Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Doris Day
- I have found that when you are deeply troubled, there are things you get from the silent devoted companionship of a dog that you can get from no other source.
- I like joy; I want to be joyous. I want to smile and I want to make people laugh. And that`s all I want. I like being happy. I want to make others happy.
- Killing an animal to make a coat is sin. It wasn’t meant to be, and we have no right to do it. A woman gains status when she refuses to see anything killed to be put on her back. Then she’s truly beautiful.
- If it’s true that men are such beasts, this must account for the fact that most women are animal lovers.
- I had a wonderful family including my aunts, uncles and cousins but they’ve all gone to heaven.
- It was the only ambition I ever had – not to be a dancer or Hollywood movie star, but to be a housewife in a good marriage.
- The really frightening thing about middle age is that you know you’ll grow out of it.
- When I was a teeny little girl, I was in dancing school, and I sang. We had to put a dance to a song, so I went to the 10-cent store one day and looked at all the sheet music. It was all laid out, and I picked ‘Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries.’
- The happiest times in my life were the days when I was traveling with Les Brown and his band.
- If I’d find a dog, I’d try to find the owner, of course, but it was mine! I just can’t live without them; I love them so much. I have cats, too. People call me all the time and say, ‘We know of a couple of cats people don’t care for,’ and I say, ‘Bring them!’ That’s it – two words. I’m always open for that.
Doris Day, born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff on April 3, 1922, in Cincinnati, Ohio, was an American actress, singer, and animal welfare activist. She enjoyed a successful career in entertainment that spanned several decades.
Day began her career as a big band singer in the 1930s, achieving her first major hit with “Sentimental Journey” in 1945. She soon transitioned to acting, starring in a series of popular films in the 1950s and 1960s, including “Calamity Jane,” “Pillow Talk,” and “The Man Who Knew Too Much” opposite James Stewart. She was known for her wholesome, girl-next-door image and her comedic and musical talents.
In addition to her film career, Doris Day was a prolific recording artist, with numerous chart-topping hits. Her songs like “Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)” became iconic.
Outside of her entertainment career, Day was a passionate advocate for animal rights. She founded the Doris Day Animal Foundation, dedicated to the welfare of animals, and became a leading voice in the animal welfare movement.
Doris Day passed away on May 13, 2019, leaving behind a legacy of timeless music, classic films, and her enduring commitment to the well-being of animals. She remains an enduring figure in American entertainment history.
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