Only fur, and sometimes scales. It’s no secret that pets are becoming increasingly popular. In recent years, they have gained millions of followers, appeared in movies and fashion events, and even written best-selling books. It’s not hard to see why. They always look their best, they’re never late for appointments, and they always know just what to say to make us feel better.

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Pigcasso the Pig Paints to Support her Farm Sanctuary

©Facebook / Farm Sanctuary SA / Pigcasso paints portraits inspired by her landscape A year ago, Pigcasso was a piglet born in a factory farm in South Africa. If she wasn’t saved by her human Joanne, she would be bacon by now. Instead, she’s grown into a true renaissance hog, painting colorful works of art inspired by her beautiful coastal home in Cape Town.

Nala the Cat From Rescue to Riches Makes $15,000 for each Sponsored Post

Meet Nala Cat, if this isn’t your first time on the internet you’ve probably seen her before. The kitty has stunted legs, big periwinkle eyes and, according to MSN, makes $15,500 for each sponsored post. She was adopted by owner Varisiri Mathachittiphan on a whim.

Ludwik The Hairless Nude Guinea Pig Model With over 160K Followers

Meet Ludwik, the nude model unconcerned with dieting. This hot new model is a hairless or “skinny” guinea pig who’s usually photographed next to his snacks. Shoutout to Guinea Pigs for neither being pigs nor from Guinea and being pretty unphased by the whole thing.

Luna is a Bernese Mountain Dog Norway With Over 70k Followers

Luna is a Bernese Mountain Dog from Norway. She’s gained over 70k followers on Instagram in the short time she’s been online. The Berner and her “hooman” Anette, consistently post cute pics of them on adventures.

Venus the two-faced Chimera Cat is a Biological Miracle and also Instafamous

Venus, the two-faced Chimera cat, has over a million followers on both Instagram and Facebook and we can see why. The cat has a captivating two-toned face and different coloured eyes. Credit: @venustwofacecat IG There are two leading theories of why Venus looks the way she does.

Top 10 Instafamous Dogs to Follow That Pull at Your Heart Strings

@Tunameltsmyheart The underdog with the overbite… View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tuna {breed:chiweenie} (@tunameltsmyheart) The underdog with the overbite, Tuna the Chiweenie has a recessed jaw, a floppy neck and over a million followers on Instagram. The dog has a travel blog, Traveling Tuna, and his own merchandise line.

How a Feral Silicon Valley Cat Became Hamilton the Hipster Cat

Hamilton the Hipster Cat @hamilton_the_hipster_cat was once a feral in Silicon Valley. He made an instant connection with his techie dad who adopted him on the spot. For Ham, it’s a classic rags to riches story.

Princess Monster Truck – From the Streets of New York to a Posh Brooklyn Apartment

Princess Monster Truck was discovered on the mean streets of New York by a pair of artists, she now lives the trendy life in her Brooklyn apartment. Monster’s got a fanged underbite that gets it’s own satellite signal and a serious pair of hypnotizing green eyes. View this post on Instagram A post shared by PrincessMonsterTruck © (@princessmonstertruck) The cat, dirty and matted, tumbled out of some bushes late one gloomy night, stared at her future parents and howled through her pearly whites.

Pudge’s Mom Leaves Her Job to Manage The Socialite Cat’s with 600,000 Followers

Pudge The Cat, or Queen P to her dedicated fans, is a proudly mustachioed little lady who boasts over 600k followers on Instagram. She’s got the popularity of a socialite with the attitude of a laid-back dog, spending most of her days off lounging around Kady Lone’s apartment. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Pudge (@pudgethecat) The flat-faced Exotic Shorthair isn’t too concerned about making tons of cash.

Colonel Meow the Whisky Drinking Cat Still Makes YouTube Royalties

It’s safe to say that Colonel Meow was one of the internet’s first cat obsessions. He continues to pull in $5,000 annually in YouTube royalties for looking like a super villain. The feline woolly mammoth became an internet sensation after his owner posted a shot of him in 2011 to Facebook and Instagram looking enraged.