To be an A-list animal too often means a lifetime of abuse, neglect, torture, all in the hopes of pleasing your master, and snatching one more tasty treat.
BRIAN STEELE: ‘Youth may be wasted on the young, but fame is definitely wasted on the animals. Whether they’re a sitcom star or a big screen scene stealer, these pups and pussy cats don’t know they’re famous. Heck, they don’t even know what fame is. How would you explain the concept of celebrity to a famous animal? And remember, you can only use the words “sit,” “stay” and “good boy.”
The fact is, all the benefits of making it in Hollywood, the bulging bank accounts, impossible dinner reservations and endless groupies, don’t mean a thing to our four legged friends. And when you strip the perks from the lifestyle of the rich and famous, what’s really left, but the pressure to perform, and the dire consequences if you don’t.
To be a A-list animal too often means a lifetime of abuse, neglect, torture, all in the hopes of pleasing your master, and snatching one more tasty treat. Sadly, whether it’s Flipper or Willy the whale, Mister Ed or J. Fred Muggs, making it in Hollywood is just about the worst thing that ever happened to these famous animals’. SOURCE…