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[UPDATED] For Your Consideration: A Cat That Looks Like Adam Driver
An incredible tweet passed in my feed today – a cat from the Monmouth County SPCA that looks like Star Wars actor Adam Driver. Take a look and see if you agree.
Corey the Cat.
Happy Friday from Corey! This gorgeous #balinese #tiger mix is about 2 years old and has the softest fur you’ll ever feel 😍 Corey loves people of ALL ages including children and would make a fabulous addition to any household ❤️ Corey would be happiest as the only pet and is waiting patiently for his forever family 🐱 We open tomorrow at 12, stop in and find your new #BFF 🐾 #adoptdontshop #sheltercats #catsofinstagram #balineseofinstagram #tigercat #adoptacat 😊
Adam Driver the Human.
When I first saw the cat I thought for sure there was some photoshop at work (the internet has been going wild over Driver lately) but nope, that’s a real cat that looks like Kylo Ren. Here’s a side by side comparison.
Don’t forget to check out the Monmouth County SPCA website and see what animals are in need of a forever home! Something tells me Cory won’t be available much longer.
[UPDATE] According to the Monmouth County SPCA Facebook page, Corey has officially found his forever home!
[UPDATE #2] Emily McCombs has come forward to let the world she’s the one who gave Corey his forever home! Her and her boyfriend have renamed him Kylo Ren.
— Monmouth County SPCA (@TheMCSPCA) January 18, 2016
The whole way home, as he mewed from his carrier in the backseat (Corey is very vocal), I thought about how weird it was that I was bringing home an Internet famous cat who had no idea about any of it.
You can read her full, heartwarming post, about the nerve-wracking adoption process (something I have some experience with myself!) on Elite Daily. And yes, they’ve created an Instagram for him already – Catam_Driver. He’s hanging with some appropriate pals as we speak.
(found via Marci Robin on Twitter)