It's the new addition heard 'round the world: On Monday evening, the Obamas announced they had added another dog to their furry family, 1-year-old Sunny.
But just one day into her life as a public figure, and it seems Sunny is less-than-thrilled with the attention. In recent photographs shared on Instagram by Pete Souza, the official photographer of the White House, the Portuguese water pup appears to be saying, "No photos please!"
More than three months after his split from Nina Dobrev, The Vampire Diaries's Ian Somerhalder seems to have fallen hard – for his new rescue dog.
The actor, 34, introduced his "new girl" over Instagram on Monday, and explained how she unexpectedly came into his life.
"Rescued from traffic near the Vampire Diaries stages just a few hours ago," he wrote, describing the pup as "so smart, so beautiful & charming – all a man could ask for in a girl."
Late-night talker Jimmy Fallon can't stop gushing about new fatherhood – but there seems to be another special someone who's already heard enough.
Fallon, who welcomed daughter Winnie Rose with wife Nancy Juvonen (via surrogate) on July 23, took to Twitter Wednesday to prove his devotion to his first "kid," pooch Gary.
"I'll always love you, Gary," Fallon captioned a photo of the dog lying dejectedly next to what appears to be a baby basket.
Leave it to a pair of dogs to upstage Jennifer Lawrence and all of her glamorous glory in Vogue's September issue.
In her Mario Testino-snapped shoot, the cover girl hugs two dogs at once, looking decidedly at ease for a cat lady.
But sharing the spotlight with her furry friends was probably a relief for Lawrence. The actress just isn't comfortable with her fame, she tells the magazine.
When Gretchen Wieners tried to coin the word "fetch," we don't think she meant it literally.
But nonetheless, nine years after the release of Mean Girls, her fans are still carrying the torch on her behalf – and that includes First Dog Bo.
"Bo, stop trying to make fetch happen," quipped the official Twitter of the White House on Tuesday, sharing a photo of the Portuguese water dog sitting patiently with a tennis ball in his mouth.
Katy Perry's new single "Roar" wouldn't be complete without a feline face. Luckily, the singer has a cat on-call with lots of ex-purr-ience.
Perry's best furry buddy, Kitty Purry – who the singer has called her company's CEO – makes a brief appearance in a lyric video for her new song.
"Now YOU can #ROAR louder than a lion too! Lyric video starring Myself, Kitty Purry & some of my closest buds here," Perry Tweeted on Monday. The clip's grand finale features the feline suspended in air, while a woman, whom we believe is the singer herself, coos at her.
Watch out, Winston! Looks like Joe Jonas has eyes for another dog.
Days after his brother Nick showed off some serious abs in an Instagram pic, his older brother, who turns 24 on Aug. 15, followed suit – but with one furry difference.
Covering what appears to be his exposed torso, the middle JoBro shared a funny photo of himself going bug-eyed like his wacky-looking pooch on Monday.
Just like the star's summer pop song says, these dogs can't stop – staring!
Miley Cyrus's pooches look disapprovingly into the camera in a shot she shared Sunday on Twitter, which had us checking for food in our teeth.
"The big bad Mary Jane & little Bean," the "We Can't Stop" singer wrote with the photo of her rescue pup and her Chihuahua, who happens to be the newest addition to the 22-year-old's furry family.
Now that's what we call puppy love!
While arriving to the New York set of the Late Show with David Letterman on Tuesday, Amanda Seyfried only had eyes – and nose! – for her dog Finn.
"I really can't go many places without him," she told Ellen Degeneres in May, and proved just that when her Australian shepherd later joined her on-camera.
Jeremy Renner is willing to shell out $5,000 to get his dog back – no questions asked.
Hemi, one of two French bulldogs the actor brought home last year, went missing near L.A.'s Runyon Canyon on July 19, and Renner has launched a Facebook campaign to get his beloved buddy back.
"5,000 Reward, Lost Dog," screams a missing sign posted on the HemiMissingFrenchie Facebook page, created July 24. The poster lists identifying details about the neutered male, who was last seen wearing a collar but has no microchip or tag. Sadly, it also says the "very friendly," 25-lb. pup is in need of medication for a hip condition.
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