The world of Hollywood is filled with glitz, glamour, and oh, let’s not forget about fur babies. Yes, that’s right – celebrity pets are just as famous as their owners. From fancy designer dogs to exotic animals like tigers and monkeys, these pampered pets live a life most of us can only dream about. But just how far will celebrities go for their furry friends?
The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco was married on June 30th to equestrian Karl Cook. The best part? The couple’s gift registry was adorably dedicated to their four-legged friends in need.
Eva Longoria posted a heartbreaking story on her social media. Her beloved dog Jinxy had passed away in her arms following a stroke. Jinxy, a 15-year-old Maltese, was the Desperate Housewives star’s best friend.
Couple Grant Gustin and LA Thoma have a type: Fluffy white dogs. The recently-engaged duo seem to either be cloning their pooch or buying legit the exact same dog. Check out the pic below to see if you can tell which doggy is which.
The Harry Styles Gucci campaign took an odd – but adorable – turn when the shoot included two live chickens and several fluffy dogs. Oh, and it was shot in a local London fish n’ chips shop. View this post on Instagram A post shared by @gucci Credit: @gucci IG Credit: @gucci IG Credit: @gucci IG Credit: @gucci IG The shoot’s for the new autumn/winter 2018-19 tailoring campaign.
Want to restore your faith in humanity? Just google Tom Holland. Recently, the Avengers star found a stray dog wandering around a neighborhood.
Jennifer Garner recently mourned the loss of her pet chicken, Regina George, but is replacing her clucking best friend with a few hundred other creatures. Garner recently bought an ant farm for herself and her kids, Violet, 12, Seraphina, 9, and Samuel, 6 and posted it on her Instagram story. She also posted a touching tribute to Regina George on her Instagram, describing her love for the chicken.
Drake has been pretty busy the last couple years. In 2016 he released his fourth album Views. He launched his Summer Sixteen tour that year with Future.
Foolishly, Chris Evans thought he could film a scene for Gifted in an animal shelter and not leave with a dog. Luckily for himself and Dodger, that was a lie. The Avengers star adopted Dodger that day.
No one loved their canines more than Barbara Bush. The former First Lady passed away April 17th, 2018 at the age of 92. She will be missed by many, but none more than her dogs.
Meghan Markle’s beagle, Guy, hit the fur-ever fam jackpot. At one point in his life, Guy was waiting patiently to be adopted at a shelter. He came to A Dog’s Dream Rescue in Oakville, Ontario from Kentucky.