The returning Golden Globes host frequently shares photos on Twitter of his handsome Siamese, Ollie, who was given to him by British talk show host Jonathan Ross. Gervais rang in 2012 with a kitty-themed musing attributed to Terry Pratchett: “In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this.”
The younger Franco is also the proud parent of two cats, Harry and Arturo, and starred in a Funny or Die video that spoofed the family’s love of felines. “We’re definitely a cat family,” he told PEOPLE.
You could call the 30 Minutes or Less star’s home a refuge for less fortunate felines. “I’m a foster parent for cats, and the more movies I do, the more guilty I feel – and the more cats I feel the need to get to alleviate the guilt from doing the movies,” Eisenberg told Conan O’Brien in 2010.
The Mission Impossible star shared a shot of a French kitty having very sweet dreams. “My hotel has a cat,” he Tweeted. “Makes me wonder why all hotels don’t have cats hanging around the corridors looking simultaneously hopeful and nonplussed.”
The Dexter star opts for quiet nights in with his best buddies, Preacher and Ford, over wild nights out on the town. “They’re both very affectionate,” he told PEOPLE. “They’re my four-legged friends.” Hall, seen here during a break during filming of the 2011 dramedy The Trouble with Bliss, gets friendly with a cat on a New York City awning.
At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, the faux pundit purr-rused an issue of Cat Fancy magazine – long regarded as the bible for cat lovers everywhere. He often features cats on The Colbert Report, including intrepid reporter Christiane Aman-purr.