Can You Match the Animal to Its Celebrity Owner?

By: Todd Betzold
Image: Vogue

About This Quiz

When it comes to pets, we welcome them into our homes and they instantly become part of the family. It is no different for celebrities, as we have seen many celebrities adopt dogs, cats and even pigs! They name them and then share photos with their fans thanks to social media. Heck, some of these celebrity pets even have their own Instagram accounts. And like their owners, some of these celebrity pets have a crazy number of followers on social media. Is it sad to strive to be as popular as a dog? Perhaps not.

For this quiz, we are going to share photos of the celebrity pet and then you have to match each pet with the celebrity to which it belongs. So, which pop singer has their own pig? How about that Hunger Games actor that has an adorable dog? Yeah, we will test you on those and many more during this quiz. Can you make it to the end of the quiz without getting any wrong? It is not easy, but how big of a pop culture expert are you? Well, we will soon know, as you work your way through the entire quiz!

Nina Dobrev introduced Maverick Do(g)brev, a half border collie/half Aussie shepherd she got from The Pet Care Foundation in L.A. in 2017. Since then, Maverick has gained quite the following on Instagram, as she more than 350,000 followers.

Hilary Duff is a huge advocate for dog rescue and she has worked with Love Leo Rescue in Los Angeles to help spread the word. She also adopted both of her dogs, Momo and Lucy, from the rescue.

Kiernan Shipka is gaining huge popularity for her role as Sabrina on the Netflix show, "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina," but she has also starred in "Mad Men" and "Feud: Bette and Joan." She introduced the world to her new girl, Frankie, in 2017.

This is one sidekick of Superman that we can support. Henry Cavill seems to be head over heels about his American Akita dog named Kal, as he said, he's "truly this man's best friend."

Ariana Grande is a lover of pets, as her dog Toulouse won the Cutest Celebrity Pet award at the iHeart Music Awards in 2018. Now she has this adorable pig named Piggy Smallz who is up for nomination this year.

Giggy Vanderpump has been with Lisa since the inception of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" in 2010. Giggy is not only seen on the show, but he has his own contract for the show and his own agent.

Taylor Swift may have a love for TGIT on ABC, as she named her cats Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson after the characters on "Grey's Anatomy" and "Scandal." The cats are famous though, and they even made an appearance in "Deadpool 2" as Ryan Reynolds wore a T-shirt with them on it.

Lady Gaga may have worn a meat dress to an awards show, but she definitely is a lover of animals. She has three French bulldogs and often shares images and videos of them on social media.

Chelsea Handler is a big dog lover, as she had Chunk and Tammy before they both died within months of each other. She then adopted these two, who have the same love and following on social media.

Sophie Turner shared an adorable photo of Porky Basquiat after her and fiance, Joe Jonas, brought Porky home. Porky also has an Instagram account with more than 125,000 followers.

Kylie Jenner is worth almost $1 billion, so having nine pets is not a huge deal. She has a bunny, chicken and seven dogs, including Norman and Bambi seen here. They have an Instagram account with more than 40,000 followers.

Choupette is one spoiled cat, as she likes to spend her days hanging out with models and sleeping in handbags (Chanel, duh). People want to view that glamorous life also, as she has more than 100,000 followers on Instagram.

Kaley Cuoco not only stars on "The Big Bang Theory," but she owns her own production company called Yes, Norman Productions, named after her dog. Cuoco is an animal rescuer and has 10 pets overall.

Amanda Seyfried adopted Finn from Best Friends Animal Society. They have a strong bond and Finn even worked with Amanda in a short film for Vogue.

Sunny and Bo are both Portuguese water Dogs and were the first dogs of the United States. Bo joined the Obama family in 2008 and Sunny came later, ​in 2013.

Kerry Washington has a deep love for her fur baby. She says Josie loves to cuddle. In fact, a January 2019 tweet on Josie's Twitter page, Washington writes: "Sometimes the best thing to calm my heart and ease my soul is quality time with my first baby/fur baby. I didn’t grow up with a dog so this angel has taught me soooooo much about the art of the cuddle."

Paris Hilton has always had a love for small dogs and she had a female Chihuahua named Tinkerbell, who was dubbed an "accessory dog." She would always carry her around and she was seen on her reality TV show. Tinkerbell died in 2015.

The Beckhams welcomed Olive, a cocker spaniel, into their lives. She gets a lot of attention with the family, as she is often seen in photos on social media.

Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis adopted this little guy from the shelter when he was 3 years old and weighed only 10 pounds. His name was Maxamillion, but it looks like his new human brother preferred Elvis.

Wacha Cohen was actually in a kill shelter in West Virginia when See Spot Rescued found him. Andy Cohen adopted him and now he lives the lavish life. You can see it on Instagram, as he has more than 230,000 followers.

Sabrina Carpenter has a recurring role on "The Goodwin Games," as she plays a younger version of Chloe Goodwin. That must be where the inspiration came from for her dog, Goodwin.

Brooklyn Decker is married to Andy Roddick, so it only makes sense that they named their two bulldogs Bob Costas (after the television announcer) and Billie Jean (as in Billie Jean King). They show up on her Instagram account, but not as much as her adorable children.

Jacob Tremblay won everyone over for his role as Jack Newsome in "Room." He made room for his little girl, Rey, a poodle of which he often shares photos on Instagram.

Milky, a pit bull, is just one of many animals that Miley Cyrus has adopted over the years. Between dogs and cats and pigs, she has them all living under her roof with Liam Hemsworth.

Tessa is a Staffordshire bull terrier and has been in Tom's life since she was a puppy. Holland is also smitten, as he often brings her to red carpet appearances and press junkets.

Edgar is a Weimaraner/Vizla mix and is barely ever away from his dad. Eldredge is constantly sharing photos of Edgar on social media and fans love him, so he included him in his recent music video.

Ian Somerhalder has a true love for animals, as he has started the Ian Somerhalder Foundation. The foundation was created to help with environmental protection​ and to stop animal cruelty.

Bella Thorne is not one to stand by the norms, so fans should have expected that when she shared a photo of her new dog, Tampon. There was backlash for the name, but it did not stop Bella from keeping it.

Simon Cowell is always considered the mean judge, but it looks like he has a big heart for his two little dogs. He joked that his son, Eric, spent so much time with them as a baby that Eric's first words would be him barking.

Gracie is a teacup French bulldog that was named after Lauren's grandmother. She said she received the dog as a gift, but it was a gift for both her and her boyfriend Ty Dolla $ign.

If you see Lindsey Vonn anywhere (besides maybe skiing down a hill), she probably has her dogs with her. She has joked that she is the "crazy dog lady."

Chris Evans may be known for playing Captain America, but it was his role in the movie, "Gifted," that led him to find​ Dodger. A scene in the movie took place at a shelter and that is where he met Dodger and fell in love.

Reese Witherspoon may be a mother to three kids, but she is also a dog mom to three furry babies. Pepper, a French bulldog, is one of those babies and is often seen in photos on Witherspoon's social media accounts.

Chaplin was first seen with Jessica Chastain in 2012, which is when people noticed the dog only had three legs. Chastain explained that Chaplin was in an accident before she got him​ but now runs faster than most four-legged dogs.

Josh Hutcherson adopted this pit bull from a rescue when Driver was three months old. He named him after Ryan Gosling's character in the movie, "Drive." He has since adopted a second pit bull.

Neville Jacobs is living the high life, as he gets to travel with his dad around the world. It's captured in his Instagram feed, which has more than 210,000 followers, and in his memoir, "Neville Jacobs: I'm Marc's Dog."

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