Home sweet home!
I can’t even remember how long it’s been since my last entry. I’ve just been traveling so much lately, you know, trying to stay busy.
I was in Manila this weekend on the last leg of a press junket for the new Bourne movie. My crazypants agent booked me for interviews in Milan, Paris and then Manila all within 48 hours! Total madness, but at least I was able to see my grandparents while I was in Manila. They’ve been visiting out there for a couple months.
Oh, get this: Renner is getting top billing on the Bourne movie posters. Can you believe that? I know he’s the star, but I’ve been getting rave reviews for my secret spy cat cameo.
I mean, I didn’t have to dig deep for the role. When you spend your formative kitten years fending for yourself as a stray on the mean streets of Mill Valley, you get pretty good at defending yourself.
Sure, it brought back some difficult memories…all of those cold, lonely nights without a drop of gravy in my belly, but I just channeled the emotions into my performance.
That’s what you do when you’re an A-list Hollywood kitty.
You may have heard that Renner did some of his own stunts in the movie. Well, I did all of mine. Trained like a mofo for ‘em, too, so I’d get everything just right.
DO NOT try this at home, kids…
More stunt training…
Anywho, haven’t done much since I got home this afternoon. Just chilled outside, ate some grass and went for a long walk with my assistant. I just want to take it easy for a few days before things get crazy again next month.
I’ll be in New York for Fashion Week, and wouldn’t you know it? I’m booked for twice as many shows as last season!
Actually, it was by choice this time. Ever since Karl Lagerfeld’s cat, Choupette, hit the scene, I feel like I can’t slack for a second. Those little blue-eyed kittens — they’ll claw you in the back if you give ‘em half a chance.
So yeah, I’ll be putting in some serious overtime next month, which reminds me, I should work on my runway walk. It’s been a long time since I practiced my catwalk cat walk with Ms. J…
WERK it, b*tch!!
Good thing I don’t mind being so busy. I actually enjoy putting in the hours.
That’s one of the best things I learned from my mentor, Tim Gunn, that you have to find a way to enjoy your work.
By that same token, you also have to know how to unwind.
Speaking of that, where’d I leave my crinkly ball…?
That’s the beauty of downtime — you get to do whatever you want.
Maybe I’ll even let my assistant make me gravy.