Milla Jovovich did it. Famke Janssen did it. Jaime King and Rebecca Romijn did it. And now Tabs wants to do it, too — make the jump from modeling to acting.
Not since 2011 has a cat starred in so many TV shows and movies at the same time, and that cat was also Tabs. But those roles last year were small — a zombie kitty on an episode of The Walking Dead, a vampire kitty on an episode of True Blood, an English kitty on three episodes of Downton Tabby (a spinoff mini-series; it tested very well with cat ladies between the ages of 29-50).
This year, Tabs took Hollywood by storm, starring in five summer blockbusters in theaters at the same time, a first among felines in the acting world.
And this afternoon Tabs had me frame the movie posters from his summer films to decorate the walls of his new rumpus room/office.
Yup, a kitty assistant’s job is never done… You know how it is.
Who is Tabs the Cat? About four years ago I befriended a stray, flea-bitten tabby cat with a bad case of worms. I could see he’d fallen on hard times, but his profound knowledge of high fashion and department store cosmetics led me to believe that he was more than meets the eye. We became fast friends, and now he’s actually my boss (and a successful kitty model).
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
P.S. So, Prometheus. It was weird watching it this afternoon and seeing Tabs in 3D on the big screen… Made his tum look extra huge.
Frankly, I thought Tabs was the best thing about the film. He was great in it, but the story just didn’t live up to my expectations.
P.P.S. For more of America’s huskiest diva kitty supermodel/actor, check out the archives here.