In addition to discussing her cats, Barrymore got candid about the differences in her approach when it comes to managing her pets and raising her daughters.
She said, "A woman I work with, who’s a behavioralist for children, she said, 'I feel like you have such conviction when it comes to your cats. You're so alpha and strong and unquestionable. And then with your kids, sometimes you’re a little more tentative and nervous.' And I was like, ‘Oh... they’re different.’ But it’s true."
She continued, "I think because I started getting animals when I was younger and I'd been doing it for 20, 30 years now, it's just that command, that no-nonsense. But with the kids, I was like, 'Oh my gosh what do I do?' And I think they just smell my fear. Animals don't smell my fear."
As for whether the mom of two is open to expanding her family of canines and felines, she said, "Oh my gosh, not even a little. I told the girls we are done for a while. I'm like, 'No more.' We're at capacity, but I'll let you know when something changes."
Regarding her partnership with Tidy Cats, Barrymore told us, "I just thought they were very cats over commerce, and I just appreciated how much they cared about the cats' well-being and their comfort."
Sounds like Drew's pets are in the best company.
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