Sally Fields plays an interesting role as an older woman who hoards stuff in her house, wears cat eye glasses, and owns a cat in the movie “Hello, My Name is Doris.” While the white cat in the movie plays a limited role in the actual story, it helps cement Sally Field’s character as a bizarre, older woman.

If you’re looking for a movie that highlights cats more, then you might prefer “Nine Lives,” but if you’re looking for a quirky comedy that just happens to have a cat in it, then you can’t go wrong watching “Hello, My Name is Doris.” Cats may not play a starring role in that movie, but it does show that Hollywood recognizes the importance of using cats to help paint a character a certain way.

Support cats in Hollywood by watching as many movies with cats in them as possible. This will let Hollywood know that cat videos on the Internet aren’t just a fad.

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