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Zellweger Asked to Put Cat Through X-Ray Check

San Francisco Chronicle | October 13 2004

Hollywood actress Renee Zellweger found a recent trip through Toronto airport more stressful than usual, when she was asked to put her cat through an X-ray machine.

The 35-year-old, who was filming forthcoming movie "The Cinderella Man" in the Canadian city, was alarmed when overzealous airport security asked her to place pet Grady on the conveyor belt.

Zellweger says, "I was a little panicked at the notion at having to take her out at the airport because she'd already made it clear she wasn't appreciative of the mode of transportation or her living quarters.

"My cat likes to express her opinions."

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