Puss in Boots
Puss in Boots is a work by Charles Perrault that is familiar to almost everyone on the planet. The tale is about an unenviable inheritance that one of the miller's sons received. After his death, his father left him a cat and some coins. But the cat turned out to be not so simple: he asked to buy him boots for the young man's last money. After that, he did everything to bring his master to marquise, and also to marry a royal daughter. The tale says that sometimes the loyalty of friends and ingenuity are more valuable than gold.