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Animal Internet Stars Get into Holiday Spirit


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As the end of the year statistics come out for the most liked pictures on Facebook and Instagram, most people are focusing on Beyoncé and the Kardashians, but some of our most loved pets are using social media to show us how they get into the holiday spirit.

Here's a look at how famous furry companions are celebrating the holidays this year: 

Dog the Pug

Doug the Pug lives in Tennessee and rose to fame on social media when his owner, Leslie Mosier, posted pictures and videos of him online. Doug has made many television appearances and is the most followed Pug on social media. He can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. 

 

“‪When u realize how many people u have to buy gifts for‬” -Doug

A post shared by Doug The Pug (@itsdougthepug) on

 

Tardar Sauce, aka Grump Cat

Tardar Sauce, as known as Grumpy Cat, became known in 2012, when a picture of her was posted on Reddit. Her grumpy face is due to Feline Dwarfism. Tardar Sauce has been on famous television shows like American Idol and the Bachlorette. She can be found on her own Grumpy Cat website as well as on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube and Facebook. 

 

 

A post shared by Grumpy Cat (@realgrumpycat) on

 

 

Lil Bub

Lil Bub was born with a host of abnormalities that make her who she is today. Despite being born with dwarfism and osteopetrosis —a disease that makes bones dense and immobile—as well as, being a “perma-kitten,” meaning that she will always have kitten-like features, Lil Bub has taken the world by storm. In addition to having her own her talk show, documentary and book, Lil Bub also created Lil Bub’s BIG Fund—the first national fund for animals with special needs. Lil Bub can be found Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube. 

 

Happy Holidays to the animals we love to love!

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