It’s been reported in the New York Post that Baldwin’s family cat, a purebred Bengal, has gone missing. It’s another major issue in the life of Alec Baldwin as it happened less than two weeks after he accidentally shot dead cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of his film “Rust”. As I understand it, the film has been abandoned. Today, he’s been criticised for allowing himself to be photographed with his family in Halloween costumes.
Hilaria Baldwin said that the family can’t find their cat ‘Emilio’. The picture from their Instagram account shows a high quality Bengal cat. This is the genuine article. There is no doubt about it. Hilaria has pleaded on her social media page for help to find Emilio. She said that the family is upset and she seeking help. She said that he has been micro-chipped but does not wear a collar.
Update Nov 11, 2021: Alec Baldwin’s family has been reunited with their lost Bengal cat but he acquired a broken leg during his freedom. Hilaria’s Instagram post which has acquired over 50,000 likes announced to the world that: “We found him. Thank you to all of those who helped. I’m so grateful, beyond words ❤️. I won’t mention you because the paparazzi and tabloid media are calling every single connection to us, and I don’t want you to be harassed too, in their frenzy to make more money. As I write this, there are people, taking my picture, through the trees of the property we are staying at. They have not respected our ask to have space, even after the interview we pulled over to do the other day. We have been chased around in cars—with our children. Several scary moments…this is dangerous. Please listen.”
The public, you and I, are no wiser as to what happened but it seems as if Emilio simply escaped his home and was not far from the home during his brief period of “freedom”. Neither do we have any details about the claimed injury.
They don’t know where he was lost. He was photographed in his carrier on October 22 (see above). He was being taken away from Baldwin’s family’s Greenwich Village home a day after the tragic shooting on-set. However, the details as to how Emilio became last are unclear at this time.
The Baldwin family has been holed-up in Manchester, Vermont since the tragic death which has been so devastating to Mr Baldwin and his wife and kids. Not long ago they was being chased by paparazzi and journalists and he stopped his car to speak to them. He gave an impromptu interview but made it clear that he could not talk about the case otherwise it would jeopardise the investigation and potential trial. He told the journalists and paparazzi that his kids were in the back of his car crying. He asked them to stop following him.
Emilio, the Bengal cat, has been part of the family since he was a kitten which means that he is positively part of this family and connected. Apparently he was a gift to the couple’s eight-year-old daughter Carmen in April as reported by TMZ.
You may be aware that Bengal cats are wildcat hybrids being a cross between a domestic cat and an Asiatic leopard cat. High quality Bengal cats may cost as much as $3,000. They are classified as exotic pets and their value will depend upon their filial i.e. how far from the wild they are. First filial or F1 Bengal cats will be wilder and more difficult to live with and more expensive than F5 Bengal cats which are the equivalent of standard domestic cats except for the fact that they are more active and I would argue more demanding because they require greater stimulation.
The New York Post states that Bengal cats are hypoallergenic. I disagree with that. They are not known for this quality. They report that Alec Baldwin is allergic to cats. It may be the case that this individual is partly hypoallergenic. You do get variations as to the amount of the Fel D1 allergen in a cat’s saliva which causes the allergic reaction in people. Unneutered male cats are more likely to cause an allergic reaction.
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