I'm a huge animal lover, so I thought it would be fun to take a look at some adorable celebrity pets. Now, I have two things to say before I start. First of all, I'm judging the pets here, not the owners – there are some celebrities I may not like, but they've still got way cute critters. Second of all, I didn't realize how many celebrities are dog people! It's hard to find any other pets – but don't worry, I found a few others, some of which are quite unusual!
1 Nancy: Holly Madison
Holly Madison may not be a traditional celebrity (although, kill me, I think she's kind of sweet), but she's definitely got an adorable celebrity pet. Not only that, but it's quite unusual. Holly has a ferret who goes by the name of Nancy. Better still, she adopted Nancy. Lots of people buy ferrets, only to realize that they can't or don't want to take care of them properly, so it's great that Nancy ended up with someone who obviously loves her.
2 Vida Blue: Demi Moore
Demi Moore and her husband (you might know the name – Ashton Kutcher) own lots of animals, and especially lots of dogs. One of my favorites is Vida Blue, who is an adorable chihuahua. I confess, I'm a fan of little dogs; I've had one since I was 10 (currently, it's a miniature dachshund). Vida's beautiful and, like all of Demi and Ashton's pets, very clearly adored.
3 Lexi: Julianne Hough
I'm a huge fan of spaniels, whether they're Cocker Spaniels or, like Julianne Hough's adorable celebrity pet, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. Julianne's Spaniel is named Lexi – a lovely name for a lovely dog. This is one of my favorite celebrity pets, because she's so obviously cared for and loved very much. Plus, oh my goodness, that face!
4 Princess Annabell: Paris Hilton
Say what you will about Paris Hilton, and her tendency to use her pups as fashion accessories, but she still loves her animals. She spoils them like crazy – they have their own mini-mansion! She makes this list in part because her cat, Princess Annabelle, is absolutely lovely, and also partly because, well, she finally has a cat instead of a dog! I wonder how that goes down with all those pooches...
5 Quiji: Bai Ling
Bai Ling is kind of … well, one of a kind. Her pet is one of a kind as well. Quiji is part cat and, of all things, part cheetah. I didn't even know you could keep an animal like that! One of Bai Ling's ex-boyfriends gave her the exotic cat, whom she evidently loves very much. In fact, Quiji is allowed to sleep in the bed with her mistress!
6 Hemingway: Pete Wentz
I love English Bulldogs. They've got so much personality! One of my best friends has the cutest one I've ever seen, but Pete Wentz's come in at a close second. Hemingway, who can be seen in lots of photos with the former Fall Out Boy member, also has a great name, which is probably why I'm so partial. His little face has so much personality!
7 Tucker: Felicity Huffman
Like I said, I'm a huge fan of small dogs. Felicity Huffman has one of the tiniest dogs I've ever seen – and the fact that Tucker is the picture of the beloved, cared-for pooch just makes it better. Felicity doesn't hide her love for her teensy baby. I wonder if Bill Macy feels the same way?
8 Bo: the Obamas
The Obamas aren't stars in the traditional sense either, but they, too, still have an adorable celebrity pet. I don't know if any dog has gotten quite as much attention as Bo, but it's clear that he gets just as much attention from the First Family. I imagine he also loves all the room he has to run around the White House, don't you?
9 East: Jessica Biel
Jessica Biel is another dog lover, and evidently always has been. At least count, she had three of them – a girl after my own heart! One of the cutest, however, is East, her bulldog. He's got the kind of big doggy smile that lets you know he's very happy with his mistress!
Those are some seriously adorable celebrity pets. I may not be the hugest fan of some of the celebrities in question, but then again, I have mad respect for anyone who loves animals. Which celebrity do you think has the cutest pet?
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