Sunday, 30 October 2016


NINTCHDBPICT000019083434James Bowen says he'd be dead if it wasn't for kitty companionship that gave him a sense of purpose while he was homeless.IT used to be a dog’s life for stray cat Bob. Unloved and unwanted, he slept in cold doorways while ­nursing an injured leg.
But today he is a furry film star who flies first-class, has his own “Bobbyguards” at public events and his favourite Dairylea Dunkers on tap.The famous ginger tom is the star of A Street Cat Named Bob, directed by Canadian Roger Spottiswoode, which is in cinemas on November 4.
The film is based on the bestselling book of the same title, which has shifted six million copies and tells the story of how Bob’s companionship helped homeless busker James Bowen to win his battle with drug addiction.
Originally, the London puss wasn’t supposed to play himself in the film. The producers had ten specially trained doubles flown over from Canada, but they proved scaredy cats when it came to filming in London at night, so Bob stepped more

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