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Originally posted 03/21/2013 01:30PM
Things are not all purr-fect at the Broadway production of Breakfast at Tiffany's, which opened Wednesday night in New York City.
Only hours before the show's evening bow, it was announced that Montie, a black-and-white male that served as the play's main understudy, was fired after failing to obey instructions.
But "while there are others who are joining the production as understudies and covers, Montie will remain at the theater indefinitely," publicist Rick Miramontez said in a statement, a nod to Montie's owner, Babette Corelli, who is in charge of training cats for the show.
Originally posted 03/15/2013 02:30PM
"She's precious," he tells PEOPLE. "One gaze into those beautiful blue eyes of hers, and she's got you."
Originally posted 03/08/2013 04:00PM
Add Eva Longoria to the list of Hollywood's cat ladies.
While the former Desperate Housewives star is too busy to parent one right now, she tells PEOPLE, "I always found that I identified with them. Cats are feminine and independent and playful, much like a woman."
Her affinity for felines is why she's partnered with Sheba cat food to kick off the Feed Your Passion campaign, in which cat lovers are encouraged to visit the brand's website and share a photo of themselves and their pet, or a video of their greatest passion.
Originally posted 02/07/2013 04:15PM
Paging Destiny's Child! Natasha, a Siberian Forest cat from Oakland, Calif., is a survivor alright.
The sixth-month-old feline spent 35 minutes trapped inside a washing machine cycle but managed to make it out alive.
Having emerged with a severe case of hypothermia, Natasha was brought to an animal hospital by her owner, Daryl Humdy. Her reason for admission led her to receive the "Most Unusual Claim Award" by the company Veterinary Pet Insurance.
Originally posted 11/09/2012 04:00PM
They may look like an odd couple, but they certainly don't behave like one.
After a stray kitten wandered into a baboon's enclosure and refused to leave, it found itself taken in by the primate, who has been treating it as if it were one of its own infants.
The duo, residents at an Israeli petting zoo, are rarely apart from one another, andthe baboon has even taken to checking the kitten for fleas.
Originally posted 10/26/2012 03:00PM
Taylor Swift may be making the rounds discussing her already best-selling new album, Red, but there's an even bigger star in her midst: cat Meredith.
"It's a crazy situation," she tells Katie Couric in a taped episode of Katie that airs Friday. "'Cause it's a cat."
While the world's obsession may be confusing, Meredith has easily won over her mom since being brought home almost a year ago.
Originally posted 10/10/2012 04:00PM
It's a boy!
Howard Stern and wife Beth Ostrosky Stern welcomed a new member into their animal family over the weekend, bringing home a cat named Charlie Boy.
"We are in love with him," she Tweeted on Sunday, sharing a photo of her and the new addition. "Adopting an adult cat is incredible!"
Originally posted 09/27/2012 09:00AM
For anyone keeping up with Kim Kardashian, it's pretty clear she's had only one thing on her mind lately – kitten Mercy.
"I just hope I'm not turning into one of those cat ladies that's Tweeting too many pictures of her pet!" she tells PEOPLE at a Midori event in Santa Monica, Calif., on Tuesday.
While Kardashian certainly has taken to Twitter often to share photos of her Persian, including one with nephew Mason Disick, her love for the cat has been a long time in the making.
Originally posted 09/25/2012 02:00PM
Mercy the kitten is certainly feeling the love!
Since welcoming her new kitten last week, Kim Kardashian has been happily showing off her beloved ball of fur, most recently posting a photo of her and the Persian sharing a smooch.
But she's not the only family member getting in on the action.
Originally posted 09/11/2012 03:25PM
Matthew Perry is back on primetime TV – and he's getting a little help from some feline friends.
The actor stars as a sportscaster grieving the death of his wife on the new NBC series Go On, and in Tuesday's episode, the process involves dealing with a handful of cuddly cats.
Though judging by the actor's expression, he's none to keen about having such a large group at home with him – perhaps what leads him to seemingly give them away later on.
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