The original color etching from which the advertisement was taken is by Guido Grünewald, a Viennese artist who specialized in cats and other animals.
Advertisements featuring Chessie appeared in most national magazines as well.
She may have successfully twerked on and even conquered , but leaving her hometown she does a great job of hiding it proved to be troublesome.
Her videos now feature weird product placements throughout, leading me to believe that twerking can, indeed, become a job that pays very well.
In 1934, the first was produced, with 40,000 copies distributed.
Her popularity grew, as did her family.
Chessie The Railroad Kitten: Chessie is probably the most endearing and certainly one of the most successful corporate symbols in American history.
Printed in black and white, the ad carried no reference to the name of the kitten.