Celebrity Pets That Have Their Own Social Media Accounts
Celebrities are just as obsessed with their pets as everyone else — so much so that some have even created social media accounts for their animals, which have gained some pretty big followings.
Paris Hilton has an entire Instagram dedicated to all of her “fur kids” called Hilton Pets. The special account is where the businesswoman has shared an abundance of footage of her various pets, including Hilton’s many dogs.
The Simple Life alum is such a dedicated dog mom, that she has ensured that they can live their most luxurious lives possible. “My dogs live in this two-story doggy mansion that has air conditioning, heating, designer furniture and a chandelier,” she tweeted in 2017. “Loves it.”
Hilton also created a TikTok page for her adorable animals in July 2020.
Amanda Seyfried launched an Instagram for her rescue dog, Finn, in November 2015. In the pup’s debut post, he was dressed in a coat with a faux fur trim on the hood and seemingly took a phone call. The funny clip was set to “Hello” by Adele.
The Mamma Mia! star’s love for her own dog has led to her becoming an animal activist. “The amazing connection I share with Finn has made me appreciate being present and to not take any moment you have with the people and animals you love for granted,” she told E! News in 2016.
“Our special bond initiated my passion to work with Best Friends Animal Society to ensure we find forever homes for as many homeless and shelter animals as possible, and to have them experience the same joy I feel with Finn.”
“2020: leaves dogsitter a list that includes a mandatory ‘potty time’ song, instruction on how to hand massage his kibble and a note in his lunch box doused in my favorite perfume incase he misses mommy.”
Scroll down to check out all the celebrity pet accounts you need to be following right now!
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Culpo created an Instagram page for her pup, Oliver Sprinkles Culpo McCaffrey, after bringing the furry one home in July 2020.
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The Bachelorette winner created an Instagram page for his dog, Walter, in June 2020. He adopted the pup after his dog Tucker died that April.
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In June 2020, the “Let’s Get Loud” singer created an Instagram page for the puppy she gifted her son, Max. The profile features photos of the Goldendoodle bonding with their Lopez, Max, her daughter, Emme, and her fiancé, Alex Rodriguez.
“Hi! I love my new family. Here is my daddy Max and Auntie Emme. I love my grandmama @JLo and granddaddy @Arod,” the pup’s first Instagram post read. “I don’t have a name yet … what should it be? Tyson or Yankee?! :dog:.”
The American Idol judge created an Instagram for her dog, Nugget, ahead of the release of her music video for “Small Talk,” which features the canine.
“Just some #SmallTalk on #InternationalDogDay with @missnuggetperry. See you at The Mutt Ball, where we make fetch happen,” she captioned an Instagram picture in August 2019.
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Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick
The Bachelor Nation couple adopted a Golden Retriever named Noodle in early 2019 and wasted no time creating an Instagram page where they showcase his daily adventures.
The account transformed to include their second dog, named Pinot, who they adopted later that year.
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Kylie Jenner’s love for her pets even led to her skipping the 2016 American Music Awards when her dogs Norman and Bambi Jenner had puppies.
The pair of Italian Greyhounds appeared in the selfie queen’s photos on Instagram so often that she went ahead and made them their very own account. Follow them on Instagram @normieandbambijenner.
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Mike “The Situation” and Lauren Sorrentino
The twosome, who wed in November 2018, have an Instagram page dedicated to their Golden Retriever Moses.
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Miss Asia Kinney might have Taylor Kinney’s last name, but she sure has her mom Lady Gaga’s sense of style.
The pair has split since adopting the French Bulldog but the Instagram account continues to thrive with the cutest photos of the pup’s styles and lavish lifestyle.
Miss Asia is no stranger to the camera, since she modeled for Coach in the past, so her photos on Insta are definitely worth the follow. Find her at @missasiakinney.
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Andy Cohen’s pup Wacha Cohen, who was rescued from a kill shelter in West Virginia, will have you giggling over his captions on Instagram.
His photos are super-entertaining and it shows just how close his bond is with his human. Follow him @therealwacha.
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The late Carrie Fisher left behind an adorable French Bulldog named Gary, who has become a star of his own on Instagram.
Back in December 2016, his farewell posts to his mom, who died after suffering a heart attack, broke fans’ hearts.
He also has his own Twitter account, @realgaryfisher, and continues to update fans on his whereabouts on his verified Instagram account, @garyfisher.
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Paris Hilton’s late dog Tinkerbell was once one of the most recognizable pets in Hollywood. Since then, Paris has become a mom to several other furry friends and she has created a whole page that showcases their luxurious canine lives. Follow them all @hiltonpets!
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If you are a dog lover and have a thing for nature, Amanda Seyfried’s Australian Sheperd, Finn, is literally living the life of your dreams.
Finn updates often and his Instagram account will make you want to go outside and explore just like he does. Find him at @finnsite.
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Christina El Moussa
French Bulldogs have appeared quite a lot on this list, and Christina El Moussa‘s dog Cash is another must-follow.
The HGTV star welcomed Cash into her family in March and has since shared tons of photos of them living their best lives together. For more photos of the Frenchie, follow him on Instagram @cashiethefrenchbulldog.
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Olive Beckham is part of a super famous and good-looking family, and the Cocker Spaniel is not too far behind in the looks department herself.
The pup has not updated her Instagram account in a while, but there are some cute pics to look at, including a selfie with her big brother Brooklyn. Check them out @olivebeckham23!
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The R&B singer’s dog, Kane Songz, has his own Instagram account and his very own fanbase. During Trey’s most recent tour, his fans made posters dedicated to the black and white Frenchton. Talk about popular! Follow him at @kanesongz.
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Diana Chopra, Priyanka Chopra‘s dog, is just as much a star as her mom! Diana has her own Instagram account under the name @diariesofdiana and the photos she shares of her adventures are adorable.
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Ricky Gervais cat, Ollie, is a Twitter star! With more than 38k followers, the cat often responds to the comedian’s tweets with the same sense of humor as his dad.
Gervais shares photos of Ollie often and pairs them with some pretty hilarious captions. Follow Ollie on Twitter @myleftfang.