‘Frozen’ star Kristin Chenoweth talks about her love for her adopted pet and the film’s sequel
After her Oscar-nominated role in Frozen, Kristin Bennett has been talking about her adopted cat.
“I love her very much,” the 25-year-old actress told Vanity Fair.
“She is one of my best friends.
We go to the same movie and we have the same conversations.
I love her so much.”
Kristin was born on August 26, 1987, and she adopted her first cat, a two-year old Siamese cat named Snowflake, when she was two years old.
“When I was a little girl, I loved cats, and I loved dogs, and so I just wanted to be a little bit more pet-friendly,” Bennett said.
“Snowflake was my first pet, and then when I got older, I realized that cats were like a little brother to me, so I started going out and buying them.
I was really into it.
It’s so nice to have a little little brother.”
Bennett’s adopted cat is named Snowy, and he is also her favorite animal.
“He’s my favorite cat,” Bennett says of Snowflake.
“The first thing I said when I saw him was, ‘Snowy, you’re so cute.’
I loved him.””
He is a very loving, playful cat.
I can’t imagine living without him,” she added.
Kristin’s adoption process started after she and her parents moved to San Diego from Washington, D.C., to get away from her mother, who was a nurse.
“My mom was really excited to take us, because she was a big fan of film and was into music and everything, so it was really exciting,” she said.
However, Bennett’s mother-in-law was also a nurse and was concerned about the long commute that would take her child.
“I knew that if I went to the hospital for treatment, I might have to leave her in a coma, so we had to be careful,” she explained.
“So we had my mother take Snowy in for an MRI.
Snowy was really special,” she says. “
Bennett says she is grateful for the MRI and that it has helped her feel like she has a connection to her cat.”
He’s always happy and loves me. “
If you ever see him, you’ll know he is my best friend.
He’s always happy and loves me.
And he’s a very good cat.”
Bethlehem’s sister, who adopted Snowy three years ago, said that Snowy has also been a huge part of her life.
“In high school, my mom and I would go out to see the movies,” she told Vanity Faq.
“And I would see him with his mom, and it was just a huge bonding experience.
And I think that really helped us.”
Kristina Aguilar, another adopted sister, has been with Snowy since she was four years old and says that they are still close.
“Kristin and I have been inseparable since we were little,” Aguilar told Vanity.
“We have the best time ever, and we talk all the time.
It was really beautiful.”
The couple have three other adopted cats: Snowy’s cat, Snowy Jr., who is in the custody of her foster parents, and Snowy and his mother, Tia, who also have fosters.
“It’s really nice that I have my mom to love me,” Snowy says.