‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Noah Brown Just ‘Adopted’ This Adorable Kitten

by Joe Rutland
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It’s definitely worth a look when “Alaskan Bush People” star Noah Brown happened to show off his “adopted” kitten.

Brown shared a picture of the sweet-looking cat on his Instagram account. Take a look at what he also wrote in the post.

Ain’t that a cutie, Outsiders?

Well, this season for “Alaskan Bush People” is quite different from others and that’s on a sad note.

Billy Brown, the family patriarch, died on Feb. 7, 2021, at 68 years old. He had been in ill health for a number of years.

“Alaskan Bush People” airs on The Discovery Channel.

‘Alaskan Bush People’ Fans Give Bird Brown Hard Time About Cat Care

While we are on the topic of cats, Outsiders, let’s give you some info about some fans of the show giving Bird Brown some heat.

Why? It’s about cat care. See, Bird Brown had returned to Alaska and is spending time up there with family on “Alaskan Bush People.”

But she also asked her brother Gabe to take care of her cats until she returned home.

And, friends, this is where things get real nasty and smelly.

So, Bird lives in a camper and uses her shower as a litter box.

But she has 20 cats living with her. Guess what happens? Yep, it’s dirty.

“Ok…I have watched the Browns since the beginning..love the family and the show. BUT. OMG Bird’s shower is the cat litter box? That is just beYOND nasty,” one viewer wrote.

“Clearly, from Gabe’s inability to hide his disgust from the smell….I can’t unsee that…and I KNOW the cat piss smell of that whole camper is HORRIFIC. Bird….come on,” another one wrote.

Family Members Discover Their Boat ‘The Integrity’ In Some Tough Condition

As we mentioned, the Brown family went back to Alaska for a reason.

Rain, Bird, and Bear are going to try and locate “The Integrity” before rough weather comes around. Bear, who is 34 years old, explained their job.

“Dad’s tasked us with a couple [of] things before we leave Alaska,” Bear Brown said. “He wants us to check out ‘The Integrity.’ He wants us to make sure that she’s still good and ship-shape, and then he wants us to find someone who will watch it until we can come back and get it. But we’re just running out of time.”

A show promo shows the “Alaskan Bush People” stars walking down a snow-covered dock. They find it and they are happy to do so.

“It’s almost like being in some kind of [an] alternate reality, seeing ‘The Integrity,’ the way that it looks now,” Bear said. “It looks so vastly different from when we last saw it.”

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