My wife and I have two cats. Toku and Yuki are their names. Yuki is the one I picked because at PetSmart he was an active kitty eager to play around. Toku is the one my wife picked because she fell for him due to he only has 3 legs. His left rear is cut off a little bit above where the knee would be. Toku was a poor little cat that hid and seemed afraid of everyone and everything. Three years now we still have both cats and there is a lesson in marketing here.
The general idea of marketing is to sell a product to someone by making them believe their life or job will be better because of it. You want to appeal to a persons desires. I desired a cat that was active that I could play around with. Yuki was those things. He would chase after a pet mouse and very active at the store. Once we got him home and settled in suddenly he became a lazy cat wanting nothing more than to sit in a window and sleep. Toku surprisingly was the more playing cat once he got comfortable with us. That is marketing in a simple form Yuki sold us on him being something which was not true and Toku who either unwittingly or deviously crafted act sold us on the “Poor sad little kitty with 3 legs”.
We are happy with both but sometimes I look and wonder how did I get fooled and end up with a “fancy” lazy cat.