Garfield is the name of a well-known comic-strip cat and James Garfield was the 20th US President.
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The noun 'Garfield' is a proper noun, the name of a specific person or place (or a cartoon cat).
GarfieldGarfield is a cartoon cat and James Garfield was the 20th US president.
Garfield is both a cartoon cat and the last name of the 20th US President.
Garfield is a cartoon cat. James Garfield was the 20th US president.
Yes, the noun 'Garfield' is a proper noun, the name of a specific person or place (or a cartoon cat).
Garfield comes to mind.
There is a cartoon cat named Garfield and James Garfield was the 20th US president. Therefore, Garfield is the answer.
Jim Davis' cartoon 'Garfield the Cat' was named after the creator's father James Garfield Davis who himself was named after President James A. Garfield .
Garfield, President Swanky, those are just a few to name.
No. He's just a cartoon cat.
Jim Davis .
That would be Garfield.
Garfield is a male cat cartoon character. The kind of breeding of this cat is described as a tiger striped alley cat.
That is the correct spelling of the proper noun Garfield (a cartoon cat, or the US President James Garfield).
Garfield. One Garfield is a cartoon cat in a comic strip. The other Garfield, James, was 20th President of the United States.Garfield.
"Felix the Cat" No no no oh nonononono it sure was Garfield himself!
In "Garfield and Friends" Garfield was voiced by Lorenzo Music , in "The Garfield Show" by Frank Welker and in "Garfield: The Movie" by Bill Murray .
A popular cartoon featuring a cat is called 'Garfield' and was launched in 1978. Other popular cat cartoon's include Felix, Top Cat and also Tom and Jerry.
Sadly, Garfield (a cartoon cat!) is more widely recognized.