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July 12, 2013 4:19 PM

Moustache markings endear Madison Park kitten

That moustachio-ed man: I was working a late night on a shoot for the TV show “Banshee” in Mooresville last September. I was heading from the set back to our base location in a production van when I heard a kitten meowing while I was at a stop light. I got out to find it and Charlie ran right to me and jumped into my arms. He was a tiny cat with a big character and I knew I had to keep him. The vet I took Charlie to told me her name was Oona, the same as Chaplin’s granddaughter, so I took it as a sign he had a fitting title.

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