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Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol at the St. Regis Hotel (winter New York City. Photo by David McCabe

Salvador Dali and his Anteater walking out a New York subway in 1975. Doesn't get cooler than this!

Salvador Dali Taking His Anteater for a Walk. This is amazing. He even lived his life in a surreal manner. Who owns an anteater as a pet? Apparently Savaldor Dali, that's who.

FErnest Hemingway is famous in the polydactyl cat world not for his writing but for his love of the six-toed cat. After a voyage, a ship captain presented Hemingway with his first polydactyl -- a white cat named Snowball. The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Key West, Florida, is home to over 40 six-toed felines, some of which are direct descendants of Snowball.

Ernest Hemingway feeding his cat corn on the cob – intensely! celebrity author takes on pet cat in fight for lunch and fails surreal vintage writers photo everyday life beyond the typewriter

Salvador Dali

"There are some days when I think I'm going to die from an overdose of satisfaction." - Salvador Dali (Photo by Philippe Halsman)

Jean-Michel Basquiat and his cat.

Artistic Felinity (artists with their cats)

Jean-Michel Basquiat was an American artist. He began as an obscure graffiti artist in New York City in the late and evolved into an acclaimed Neo-expressionist and Primitivist painter by the by James Van Der Zee, 1982

Not Japan but how can I not share this; it’s insane.   Salvador Dali exiting a Parisan subway with his pet anteater. What the hell. I bet he has some Japanese in him. He has to.

Salvador Dali walking his pet Anteater -Paris Metro -Antique-Old-Vintage Reproduction Photograph/Photo: Gicclee Print.

Picasso acquired Lump the dachshund in 1957. He initially belonged to photographer David Douglas Duncan, but when he and Pablo met, it was seemingly true love. Lump was allowed anywhere on Picasso's property, including being the only creature allowed in Picasso's studio. Lump appeared in 54 of Picasso's works. Lump and Picasso were together for sixteen years, and died within months of each other.

16 Brilliant Artists And Their Animal Muses

"Lump was allowed anywhere on Picasso’s property, including being the only creature allowed in Picasso’s studio. Lump appeared in 54 of Picasso’s works. Lump and Picasso were together for sixteen years, and died within months of each other.

Portrait of Pablo Picasso, Lump and Jacqueline Roque by David Douglas Duncan, Cannes 1957

Picasso, Jacqueline Roque and Lump Photo by David Douglas Duncan Picasso's saddest love Jacqueline Roque, Picasso's enigmatic last .

Georgia O'Keeffe Grooms her (Chow) Dogs by John Loengard, 1966

Georgia O'Keeffe's Chow Chows

Pollock with his dogs Gyp and Ahab.  Via: aaa.si.edu

16 Brilliant Artists And Their Animal Muses

Andy Warhol @ Christie's: Best in Show

When people think of Andy Warhol Marilyn Monroe, Campbell's Soup Cans and sensational newspaper stories tend to come to mind. But the iconic pop artist was also a dog lover.

Edward Gorey and cat

Edward Gorey and cat

avec chat (elephant house - the book about Gorey's home - is quite interesting.

Pablo Picasso [1881 - 1973], Spanischer Maler, Grafiker und BildhauerAufnahmedatum: um 1904Aufnahmeort: ParisInventar-Nr.: DP7Systematik: Personen / K¸nstler / Picasso / Portr‰ts

A young Pablo Picasso in front of Le Bateau-Lavoir, Montmartre, Paris.