Hit the road, cat! And don't you come back! No meow, no meow!
The understudy for the cat featured in Broadway's revival of Breakfast At Tiffany's was fired for having a continuously bad fur day.
No, actually the cat named Monte was fired for unruly behavior in the back of the stage of the show.
Guess the feline was no pussy cat!
Here's what a spokesman said:
When you think of a well trained animal who listens well and obeys commands, what animal do you think of?
Snakes? Who thinks of snakes??
Oh, you said dogs? Well you'd normally be right, but we're talking about cats!
Breakfast at Tiffany's is back on Broadway and the play has been casting cats!
They are trying to keep the play as real as possible by using live animal actors.
That sounds like a huge challenge when using cats, because even though they can be really well trained, they're still cats.
And cats just kinda do whatever they want, whenever they want.
Check out the video (above) to get a behind the scenes look at casting live cats in a Broadway play!
Sometimes walking the REAL dog is just too much hassle! LOLz!
Jessica Chastain enjoyed her NYC walk to her Saturday matinee performance of The Heiress with a special gift…
A painting of her preschuzz pooch Chaplin!!!
While the real deal was not with her, we're sure the actress enjoyed having a friendly and ADORBz reminder of her main man.
That's a really GOOD painting too!
[Image via WENN.]
Over the summer, we told you how animal trainer Bill Berloni chose Sunny, a dog with 48 hours to live, to be Annie's best pal Sandy, in this fall's revival of Annie.
Now, The Today Show's Al Roker has gone behind the scenes to detail how Sunny got the job!
In the vid (above), Al follows Berloni as he is tasked to find the perfect Sandy.
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