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Man with 'face of cat' found dead

Discussion in 'Headline News' started by Englishboy, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. Englishboy

    Englishboy World Cup Champion

    Meow! Dennis Anver who is rumoured to have committed suicide.

    Dennis Avner better known by his Native American name “Stalking Cat,” has been found dead. He was 54. Avner, who went by his Indian name ‘Stalking Cat, underwent a series of radical body modification procedures, including the splitting of his upper lip and implants in the forehead, to make himself look like a female cat. To complete the process he had breast implants, fangs and tattoos on his face.

    Descended from American Indians, Avner, who once said in an interview that he was a Huron and was following “a very old tradition” to transfer himself into a tiger, said he felt inspired to turn himself into a cat after a discussion with a Native chief who inspired him to ‘follow the ways of the tiger.’

    A few years ago, Avner gained worldwide fame after he clinched the title of the “most permanent transformations to look like an animal” in the Guinness Book of World Records. Since then, the “Cat Man” had been featured on “Ripley’s Believe It or Not!,” VH1′s “Totally Obsessed,” Animal Planet’s “Weird, True & Freaky” and several other TV shows.

  2. Sarah

    Sarah Moderator Staff Member

    No way :( I loved this guy!!!!!!!! :(
  3. minx

    minx Well-Known Member

    The tradition couldn't have been very old given that the Huron people are indigenous to North America and tigers come from an entirely different part of the world. Methinks his Native chief spiritual advisor steered him off course a bit.
  4. Swami

    Swami Well-Known Member

    He certainly did his best to be conspicuous.

  5. ronald mascot

    ronald mascot Well-Known Member

    Rest in Peace

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