The renowned Spanish surrealist painter is a great lover of cats, too!
Dalí is known not only for his work but also for his eccentric and flamboyant personality. When traveling, the artist always made sure to bring his beloved pet ocelot named Babou! An ocelot is a breed of wild cat also known as the dwarf leopard.
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