Slayer and Road Crew Rescue a Kitten in Need

When one thinks of Slayer, one of the biggest and most hardcore metal bands in history, kittens do not immediately come to mind.
Slayer guitarist Kerry King and some of the road crew were having dinner near Occidental College before a gig in  when a homeless man showed up, offering assistant tour manager Jess Cortese a kitten, for only a dollar.
The kitten, now named Gypsy, was adopted by Penny Hamilton-Riley, someone who a member of Slayer’s crew knew wanted a kitten. Now that Gypsy has a loving home, fans are not about to forget the event. Shortly after, fan-made “Adopt Kitties and Worship Satan” t-shirts began to emerge.

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  1. John Roland says:

    Cortese took the kitten, who was freezing, and slept with her on the tour bus and brought her to the venue. But apparently they do, now that the band and crew saved a freezing kitten and brought it to a show afterwards. It is actually a very good deal of buying custom term papers and making sure it works pretty well for me too.

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