15 Celebrity Pets That Have It Better Than You

These pets aren’t your ordinary pets. They are unique in that their humans are A-list celebrities. They have the lifestyle of the rich and famous. They’re jet setters, have lavish birthday parties, go to the spa more than you, and eat better than you. They’re Hollywood’s A-list pets!

Miss Asia Kinney/Lady Gaga’s Dog


Besides being the beloved pooch of the biggest music superstar in the world, Miss Asia Kinney also has a closet full of Alexander McQueen accessories and her own ad campaign for Coach. No Forever 21 leggings for this stylish hound.

Choupette Lagerfeld – Karl Lagerfeld’s Cat



Olivia Benson (the cat, not the ‘Law & Order’ character ) may be the star of Taylor’s Instagram account and its 65 million followers, but both adorable kitties get to hang out in the superstar’s living room being fawned over by allof her celebrity friends. Seriously, when was the last time Ed Sheeran gave you some kibble?


Just hanging out with supermodels, sleeping in designer handbags and wearing Chanel – doesn’t every bunny live like this?


How many people – let alone dogs – have John Legend singing “All Of You” at their wedding? Sure, it was a parody video for charity (Legend’s Show Me campaign) but there was still a stylish tux, a lacy wedding gown and a real cake for the lucky bulldogs.


This Labrador gets to cuddle up to the Sexiest Man Alive whenever he wants to. ‘Nuff said.


Let’s face it – wouldn’t we all like to be Ryan Gosling’s faithful companion? Bonus:George gets to hang out on a regular basis with Gosling’s girlfriend, Eva Mendes


Being the family pet of the leader of the free world has its perks. Like getting to pose with the Stanley Cup, and having the Secret Service watching out for you. Also, getting to play fetch with Barack, Michelle, Sasha and Malia on the White House lawn must be pretty cool.


Not sure which of Paris’ pooches this is, but he/she is flying to Ibiza on a private jet. Also, you can bet that dog carrier didn’t come from Petco.


The ‘Firework’ singer’s BFF (Best Feline Forever) not only makes a cameo in the ‘I Kissed A Girl’ video, she also often joins Perry onstage and is the star of the backstage meet-and-greets. Perry also has another kitty, Krusty The Cat, of whom she shares custody with ex-husband Russell Brand. I wonder what the cats think of Left Shark?


This dog’s glamorous life includes modeling for Amazon Fashion. After a long day of posing for the camera, then comes a comfy ride home in the actress’ Tesla and lots of snuggles.


Ahhh, the sweet Kardashian life! 18-year-old Kylie purchased a gorgeous $2.7 million mansion last year, so we know Norman has a lot of room to move around in. Here he is on his first birthday, and the reality star posted a video of her pup devouring some cupcakes in celebration. Perhaps he’ll get his own show, Keeping Up With Norman?


With a name like Princess, it makes sense that this pup has her own room and a fluffy bed. Also, it was revealed that Brit spends over $24,000 a year on pet care, around the cost of a year’s tuition at a decent college. No, I’m not bitter, I always bang my head on the desk like this on Wednesdays.


The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star has a Pomeranian that eats off a silver tray and drinks his water out of Baccarat crystal. Even Paris Hilton’s dogs are like, “Man, this clown hound is spoiled.”


The supermodel might be all over the internet with her new boyfriend Zayn Malik, but kitty Cleo was there way before the ex One Directioner came on the scene. The feline was rescued from a car engine and then adopted by Hadid, who is often photographed dining with her furry friend at Beverly Hills eateries. (For the record I hear Cleo prefers Joe Jonas.)

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