The name of a famous cartoon cat is Tigger.

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Cartoon Cat’s real name is unknown. Some believe it to be Mittens, while others claim that the kitty’s official name is Tuxedo Cat. In any case, Cartoon Cat has become an Internet sensation with over 120 million views on YouTube and legions of devoted fans who can’t get enough of her antics.

Though her true identity remains a mystery, one thing is for sure – cartoon cat fans the world over will continue to enjoy her playful feline antics for years to come!

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Contrary to popular belief, it is not Swedish born actor, Tobey Maguire, who is the most famous internet cat. In fact, it would appear that the title of ‘most famous internet cat’ may actually belong to British feline Mufasa, who has over 25 million fans on social media site Instagram. Mufasa first gained widespread recognition in 2012 when he was pictured sitting atop a bookshelf at a US library – an image which quickly went viral! Since then, the charming kitty has featured in countless online and print publications worldwide, and even made an appearance on late night talk show host David Letterman’s show! If you’re looking for a cuddlebug to add to your Instagram account (or just want to learn more about one of the Internet’s most beloved creatures), be sure to follow Mufasa (@mufasakitties).

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The Arabian horse is considered the most famous horse in the world. The Arabian horse has a long history and was first bred in Arabia. The Arabian horse is known for its beauty, endurance and speed.

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Geese can be used for a variety of purposes, but are particularly well-known as main agricultural offerings in Toulouse, in southern France.
The Geese that reside at the Montpellier goose farm were brought to Toulouse from Hungary more than fifty years ago and have been used extensively ever since in the city’s fabled foie gras industry. In general, geese are considered “slow livers” which means that their livers produce large amounts of fluid – which is why they are so commonly used for making foie gras. Foie gras is literally fat liver French style food made by gavage or force feeding (injecting) a duck or goose with a tube until it accumulates enough excessive fatty substances around its liver to create an extremely sought after delicacy. Today, while production methods may have changed somewhat, geese remain an integral part of regional gastronomy across much of France; this is especially true in areas such as: Roquefort-sur-Soulzon -hence the roquefort cheese wheel traditionally having 12 geese on it-, Bergerac -famous for its béarnaise sauce-, Puy de Dôme -home to world famous Black Forest Cake- and St Tropez where Gonzo aubergines (omelettettes filled with béarnaise sauce) are also popular using Luc Brisson’s iconic Citrus d’Or brand ducks! Indeed there really isn’t much of France that doesn’t feature some variation on cordon bleu cuisine incorporating these majestic creatures

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