Service Dog Enjoys Broadway's 'Cats' A Little Too Much A service dog and its owner were in the audience of a Broadway performance of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats. Chaos ensued. An usher returned the dog to its owner.
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Service Dog Enjoys Broadway's 'Cats' A Little Too Much

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Service Dog Enjoys Broadway's 'Cats' A Little Too Much

Service Dog Enjoys Broadway's 'Cats' A Little Too Much

Service Dog Enjoys Broadway's 'Cats' A Little Too Much

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A service dog and its owner were in the audience of a Broadway performance of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats. Chaos ensued. An usher returned the dog to its owner.

MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Mary Louise Kelly. We've all been there, you know, you're at a live performance and you get so caught up, you lose track it's not real. So it happened to a dog, a service dog with its owner in the audience of a Broadway performance of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, yeah, "Cats." Chaos ensued, an usher returned the dog to its owner and in related news, pretty sure we now know who deserves the Tony Award for best costume. It's MORNING EDITION.

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