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Terry, the interpreter of the dog Toto in The Wizard of Oz (1939), was paid more than her human colleagues! Terry! This was the name of the female Cairn Terrier who "played" Toto, Dorothy's dog, in the film - The Wizard of Oz (1939) - by Victor Fleming, and she was a real movie star... with an illustrious curriculum and a regular salary, received by the owner and trainer Carl Spitz, of approximately 125 dollars a week. Well-deserved money, moreover, given that he always followed his script without ever protesting, and didn't even use stunt doubles! Although Terry earned the least of the main cast, the extras who played the Mastichini gnomes, actually men with dwarfism, earned 50 dollars a week if they kept quiet and 75 if they had to recite a few lines. Other films in which Terry starred include - Tortilla Flat (1942) - also by Fleming and - The Airport Mascot (1934) - by David Butler, with Shirley Temple. Cat found after 5 years, Mattia and Cleopatra meet again in Paris She, a stray, brindle cat named Cleopatra. He, Mattia, a student from Vicenza who moved to the Parisian suburbs for studying. After a storm, Cleopatra never came back home and although Mattia spent an entire year looking for her, distributing flyers and spreading the word, in the end he had to leave Paris without Cleopatra. Five years later the happy ending took place: Mattia was contacted on social media by some volunteers from the Brigitte Bardot foundation that fights against the abandonment and abuse of animals. They informed him that they had found Cleopatra and they had been able to trace her back to him thanks to the microchip, with Mattia’s old telephone number, which is why they had to contact him via social media. Eventually, Mattia took the first flight to Paris where he was able to embrace his friend Cleopatra again. She recognized him, despite the long period of separation, immediately jumping into his arms. Gucci Pet Collection: the best of high fashion for your four-legged friends Alessandro Michele, Creative Director of Gucci, launches Gucci Pet: a series of luxury accessories exclusively designed for pets, namely dogs and cats. It features all Maison's famous leitmotifs: the dreamy and almost surreal aesthetics, the iconic monogram, etc. The collection includes an assortment of everything that could make a dog or cat owner happy who never wants to give up on style: leashes, collars, cases for AirTags, harnesses but also cute miniature sofas, bowls for food etc. Elegance to stand out, now also applies to your pet! She has breast cancer and the first to detect it is Brody, her dog Brody's attention was always focused on the same spot: the right armpit. One day, while she was having a shower, feeling the area "sniffed" by Brody, she felt a lump that the doctors later confirmed to be HER2-positive breast cancer. Despite the initial shock caused by the news, the woman did not let herself be discouraged and immediately began chemotherapy, addressing all her gratitude to her family but above all to her beloved Brody who, his mistress wonder, perhaps he came into her life for a reason.

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