Lear ~ He was known for writing the famous limerick 'The Owl and the Pussy Cat'. Lear was devoted to his cat named Foss.
- Abraham Lincoln ~ Abraham Lincoln's cat, Tabby, was the first of several White House cats.
- Mark Twain ~ He kept eleven cats at his farm in Connecticut.
- Michel de Montaigne ~ “When I play with my cat, who knows whether she is not amusing herself with me more than I with her?”
Their love of cats is proof definitive that these people are inherently good. Now that I have that out of the way, why do people define themselves as "dog lovers" or "cat lovers" and why is this such a dogmatic, (pardon the pun), and passionate position for some people?
- Watch On Youtube - Cats That Look Like Hitler
"Praise be to thee, O Ra, exalted Sekhem, thou art the Great Cat, the avenger of the gods and the judge of words and the president of the sovereign chiefs and the governor of the holy Circle; thou art indeed the bodies of the Great Cat." - Inscription on the Royal Tombs at Thebes