Celebrity / 23-05-2020

Kate Beckinsale's cat Clive looks furious as she puts a facemask on him

The self-confessed Crazy Cat Lady, 46, is back with another epic video but worried fans wonder how long the star has left until her beloved fur babies finally snap!

Kate Beckinsale's long-suffering cat Clive looks totally unimpressed as she puts him in a mask for another zany lockdown video.

The actress is calling for volunteers to help put together PPE for NHS trusts.

She refused to do it without her pet, whose patience seems to now be wearing thin after various social media appearances with 'sister' Willow.

The poor pussies has been roped in for a number of the bonkers beauty's online videos and fans can't get enough of their adventures.

Kate Beckinsale's cat Clive looks furious as she puts a facemask on him

Clive is at breaking point after being called on again

But despite patiently sitting on her kitchen worktop as she told the world about the campaign, the star should probably expect some mice and other creatures at her back door this weekend.

Kate is keeping everyone entertained with her isolation clips as her animals wonder what exactly is going on.

The felines are the stars of her Instagram feed - but fans reckon they may soon be plotting their revenge.

They may have already started to bring their owner down - shamed Willow appeared on Thursday with a paper cup on her head with the words 'I must not poo on the sofa'.

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That came a week after the kitty lover stuffed her in a tank made of Amazon boxes and paraded her in front of her 4.5million followers.

Weirdly patient Clive even tolerated her giving him a makeover having also wrapped a flower ring around his face - so he could "catch the summery vibe".

The Much Ado About Nothing star is looking for PPE help and hopes her hilarious video sparks some interest.

She made the plea for help for NHS staff

She captioned the post: "Please contact @scrubs4heroes here or on Facebook if you are in the U.K. and up for sewing as part of their pledge to provide various NHS trusts with desperately needed scrubs and would like to volunteer.

"It’s a great way to donate your time and sewing skills to people who are doing such a great job looking after us.

"Not asking for money or donations-just some spare helping hands."



23-05-2020 08:00, source: irishmirror, by James Foster
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