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Drew Barrymore's Pets

Does Drew Barrymore Have Any Pets?

Drew Barrymore has eight pets which include a rescue dog, five rescue cats, a snake, and a bearded dragon.

Douglas (Dog)

Breed: Mixed Breed | Adopted 2010

Drew Barrymore has two rescue dogs. One is a Labrador mix named Douglas who was a stray. Douglas was born in 2010, but it’s unknown how old the pup was when she adopted him.

Lucky, Peach, and Fern (Cat)

Adopted Jan 2018

Drew Barrymore adopted three rescue cats named Lucky, Peach, and Fern in January 2018. She planned on just adopting one but then decided to get a three-pack with her daughters Olive and Frankie getting Lucky and Peach, respectively. And Barrymore got Fern. When asked about her pets by People Magazine in April 2023, Barrymore discussed having four cats and mention all her cats’ names except for Fern. Barrymore hasn’t commented on what happened to Fern, but we’ll assume Fern is no longer with her.

Lucy (Dog)

Breed: Golden Retriever

Drew Barrymore adopted a white golden retriever named Lucy, who was her dog Douglas’ girlfriend. Many fans believe Lucy is named after Barrymore’s character in 50 First Dates with Adam Sandler. Lucy sadly passed in March 2024.

Oliver (Dog)

Breed: German Shepherd Mix | Adopted Jan 2012

Drew Barrymore adopted Oliver, a German Shepherd mix, in January 2012. Oliver has since passed away.

Jeremy (Reptile)

Breed: Bearded Dragon

Drew Barrymore has a pet Bearded Dragon lizard named Jeremy that’s BFFs with her cat Lucky (photo for proof).

Drew Barrymore's pet Big Kitty and Little Kitty Barrymore

Big Kitty and Little Kitty Barrymore (Cat)

Adopted 2019

Drew Barrymore adopted two more cats around 2019 or 2020, named Big Kitty and Little Kitty.

Drew Barrymore's pet Cecil

Cecil (Snake)

Drew Barrymore has a pet snake named Cecil, that her daughter Olive won in a school raffle.

Flossie (Dog)

Breed: Labrador | Adopted 1994

Drew Barrymore had a beloved Labrador-Chow mix named Flossie who she adopted in 1994. Flossie passed away at the age of 16 in 2010, with Barrymore spreading her ashes on the Ganges River in India. In the year 2000, when Barrymore was engaged to comedian Tom Green, Flossie saved them from a house fire. A fire broke out in her 3,500 house near Beverly Hills, which caused around $700,000 in damages. After the near-tragic event, Barrymore’s spokesperson told the L.A. Times, “Their dog, Flossie, awoke the two about 3:30 a.m. when she barked and “literally banged on their bedroom door. Flossie was really the main alert that there was a fire.”

Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore Pets


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Drew Barrymore is an American actress, producer, and director best known for her work in both film and television. She gained fame as a child actress with her breakout role in Steven Spielberg’s “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” (1982) and went on to star in a number of successful films. She’s most recently known for hosting The Drew Barrymore Show, which premiered in 2020.

Her notable films include three with Adam Sandler titled “The Wedding Singer” (1998), “Never Been Kissed” (1999), and “50 First Dates” (2004). Other iconic films starring Barrymore include “Charlie’s Angels” and its sequel, where she starred alongside Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu. She also starred in the horror-comedy series “Santa Clarita Diet” which ran for three seasons from 2017 until 2019, alongside Timothy Olyphant, Liv Hewson, and Skyler Gisondo.

Aside from her acting work, Drew Barrymore has also made significant contributions as a producer and director. She founded her own production company, Flower Films, which has produced a number of successful films, including “Charlie’s Angels” (2000) and “Donnie Darko” (2001). She has also directed a handful of feature films, including “Whip It” (2009) and “The Stand-In” (2020).

In addition to her work in the entertainment industry, Drew Barrymore is also a strong advocate for animal welfare. She has been involved with a number of organizations that promote animal rights, and has also been vocal about her own experiences with adopting and rescuing pets. In 2018, she released a book titled “Find It In Everything,” which featured her own photographs of heart-shaped objects, with a portion of the proceeds going to the ASPCA. She also hosts a talk show, “The Drew Barrymore Show,” which often features segments highlighting animal rescue efforts.