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Stalking Cat (also known as Cat Man; real name Dennis Avner, born August 27, 1958 in Tonopah, Nevada, USA; died November 5, 2012) was a person who held the world record for the most body modifications through which he surgically altered his body to resemble his totem, a tiger. Stalking Cat was also part of the furry fandom.
On November 5, 2012, Stalking Cat was found dead in his home. A cause of death has never been officially reported.
- Ripley's Believe It or Not! (episode #2.11, April 25, 2001)
- Larry King Live (episode of January 3, 2002).
- Anna in Wonderland, a BBC documentary in July 2002, which had a half-hour segment about furries.
- Russian Roulette (American game show; 2002 Halloween episode).
- Ripley's Believe It or Not! (episode #3.1, December 18, 2002)
- Arabella (2002 or 2003; German talk show).
- Jensen! (2007; Dutch talk show).
- Weird, True & Freaky (episode "Humanimals"; December 16, 2008)
- The World's Strangest Plastic Surgery and Me (April 12, 2010)
- "Cat Match Fever" (San Diego CityBeat, April 28, 2004)
- "Catman's transformation raises concerns over extreme surgery" (The Seattle Times, August 16, 2005)
- "Cat Man - the human 'tiger' who enjoys climbing trees and eats raw meat every day" (The Daily Mail, September 6, 2008)
- "I used to be a bloke but I'm all right MIAOW" (The Sun. September 6, 2008)
- Dennis Avner on the Internet Movie Database. Retrieved November 10, 2012
- "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, Hosts Game Show Network's Three-Hour Halloween-Themed Primetime Programming Marathon" on prnewswire.com. Retrieved November 10, 2012
- "Russian Roulette: Halloween Episode (1 of 4)" — video on YouTube. Uploaded December 22, 2007. Retrieved November 10, 2012
- "Catman" - video clip from Arabella on YouTube. Retrieved November 15, 2012
- "Hi from amsterdam" - posting on Stalking Cat's LiveJournal. Datred April 8, 2007. Retrieved November 15, 2012
- The World's Strangest Plastic Surgery and Me on Britain's channel four. Retrieved November 10, 2012