Paul Walker loved the ocean, cars and staying active. He was a family man, whose 15-year-old daughter, Meadow, moved from Hawaii to California so she'd be closer to her father. He dedicated much of his life to charity and, of course, his fans.
The Fast & Furious star, who died Saturday in a car crash, also loved animals, a passion deeply documented on his social media accounts.
From pooches to sharks, he certainly left his mark on the animal kingdom.
Let's start with the facts.
We know that Amanda Seyfried loves dogs. So that means her boyfriend must love dogs, too. Right? Right.
Since Justin Long, 35, and Seyfried, 27, were first linked over the summer, the actor has gamely proved he can accept the other man in her life, Australian shepherd Finn. Evidence A: hand-in-leash walks. Evidence B: some very suggestive Instagram snuggling.
Now, we'll present a third piece of evidence, which Long described as "#CannonEnvy #ObviousSymbolism" on Twitter. There are a lot of things we can say ...
Less than a month after what was certainly one of the best days of Kelly Clarkson's life, the newlywed experienced what was sure to be one of her worst.
"My best friend died yesterday," the singer, 31, announced on Twitter Friday of her adopted dog's passing, saying, "Joplin was special. He fought his whole life to survive & now he can rest. I loved him."
We think Katy Perry would app-purr-rove!
Singer/bassist Kate Davis has put her own spin on Perry's hit song "Roar" by taking the pop song one step furrier, er, further: She filmed a folk version of the ditty at a New York City animal shelter.
Shot Nov. 2 at the Humane Society of New York in midtown Manhattan, Davis and her band – which includes guitarist Gabe Schnider and drummer Conor Szymanski – performed the song in a room full of adorable and very adoptable felines, many of whom rock out as the sweet songstress belts out the tune. And by rock out, we mean go all acrobatic on a cat tree and knead lovingly on a blanket.
We love living vicariously through Mariah Carey's Instagram, where she gives fans a glamorous glimpse at her fabulous life.
And by fabulous, we mean filled with puppies (a.k.a. happiness!).
So it's no surprise that InStyle readers honored the dog-loving diva and her litter of eight Jack Russell terriers with the magazine's award for Most Stylish Pet on Instagram.
Eric Stonestreet's dog Coleman knows a thing or two about playing the field – and we're not just referring to his appreciation for the game of football.
"Coleman is a total ladies' man," the Modern Family star tells PEOPLE. "He's a ladies' man in that he doesn't pursue. He just sits and waits for them to come to him."
That puts the Jack Russell Terrier/beagle mix, whom Stonestreet rescued in 2000, in the same category as bachelors like George Clooney and Leonardo DiCaprio.
We spy with our little eyes ... something particularly adorable.
And we're not just referring to Hilary Duff's Bernese mountain dog Dubois.
In a snapshot she posted Sunday, Duff's son, Luca, 19 months, photobombs this otherwise canine-focused shot of her house (sans the rest of her puppy pack).
"I spy a little luca," she writes on Twitter.
Lady Gaga is mourning the loss of a family member.
The "Applause" singer, 27, stepped out in London Wednesday wearing funeral attire to pay tribute to her dog Alice, who passed away at 17.
"My puppy Alice died. We had to put her down, cancer ate away at a little angel. My daddy is so sad, we all are, lost a member of our family," she wrote late on Tuesday.
Looks like Charles Esten has fallen for a costar ...
Meet Blue, the actor's recently adopted yellow Lab, who starred as his dog last season on Nashville. Onscreen, the dog was a gift to his character, Deacon Claybourne, from Hayden Panettiere's country vixen Juliette Barnes. Though Deacon gave the dog away to a love interest (played by Susan Misner), Esten was not prepared to say goodbye to that sweet face.
While filming the show earlier this year, he decided to welcome the pup into his own family, which includes his three kids with wife Patty.
It was a weekend to remember for Andy Cohen – the Watch What Happens Live host adopted his first dog!
"I've been thinking about a dog for a while," Cohen tells Bravo's The Dish of the beagle/foxhound mix he adopted from New Jersey's See Spot Rescued on Friday. "I just felt like I wanted to open my life up to a dog and I thought rescuing a dog was the right way to go."
The Bravo personality, 45, has named the rescue pup Wacha, in honor of Michael Wacha, the pitcher of his favorite baseball team, the St. Louis Cardinals. And so far, potty training has been a home run.
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