15 Celebrities With The Most Unusual Pets


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Regular folks like us go goggly eyes every time we see a fluffy bunny, or a smiling dog, or a teacup pig in a fairy costume, but these famous people reserve that kind of mortal reaction for lions, kangaroos, anteaters (yes, you read that right), and other exotic animals.

Want proof? Well, here are 16 rich and famous celebs with their most unusual pets:

 

Kristen Stewart’s wolf, Jack

The Twilight star owns a wolf hybrid named Jack. In an interview with David Letterman in 2010, she said, “I know he looks kind of scary, he’s a wolf. He’s really sweet, he, like, falls at my feet.”

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Leonardo DiCaprio’s Sulcata tortoise

Leo shelled out $400 for a 10-year-old Sulcata tortoise at the North American Reptile Breeders Conference and Trade Show in 2010.

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Mike Tyson and pet tiger

Have you seen the movie The Hangover? Mike Tyson and his pet tiger appeared in that movie.

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Paris Hilton’s kinkajou

Socialite Paris Hilton and her pet kinkajou, Baby Luv. Baby Luv bit Paris in 2006.

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Kirstie Alley’s lemurs

Kirstie’s priced lemurs are living the pampered life with 2 people taking care of them at a cost of $40 – $50K a year.

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Vanilla Ice with Bucky the wallaroo

Vanilla Ice has a pet wallaroo (a cross between a wallaby and a kangaroo) named Bucky. In 2004, the animal escaped his Florida home along with Pancho the goat. Bucky was captured after scratching a woman’s car.

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Tori Spelling and Silkie bantam chicken, Coco

The adorable Coco sleep’s in Tori’s bed. The unlikely duo even wear color coordinated outfits!

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George Clooney and his pot belly pig, Max

“Max, the star” was a 300-pound potbellied pig who was with People Magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” for 18 years. George Clooney was reportedly devastated when Max passed away in 2006.

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Michael Jackson’s chimpanzee, Bubbles

Michael Jackson and his chimpanzee, Bubbles, were often photographed together. Bubbles lived with the King of Pop in the late 1980s. When MJ died in 2009, People Magazine reported that then 26-year-old Bubbles was living at a primate sanctuary in Florida.

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Tippi Hedren with pet lion

Tippi Hedren had several of these big cats living in her house. In 1983, she had them moved to the Shambala Preserve which she founded herself.

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Salvador Dali and pet anteater

Taken in 1969 Paris. Surrealist Salvador Dali takes a walk with his anteater.

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Elvis Presley with pet kangaroo

Elvis Presley with his pet kangaroo. The animal was given to him by Lee Gordon, a booking agent. Elvis later ended donating the kangaroo to the Memphis Zoo.

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Audrey Hepburn and Pippin the fawn

While filming Green Mansions in 1959, the animal trainer on set allegedly told the Breakfast at Tiffany’s star, Audrey Hepburn, to take Pippin (the fawn) home with her. That was to make the animal feel comfortable working with the actress. Apparently, the two spent so much time together and got really attached that Pippin thought Hepburn was its mom.

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Josephine Baker’s leopard

‘30s entertainer Josephine Baker with her pet leopard, Chiquita.

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Frida Kahlo with pet deer

Frida Kahlo with her pet deer, Granizo. Her husband Diego Rivera shared her fondness for exotic pets.

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