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  1. The 7-Figure Scowl: How Grumpy Cat Is Building a Media Empire

    8:00 am 7/30/2014

    As her owner quits her job at Red Lobster to focus on the feline full-time, one thing's for sure: Cat videos aren't just for the Internet anymore.Read more

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  2. Crystal Hefner Leads a Tour of the Playboy Mansion's Zoo (Video)

    7:41 am 7/30/2014

    Mrs. Hugh Hefner offers THR a guided tour around, and inside, the animal enclosures in the backyard of one of the most famous estates in the world, which is one of the few private residences in America with a zoo license.Read more

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  3. Hollywood's Biggest Animal Stars: Where Are They Now?

    9:00 am 8/2/2013

    From Uggie ("The Artist") to Ted Nudegent ("Austin Powers"), THR catches up with six of the four-legged creatures who made a big impression on moviegoers.Read more

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  4. Veterinarians to the Stars: Whom Hollywood Turns to When Their Pets Need Help

    9:00 am 8/2/2013

    Judy Greer tells THR why she drives "very far out of my way" for her dog's doctor. Read more

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  5. Gavin Polone on What Mutts Can Teach Us About Good Television

    9:00 am 8/1/2013

    The Emmy-winning producer compares mixed breeds and prestige programming: "Like purebred dogs, franchise shows suffer from their own particular disorders: most notably how repetitive and predictable they are."Read more

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  6. Animal Plastic Surgeons, Pot-Prescribing Vets: The Secret Life of the 1 Percent Pet

    9:00 am 8/1/2013

    From swim lessons for dogs owned by Ron Meyer and Bruce Willis to the over-the-top massage given to Lisa Vanderpump's Pomeranian, the new pampered norm for the billionaire's best friend.Read more

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  7. Tippi Hedren on Her Big-Cat Sanctuary

    8:00 am 8/1/2013

    The "Hitchcock blonde" best known for 'The Birds' and 'Marnie' has been running the Shambala Preserve in Acton for decades, caring for exotic animals who have suffered from abuse or neglect, with assistance from Hollywood pals including Lily Tomlin and Betty White. THR also travels to the headquarters of Have Trunk Will Travel, which educates the public on elephants and provides them for films, including "Water for Elephants."Read more

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