Exotic Celebrity Pets
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Togare the lion lived with the Church of Satan founder in the Black House. So many neighbours complained about the frequent loud roaring he eventually shipped the animal off to a zoo.
Hepburn bonded with Pippin the fawn during the making of the 1959 film Green Mansions.
Also a wallaby, a bear and two lion cubs.
A Chinese Water Dragon which apparently, and perhaps unsurprisingly, died of neglect.
Given to him by booking agent Lee Gordon. Elvis kept many pets including monkeys, dogs, birds, horses & donkeys.
Granizo was the model for the painting ‘The Wounded Deer’
Fulang Chang. A gift from her husband Diego Rivera.
A Vietnamese pot-bellied pig called Max. Died of old age at 18.
Named it Thibault & walked it on a blue silk lead.
The family pet when he was a teenager.
“Chiquita” Frequently joined Ms Baker on stage during her performances & every so often would frighten the orchestra by getting loose & roaming around the pit.
Named O.G. Mally. Seized by German customs when the singer was on tour there in 2013.
Raises ring-tailed lemurs & has full-time staff to help look after them.
A wolf/dog cross called Jack.
As dogs were not allowed at Trinity College, George Byron kept a bear which he would take for walks around the university ground.
The Roman statesman grew very attached to his pet and gave it an elaborate funeral when it died.
Bubbles lived with Jackson for 17 years until as an adult became too aggressive and was adopted by an animal trainer.
A white Bengal tiger. Appears with him in The Hangover.
Moby and Sheba. According to Cage, he had to get rid of them because his neighbours threatened to sue.
Raised it from a baby and named it Michael.
Brought it with him onto the Dick Cavett Show.
When Babou accompanied him to a New York restaurant, he told an alarmed fellow diner that it was a regular cat which he had painted in the op art style.
As a child he took his raccoon Bandit on fishing expeditions.
Neil the lion was first big cat acquired by the actress who later opened a wildlife preserve which adopts and cares for unwanted exotic cats.
A silkie bantam named Coco.
The 16th century astronomer reportedly lost his prized pet when it died after it drank beer and fell down some stairs.
Bucky. A wallaby/kangaroo cross.
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