Some cats are allergic to humans.
Because it's very cold.
Implausible as it may seem, your harmless little maltipoo puppy descended from a fearsome line of bloodthirsty wolves.
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Maybe they didn't fit the tone of the film they were supposed to appear in. Maybe the director just couldn't find a place for them.