10 weird celebrity animalsVika
The dog is said to be man's best friend, but these famous pet owners tend to disagree with this opinion. They probably think dogs are too popular.
1. Mike Tyson's pigeons.
He was a fierce boxer who bit off his opponent's ear, but now Mike Tyson has a new hobby - pigeons. Tyson began to love pigeons even before his boxing career and got them started. His collection grew after he retired from boxing. He now owns thousands of domesticated pigeons. He says he considers his passion to be therapeutic.
2. Chimpanzee Michael Jackson.
The chimpanzee, named Bubbles, often accompanied him on business trips before settling on the Neverland Ranch. There, the monkey reportedly slept in a crib in Jackson's room, used the same toilet, and even ate candy at the Neverland movie theater.
3. Alpaca Nicole Kidman.
What do Nicole Kidman and her alpacas have in common? Their beautiful long eyelashes. Kidman and her husband Keith Urban love to breed these animals on their farm in Nashville. The actress said that they initially fell in love with them because of their beautiful long necks and eyelashes, but she began to love them more because of their delicate nature.
4. Hugh Hefner Zoo.
We all know that Hugh Hefner kept rabbits in his mansion, but did you know that his abode is also home to many other animals? Playboy's CFO turned part of his estate into an official zoo, complete with peacocks, flamingos, monkeys, squirrels, capuchins, and tamarins.
5. Water dragon Charlie Sheen.
Charlie Sheen owns a water agama, which he christened Hopper Jr. Unfortunately, the animal died.
6 Nicolas Cage's octopus.
He claimed that observing animals that are so different from humans helped him develop his acting skills. Unfortunately, Cage had to give up his eight-legged friend after he got into financial trouble.
7. White Tigers Mike Tyson.
Mike Tyson's favorite tiger became famous in the 2009 hit comedy Hangover in Vegas, but few people know that Tyson actually owns several white tigers. Unfortunately, he had to give up his feline friends after it became too expensive to care for them.
8. Ocelot of Salvador Dali.
Surrealist artist Salvador Dali was an eccentric person, so it shouldn't be too surprising that he had an unconventional pet that matched his personality. Dali owned an ocelot named Babu. He traveled everywhere with his feline companion.
9. George Clooney's Vietnamese pot-bellied pig.
George Clooney's relationship with his pot-bellied pig, Max, lasted 18 years. Originally a gift for his ex-girlfriend, Kelly Preston, Max was once a tiny little pig. However, he grew to 136 kg. Although Clooney had built a shelter for him near the main house, Max often slept in Clooney's bed. He died and went to heaven at the end of 2006.
10. Reindeer Audie Hepburn.
While filming Green Estates in 1959, Audrey Hepburn adopted a pet to complement her gracefulness.