The Breakdown: How Did OwlKitty the Pet Cat Become a Hollywood Movie Star?
On episode 1 of The Breakdown, host Luke Mones finds out the secrets to OwlKitty's success and attempts to replicate it.
Join us on episode 1 of The Breakdown as we meet Instagram sensation OwlKitty and the smallest Globetrotter, Mani Love.
In each episode of The Breakdown, host Luke Mones will share never-before-seen stories, bring updates on Inside Edition’s greatest hits and go inside the newsroom to find the stories behind the stories.
This episode, we introduce you to OwlKitty, a house cat who somehow finds her way into Hollywood blockbusters like “Rogue One,” “Jurassic Park” and “Titanic.” Inside Edition digital reporter Stephanie Officer talks to the cat’s owner, Tibo Charroppin, and asks: What’s the secret to this feline’s success? And in our “Test It Out” series, can Luke replicate it?
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In our “Trailblazers” series, we revisit a 2018 story about the smallest Globetrotter, Mani Love. What you didn’t see in the original story? What happened when digital reporter Sal Bono challenged him to a game.
Watch the video above to see what happened.
And you may have experienced ASMR — but why do you love (or hate) it so much? Get a sneak peek at an interview with Professor Craig Richards, who explains exactly what it’s doing to your brain.
Come back for episode 2 to see the full interview — and exclusive kinetic sand videos from kinetic sand guru Sand Tagious.
New episodes of The Breakdown will appear on InsideEdition.com every Friday at 7 p.m. ET.
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