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Ladies, take a note from the always fashionable Demi Moore and bring a cute kitten as an accessory to your next holiday party. According to Refinery29, the eccentric actress was seen toting a kitten around the Art Basel Chanel dinner in Miami, Florida. The NY Post reports that the cat was a stray kitten and that Demi Moore picked it up on her way to the exclusive couture celebration. Partygoers said that Moore was caught cuddling and petting her new friend throughout the meal by the Soho Beach House's pool. Moore later left...

The world's oldest dog Chanel will be missed. Photo: Meredith Daniels, Newsday/MCT Chanel, the fashionably-named pooch who held the Guinness Book of Records title for "World's Oldest Dog," has died. According to PEOPLE Pets she passed away this past Friday, August 28. The celebrated dog -- who appeared on The Today Show on her 21st birthday this past May -- began life humbly as a puppy at a Virginia shelter. According to MSNBC, Denice Shaughnessy of Port Jefferson Station, N.Y. -- then a single mother and Army veteran -- spotted the wire-haired dachshund mix pup and adopted her for $25. As she aged, Chanel's brown coat turned white and she developed cataracts. Her favorite meal was...

Could Max be the world's oldest dog? Photo: BARM / Fame Pictures Hold onto your leashes, boys and girls! There may be an upset coming in the "World's Oldest Dog" contest. A 26-year-old mixed breed terrier named Max from New Iberia, Louisiana is laying claim to the title, which currently belongs to Chanel, a 21-year-old dachshund mix from Port Jefferson Station, New York. Max is senior to Chanel by five years -- that's 182 vs.147 in doggy years! Janelle Derouen, Max's owner, bought him as a newborn puppy in 1983 from a local sugar cane farmer, reports the Daily Mail. As required by Guinness World Records, Derouen included a copy of Max's veterinary birth certificate from Robichaux...

The world's oldest dog. Photo: Meredith Daniels, Newsday / MCT She can't hear very well, wears special doggy glasses and sports a sweater on chilly days, but Chanel, a 20-year-old dachshund who lives with her owner in Port Jefferson Station, NY, looks pretty good for her age -- she is, after all, the world's oldest dog. Chanel will set a new record when she turns 21-years-old tomorrow (that's 147 in human years!). Technically, her title will be official in September – when the Guinness Book of World Records makes it legit. Jay Leno is already banging on her door. "She's independent. If she didn't want to do something, she had a look she would give, and she usually got her way,"...