It seems as if today's women are more attracted to animals than they are to men. If it isn't Spuds MacKenzie, who's always being smothered by at least three attractive females wherever he goes, then it's Vincent, the half-human, half-lion-like creature of "Beauty and the Beast." What do these animals have that we men don't have? Could it be their animal magnetism, or could it be something deeper, like their warmth and affection and understanding nature?
Kenneth L. Zimmerman, Cypress