While their four-legged friends could be modeling for a Vogue video shoot or hosting a big birthday party, we’re here to highlight some proud celeb pet parents.
Actress Amanda Seyfried met her Australian shepherd Finn while working on HBO's hit series "Big Love". A litter of puppies reportedly showed up on set and Seyfried agreed to foster Finn until someone with a less hectic schedule could adopt him. She ended up falling in love.
Finn inspired her to advocate for homeless pets and practice motherhood before she had her daughter. Finn has his own Instagram, where he is often pictured living the life most of us can only dream about. He has even done a Vogue video shoot in which Seyfried treats him more like a roommate than a pet.
Prince William and Duchess Kate
Prince William and Kate Middleton got an English cocker spaniel named Lupo as a wedding present from Kate's brother, James. Lupo reportedly was born to Ella, the Middletons' family dog. In his first year under the royal care, Lupo was named the "50th most fascinating person" in Great Britain by Tatler magazine. It appears they were a little too flexible with their definition of "person".
We have no doubt that Lupo is super sweet, but it seems he hasn't gotten the approval of Queen Elizabeth, who did not invite him to the palace for Christmas in 2013 for fear he may not behave diplomatically with her corgis.
After Star Wars icon Carrie Fisher passed away in December 2016, her daughter, actress Billie Lourd, took in her mom's beloved French bulldog, Gary. Lourd has a French bulldog too. Her name is Tina, and she is good friends with Gary.
According to the New York Daily News, Gary was like a child to Fisher, often seen with her on public events. Tina has been seen on Lourd's Instagram page lounging in a hammock and cuddled up with the Scream Queens star. Lourd readily refers to Tina as her "dogter" and herself as Tina's mother," so Gary is definitely in good hands.
The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco is a self-described animal lover, and it shows. The actress has three dogs: Norman, Ruby, and Shirley. All rescues. Her Instagram is even named after Norman and littered with photos of her furbabies.
Cuoco's dogs made headlines in 2016 after the actress shared a Fourth of July photo of her dogs posing on an American flag that was placed on the ground like a blanket. Followers scolded her for allowing her dogs to stand on the flag. Cuoco owned up to her mistake and publically apologized.
Ruby Rose, star of "Orange Is the New Black " has definitely adopted the co-sleeping method of parenting, at least when it comes to her pets, and her Instagram is full of evidence of that. Rose even has a story highlight titled "Just Dogs" which is pretty self-explanatory.
In 2016, Rose took Ru the dog with her while she filmed "xXx: The Return of Xander Cage" in the Dominican Republic, giving her furry friend a luxurious tropical vacation, complete with poolside snuggles and long naps in a huge bed. The latest vacation we've been to was a night in a tent in our own back yard but we're not going to cry about it. Except we are.
Taylor Swift treats her cats, Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson, like royalty. The felines are named after her favorite television characters from "Grey's Anatomy" and "Law and Order: SVU" and are definitely members of Swift's famous squad.
Meredith and Olivia got to chill with some Hollywood A-listers such as Ed Sheeran, Gigi Hadid, and even Olivia Benson herself—actress Mariska Hargitay. Swift, a self-proclaimed cat lady, often talks to the felines as if they were humans. Some would call it crazy, we call it adorable.
Asia, Lady Gaga's French bulldog, has hundreds of thousands of Insta-followers. In 2017, Gaga threw little miss Asia a third birthday bash, which looked more like a party for a 3-year-old human (we're talking My Little Pony and Peppa Pig balloons). Asia's birthday present that year was a Versace dog bed that probably costs more than our house.
She also participates in spa days, modeling sessions, and has even appeared with Mother Monster on the cover of Harper's Bazaar in 2014. Oh, to live the life of doggie luxury!
Paris Hilton is the poster-child for spoiling fur babies. The heiress is known for always carrying a teeny tiny dog with her wherever she goes, and she also has a custom-made two-story doghouse where her dogs stay when they aren't hanging out in their mother's purse.
The pooch palace costs like decades-worth rent of a standard apartment and features top-notch designer furniture. Hilton also reportedly has a whole menagerie that includes lapdogs, cats, ferrets, gliders, a pony, a pig, and a parrot.
Popstar Miley Cyrus loves all animals. And when we say "love" we mean "borderline obsessed with". Her current pet inventory lists seven dogs, two pigs, three cats, and two horses.
Each of those pets gets a proper home and even joins Cyrus on vacations whenever possible. They are also featured on her Instagram account because we all know that things that aren't documented on Instagram never really happen.
Britney Spears's current net worth is $215 million. With her international career which spans two decades, it's not surprising. The real surprise is how much of it she spends on her dogs (last time we checked there were five of them but things could be changing this very minute).
According to a 2015 TMZ report, Spears spends tens of thousands of dollars on pet care a year. How? Well, when a single trip to the groomers costs $300, and the yearly cost of dogsitter adds up to more than $10,000, spending a few-cars-worth on your dog a year sort of... happens.
Actress Jennifer Aniston is known for her love of animals. She currently owns two dogs, Sophie and Clyde. The two enjoy the lazy, pampered lifestyle reserved only for the rich, the famous, and the people who happen to have custom-made imported sheets lying around.
An Us Weekly report revealed that Aniston's late dog, Norman (who passed away in 2011) enjoyed being spoiled with diet organic food and a personal masseuse.
Chris Evans (AKA Captain America) is many things. He is talented, he is good looking, and he is the proud owner of a dog named Dodger. Although if you ask him he would say he doesn't like to think of it as ownership because he believes they are "just buds".
Dodger is heavily featured in Evans's Twitter. You can see him going on walks, joining his human on film sets, or curling up in his arms on his bed. We know a few people who would love to do the same.
This dog-loving diva has eight Jack Russells. Having so many furbabies to take care of could be really hard and add up to heaps of money. But Carey doesn't care about all of that.
The insane amounts of money she spends on her dogs could pay our bills for a long, LONG time. Carey reportedly sends her dogs to spa treatments that add up to a combined expense of $45,000 a year. She also sends them on vacations in fancy dog hotels and has them flying first class like royals.
Just like a true Kardashian, Kylie Jenner simply doesn't know when to stop, and that applies to pets too. What started with a single dog named Norman a few years ago turned into eight furbabies under her care.
Just like Paris Hilton, Jenner has also built a full-on mansion for her pooches. The luxurious house is fully habitable and would probably make a great Airbnb for any human who wants to feel like a monarch for a day or two.
Real Housewife Lisa Vanderpump is a star, but her dog Giggy may be an even bigger star (probably the biggest star of her total of 6 dogs). With an impressive selection of designer clothes and crystal bowls to drink from, Giggy is already living like a diva. And every self-respecting diva needs an agent, right?
So little Giggy gets to meet Hollywood's finest (Jennifer Lawrence and Drake just to name a few), and get booked on jobs through an agent. Basically, the *dog* is making enough money to never have to work again. Except dogs don't really have any kids to put through college.
Chanel's late head of design and creative director, Karl Lagerfeld didn't care about many things other than Choupette, his cat. This fabulous white feline has two maids at her beck and call. They play with her, groom her, and basically make her a real-life aristocat.
Her shiny fur stays fluffy and spotless thanks to quadruple brushing sessions a day. The cat has modeled for different campaigns, which earned her 3 million euros. Now, how about sharing the wealth, eh?
Queen Elizabeth II
It is no secret that Queen Elizabeth has a special place in her heart for corgis. Pembroke Welsh Corgis to be exact. Her obsession with the breed started with her beloved dog Susan, who gave birth to a pack of other royal doggos.
Over the years, the pack has seen crossbreeding and changes in the number of members, but they were always treated like royals. They have their own bedroom in the Palace, featuring individual wicker beds with clean sheets. They also have a chef making their food. We're just going to sit in the corner and cry quietly while eating corn out of a can.
You can't expect someone like Oprah to have dogs and not treat them like they are the best thing put on god's green earth. Her three dogs, Sunny, Lauren, and Sadie are being treated like rockstars.
Oprah has even written her dogs into her will. She has reportedly left them a $30 million trust in case anything happens to her. Somehow, we think they could do well with a lot less. But we call a yogurt container dinner, so what do we know really?
Forever the favorite Golden Girl, Betty White has a soft spot for animals. She was raised by parents who would often bring home a dog or a cat that followed them home and keep it. These days, White's four-legged companion is a retired guide dog that answers to the name Pontiac.
The dog has a favorite chew-toy snowman and a trust fund (yes, it's a thing), that's worth $5,000,000. White and Pontiac are known to spend Christmas Day together, and if that's not the cutest thing you've ever heard, you might want to consider replacing your heart with one that's not made of stone.
Model and actress Cara Delevigne has a beautiful husky crossbreed named Leo, and she spoils Him Rotten. The doggo is often seen alongside his human at major fashion events, wearing designer clothing and flying private jets.
Leo is named after Cara's astrological sign and the two are so inseparable, she might as well call the catwalk she works on "dogwalk".
Olivia Palermos's little white Maltese is called Mr. Butler. And if you think the name sounds official, wait until you see him strutting the streets in an outfit that matches his mom's.
Palermo often carries him around and has him with her at industry events, which makes him one of the most stylish dogs in the world.
Most entries on this list are cats and dogs, which is cute, but honestly a little basic. Channing Tatum and his horse, Smoke, are here to stand out (not that he needs any help standing out looking the way he does). Smoke was a birthday present given to Tatum from his ex-wife, Jenna Dewan.
She got him the rescue horse for his 36th birthday when the two were still together. Smoke enjoys prancing around the ranch and sniffing on Tatum's beer.
When Cleo the cat was just a kitten living in a car engine, she was found by supermodel Gigi Hadid, and her life hasn't been the same since.
Hadid enjoys showing Cleo off on social media and has even set up an Instagram account just for her. Cleo and Gigi now always keep each other company and make the Hadid fans jealous of a cat who's probably living a better life than most of them.
Pets on this list live in luxurious mansions, huge homes, and even in palaces. But none of them has lived in the White House. Well, none but Bo.
Bo is a Portuguese Water Dog and he was gifted to the Obamas from Edward Kennedy. It didn't take long for him to become friends with the Obamas' other dog, Sunny, and turn into a White House staple.
Another celebrity who takes her pooch wherever she goes is Jennifer Lawrence. The pooch in question is called Pippi and she is a sweet Jack Russell Terrier. Little Pippi has her own crowd of Twitter followers who keep up with her envy-inducing life.
The Jennifer/Pippi relationship goes both ways. This means that they've got each other's back. Pippi actually made headlines when Lawrence was filming "Red Sparrow" — while filming a heated scene, Pippi thought her human was actually in danger and rushed on to set to save her. Adorable!
Mittens. Bucky. Max. Some pet names have been used so much you can call them out at any dog park and have 20 canines rushing to your side. But Katy Perry was a little more original than that and named her cat Kitty Purry. Fabulous, isn't it?
The cat first rose to fame after appearing in Perry's music video to the song "I Kissed a Girl" and unfortunately passed away in spring 2020. Perry still has two toy poodles (Mighty and Nugget) she raises with her partner Orlando Bloom. So the dogs are living their best life, and we get to... write about it? How is this fair?
Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale lives like a Hollywood star. Which makes sense since she is a Hollywood star. But her dog living the life of a Hollywood star? Now that makes a little less sense.
Hale's doggo is a Maltipoo called Elvis and he has the Instagram following of a well-established influencer. Elvis and his mommy are always at each other's side and it's just as sweet as you'd think.
Tom Hardy has created himself a tough-guy image with his motorcycles and his stubble and his fabulous abs and- what were we talking about? Oh yeah, pets. Tough as he may seem, you just need to see him once around his dogs to see through him.
Hardy has a few dogs of his own, which get access to set whenever he's busy filming. Other than them, he also fosters other dogs before they find a more permanent home. Super swoon-worthy.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas
When Priyanka and Nick got married, they each brought their own furbaby to the mix. Chopra brought Diana, and Jonas brought Gino. Each pooch is enjoying the sweetest life imaginable at the side of the hottest couple in Hollywood.
The furbabies' lives are documented in their individual Instagram accounts, managed by their human parents. Their lives include cuddles, vacations, and having more fun than you.
In 2012, Bruno Mars adopted a rottweiler puppy and named him Geronimo. He soon became the kind of guy who obsessively posts pictures of his dog, to which he apologized in a “sorry not sorry” kind of way.
Geronimo soon got his own Instagram and Twitter where Bruno was free to spam the followers with Geronimo pics to his heart's content. Several years after his adoption, Mars and his girlfriend brought him a little brother called Pico.
Aussi actor Hugh Jackman is great not only on screen but also as a puppy parent. His two pups are called Allegra and Dali and he might as well list them as his biological children. He even Skypes with them when he's away from home!
Jackman got Allegra as a 2014 Christmas present but no one knows who it was from. Well, HE obviously knows who it's from, he just won't tell us. Dali was bought by Jackman's wife and son. They named him after the son's favorite artist — Salvador Dali. Jackman himself calls Dali "chief of staff" or "chairman of the board".
Tom Holland, AKA the latest Peter Parker, may play Spider-Man, but he's less passionate about arachnids than he is about canines. His dog, Tessa, is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier and he says he would love to live her life for a day.
Tessa joined Holland on the red carpet at the premiere of his 2020 film, "Doolittle". She is into cuddles, belly rubs, and tearing her plush toys limb from limb.
Don't worry, there is a dog in this picture. We promise. Once you try looking past those dreadlocks, you'll see that it's not a mop, but an actual, living, breathing dog named Beast.
His breed was originally developed as a Hungarian sheepdog, but this beauty belongs to Mark Zuckerberg, so he probably does nothing of the sort. He is, however, a good fur-brother to Zuckerberg's daughter, who's reported to have said "dog" as her first word.
Just like his ex, Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth just can't get enough of his dogs. He reportedly has two who answer to the names Tani and Dora (a pitbull and a Labradoodle respectively) with the combined pet worth of over $1 million.
Dora the Labradoodle was named after the name character from "Dora the Explorer" and is heavily featured on his Instagram. How aDORAble is that?
If Ariana Grande ever decides to take all of her pets with her on a road trip, she will probably need a bus or two. This rescue and adoption advocate doesn't just talk the talk but walks the walk with ten pets (at least for now).
She has 9 dogs and a pig, aptly named Piggy Smallz. With a schedule as busy as hers, Grande still makes sure all of her furbabies are taken care of. She either takes some with her on the road or rehomes them with friends and family when she's away.
Following Ryan Reynolds on social media is one of the best ways to cheer yourself up. Other than being a talented actor, Reynolds is hysterically funny, and his dog, Billie, brings the best out of him.
When introducing Billie to the world in an Instagram post, Reynolds wrote that after the dog graduated from obedience training she became "a leash-free, stress-free, fur-covered badass. And a certified general accountant."
You might know her as Marnie from the hit TV show "Girls", but Allison Williams is more than just an actress, she's also a dog mom. Incredibly obsessed with her dog, Moxie, Williams' Instagram is littered with pics of her and her pooch.
It looks like Moxie is Williams' favorite nap companion. She was adopted from the North Shore Animal League shelter a few years ago and turned Williams into an adoption advocate who can't get enough of her pup.
Mostly known from his years on SNL and for his talk show, Seth Meyers is so attached to his dog, Frisbee, he considers him as the non-person member of his family.
In an effort to better understand Frisbee's thoughts and feelings, Meyers is known for having various animal psychics over to read his dog's mind. Honestly, you'd think he's talking about one of his actual kids. In fact, Meyers once said on his show that even as a married man with children, Frisbee is still the best asset in his life. Cool priorities, man.
It seems that Chrissy Teigen has made it a point to have the animals in her household outnumber the humans. This means that as a married mother of two, she must have at least 5 pets.
And she does. Let's start with the four dogs: Penny and Pippa, Puddy, and Pepper (try saying that three times in a row). Next, the house menagerie includes a hamster called Peanut Butter, and a bearded dragon lizard (which is a lot cuter than it sounds) named Beardy.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is known for his career as a WWE wrestler and as an actor. His tall and impressive form calls for parts of a certain kind — race car driver, lifeguard, and other action characters. But seeing this huge man around his tiny French Bulldog Hobbs looks like a scene taken from a comedy rather than an action film.
The two are inseparable, with Hobbs whining whenever Johnson has to leave the house. Hobbs also "helps around" with Johnson's workout, although the man could probably benchpress 20 of him without breaking a sweat.
Actress Olivia Wilde has human children named Otis and Daisy, and a furbaby named Elvis. She and her husband rescued Elvis from a shelter when they learned he was on the kill list.
The sweet little pup was three years old when he made his Instagram debut in 2017, along with a post encouraging other people to adopt some four-legged friends too.
Actress, singer, dancer, and designer Zendaya has quite the resume for a 23-year-old. Add being a dog mom to her Miniature Schnauzer and you'll soon be scratching your head trying to figure out how she does it all.
The sweet pooch is called Noon — an homage to Midnight, her late childhood Schnauzer. Zendaya used the services of Cesar Millan to help with the pup's obedience training, and now the two spend every possible minute together.
When actress Selma Blair had to say goodbye to her late dog, Ducky, she could still find a place in her heart to adopt another pup. The rescue dog is called Cappuccino Houston (but her friends call her Cappy) and is great friends with Blair's son, Arthur.
Blair describes Cappuccino as a "shy girl". She needed some patience and work at first, but Blair says she is a "kind and dear girl." We believe her.
Millie Bobby Brown
The "Stanger Things" legend, Millie Bobby Brown, AKA Eleven, is not only a talented actress but also a dog mom to a huge doggo named Dolly.
Dolly has her own Instagram page with thousands of followers, and she recently got a new furry sister. Millie's newest furbaby is a little poodle named Winnie. She got her several months ago as a companion for whenever she's filming on locations away from home.
Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady
Gisele and Tom are one of the most attractive couples in Hollywood, and just like every model family, they too have a few dogs for their family portrait.
Their latest addition is an adopted puppy with the unoriginal name of Fluffy. Fluffy joins two other fur-siblings — Scooby and Lua, who's already famous in her own right after modeling for charity several times.
You know how some houses have a "Beware of Dog" sign hanging at the entrance? If Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell ever decide to get it, they are going to need more than just one for their furry pack.
When researching, we found out the two have at least six: two labradors, a cocker spaniel, a jack russell, a bulldog, and a huge Alaskan Malamute. They all get time in the spotlight courtesy of Goldie's Instagram.
Always an animal rights advocate, Emmy Rossum has three dogs and a cat. All of which she rescued from the Best Friend Animal Society.
Her cat's name is Fiona, and all of her dogs are named after spices: Pepper, Sugar, and Cinnamon, who's the most famous of the bunch. Rossum is often seen carrying Cinnamon around Beverly Hills, living the sweet life at her mommy's side.
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner
This Hollywood power couple may not have children of their own, but they have a few furbabies that are being treated like you would treat a Saudi Prince, including trips around the world in a personalized Jonas plane.
The two have an Alaskan Klee Kai and a golden retriever to pamper and cuddle with. The former was even present at their wedding with his very own doggie tux that matched the other groomsmen.
Olivia Munn has two pups named Frankie and Chance. But the actress is also devoted to helping other doggos find a loving home. In 2019 she partnered with the Shelter Pet Project and she now serves as their ambassador, promoting rescue and adoption.
Munn's dogs truly are her best friends. She even gets them presents for the holidays. "They get stockings at Christmas and they got toys and a special cookie on Valentine’s Day," Munn said to the Hollywood Reporter.