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The Young And The Restless Star Stacy Haiduk Wears Cat To Daytime Emmy's

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This is perhaps the strangest thing I’ve seen all day. Nevermind, all month!

Last week at the Daytime Emmy Awards, The Young and the Restless star Stacy Haiduk accessorized her outfit with a cat purse.

On the show Haiduk plays a “dangerously unhinged” character and one of her co-stars is a cat named Kitty.

She told TVGuide.com earlier this summer, “I have three cats. Every night when I’m reading my scenes for the next day, I rehearse with my cats on my bed. [Laughs] It’s pretty fun. The whole Y&R cast jokes about Kitty. We love her.”

Okay? I don’t really know how to close this one out, but I just knew I had to share.

Comment below and tell us what you make of all of this. Creepy fashion accessory or clever way to get written up on all the blogs?

[Update: According to the New York Times: “The stuffed cat, which was once someone’s living pet, should be familiar to “Y&R” fans — it is the famed “Mr. Kitty,” that was Haiduk’s co-star for the last three months.” Thanks to Erin for the tip. ]

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  • KShep

    Even if the cat died of natural causes, she is a public image and China will jump on board for this one and kill cats to sell purses. They already sell cat soup. These actors and actresses need to remember that people watch them as roll models. What you do MATTERS.

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