14 Celebrities With Their Unusual Pets
Many celebrities have the usual pet dog and cat. However, there are many who enjoy more unusual animal friends. These pampered pets live the high life and also experience celebrity status.
Singer Miley Cyrus and pet piglet Bubba Sue travel everywhere together. Soccer player David Beckham and wife Victoria (Posh from Spice Girls) have two micro pigs named Elton (John) and David (Furnish). Actress Megan Fox-owned Piggy Smalls until 2012, and George Clooney’s beloved pot-bellied pig Max died in 2006 at the age of 18 weighing 300 pounds.
Actress Reese Witherspoon owns donkeys Honky and Tonky. She has also owned pigs, goats, chickens and a pony. Actress Kirstie Alley has had three sets of twin lemurs for three decades. Leonardi Decaprio’s pet lizard Blizzard accompanied him on the set of the movie Titanic. He has also owned frogs and a tortoise.
Football player Tom Brady and supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen house chickens in a chicken coop. Actors Jennifer Aniston and husband Justin Theroux’s 17 chickens started as a gift of two chickens named Jen and Justin. Actress Tori Spelling’s white bearded silkie bantam chicken named Coco Chanel lives indoors and not outside in the chicken coop with the other chickens. Tori has also owned a pet pig and goat.
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Singer Justin Bieber owned capuchin monkey Mally for a few short months in 2013 until German authorities confiscated him. Michael Jackson’s pet monkey Bubbles is now three decades old and lives in Florida.
Artist Salvadore Dali had an ocelot named Babou and a pair of anteaters. Actress Audrey Hepburn met a European deer fawn named Pippin in 1958 on the set of the movie Green Mansion. She played a girl in the jungle and brought home “lp” to bond with her to benefit the movie.
As this video shows, precious pets come in various species and sizes. Pets of celebrities often become as beloved to fans as their famous owners. Just like common folk, celebrities also have the responsibility to properly care for their animals.