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Beth Ostrosky Stern's Pets

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Bella, Yoda, Walter and Pebble

Beth Ostrosky Stern is a well-known animal rights activist and cat rescuer. She at one point opened up her home to over 900 foster cats. While it is almost impossible to determine which cats she has at what time, a quick look at her Instagram feed will let you know just how much she loves cats. In a past interview, she has noted that she has four resident cats named Bella, Yoda, Walter and Pebble.

Bianca (Dog)

Breed: English Bulldog | Adopted 2002

Bianca was Howard and Beth Stern’s beloved English Bulldog. Bianca was adopted from a rescue breeder in 2002 and passed away in 2012. Bianca’s full name was Bianca Romijn-Stamos-O’Connell-Ostrosky-Stern, with the extra names coming from their good friends John Stamos and Rebecca Romijn-Stamos. Then “O’Connell” was added after Rebecca married Jerry O’Connell in 2007. Bianca’s legacy lives on through Bianca’s Furry Friends foundation.

Beth's Furry Friends (Cat)


Beth Stern’s tireless, life-long efforts in helping animals in need led to her founding Beth’s Furry Friends. This organization has spayed or neutered, fostered, and helped get adoptions for thousands of cats and kittens in the United States. Stern was also vital to the creation of Bianc’as Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center and is a spokesperson and board member for the North Shore Animal League.

You can read more about Beth and Howard Stern using their $90 million fortune to help shelter cats.

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Beth Ostrosky Stern is an American actress, author, model, and animal-rights activist married to Howard Stern. Stern received her first noticeable role as one of the daughters of Ben Stiller’s supposed birth parents in the 1996 film Flirting with Disaster. She played a more prominent role four years later in the film Whipped, with Amanda Peet. Stern has also appeared on television, appearing in the final season of G4 show Filter, and the Spike TV series Casino Cinema.

Stern hosted the short-lived National Geographic reality television show Spoiled Rotten Pets in 2013. Later that year, she was named as the host of the first annual Kitten Bowl, a Super Bowl counterprogramming special on the Hallmark Channel which, as of 2019, has continued to air annually with Stern as a cast member.