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Truman Capote with dog and cat

Truman Capote with "Tiffany". Dog is making Capote choose. Truman doesn't like ultimatums and easily chooses 'Tiffany' to be his primary care giver. Dog humps Capote during photo shoot.

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Artistic Felinity (artists with their cats)

Truman Capote, life-long friend of Harper Lee, and the author of Breakfast at Tiffany's + In Cold Blood (among others), member of New York High Society, was born September 1924 with his Moon in Scorpio.

There are cats and cats. – Denis Diderot   Patricia Highsmith with “Ripley”    W.H. Auden with “Pangur” “Pangur, white Pangur, How happy we are Alone together, s…

Literary cats;

Truman Capote with "Tiffany". Dog is making Capote choose. Truman doesn't like ultimatums and easily chooses 'Tiffany' to be his primary care giver. Dog humps Capote during photo shoot.

At Truman Capote’s famous black & white ball, Oscar de la Renta & his first wife, Francoise, 1966.

Oscar de la Renta at Truman Capote’s Black & White Ball, with his first wife Vogue Paris editor Francoise de la Langlade

Truman Capote and cat friend

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Audrey & George on the run

Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard wearing their stolen party masks in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” 1961 PY

Audrey Hepburn's Cat ("poor slob without a name") - Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) #trumancapote - Orangey, a male marmalade tabby cat, was an animal actor owned and trained by the cinematic animal handler Frank Inn

Audrey Hepburn's Cat ("poor slob without a name") - Breakfast at Tiffany's - Orangey, a male marmalade tabby cat, was an animal actor owned and trained by the cinematic animal handler Frank Inn

Oscar de la Renta and Françoise de Langlade at Truman Capote's Black and White Ball, 1968 - Mask

truman capote's black and white ball at the plaza hotel, 1968

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