This corgi is that person who smiles during spin class.
He coaches singles who will search to the ends of the earth for their soulmates, but Bachelorette host Chris Harrison, 41, doesn't have to look farther than his feet for the love of his life.
The recently single father of two – son Joshua is 11 and daughter Taylor is 9 – tells PEOPLE that his 2-year-old Havanese is the perfect partner.
"Baxter is the love of our life," says Harrison, who also hosts The Bachelor. "I was never a small-dog person, but I am now."
A new friend has surfaced on Justin Bieber's Instagram – and this one is definitely a heartbreaker!
Tuts, a smoosh-faced orange feline who presumably belongs to the 19-year-old singer, is making more and more appearances in Bieber's photos (unlike questionable girlfriend Selena Gomez). And judging by the kitty's unamused frown, she doesn't seem too happy about it.
Something fishy's going on in Gilles Marini's house.
Frisky kitty Penelope, who joined Marini's family last month, was spotted sharing some one-on-one time with the actor's goldfish in a Twitter pic posted Saturday – but, thankfully, "no fish was hurt during this photoshoot," Marini, 37, Tweeted.
Now that's a really, wheel-y cute assistant.
On the set of her latest comedy, Tammy, Susan Sarandon is already taking fans behind the scenes with a glimpse at the film's adorable crew.
"Helping out in everyway on Tammy set," the actress's pooch Penny Tweeted Monday, sharing a photo of the canine (hopefully jokingly) driving a truck. Yes, a truck. "Only one more week before we work in Niagra Falls."
No need to adjust your eyes, human – yes, this cat has a mustache.
Hamilton, the Internet-famous feline of California comic Jay Stowe, possesses a face full of gray hair, save for a small area around his mouth that is white and uncannily resembles the iconic handlebar mustache of artist Salvador Dalí.
Sometimes, Hamilton likes to play up his facial hair with a top hat and a monocle. Other times, he just wants to settle in for a cat nap. But either way, the furball's eye-catching accessory is always his best feature.
June is Adopt-A-Shelter Cat month and it's our mission to help felines everywhere find a place to call home. Today, we'd like you to meet Jules, a 4-year-old white and orange male who has really come into his own since being rescued by the Brother Wolf Animal Rescue of Asheville, N.C.
Earlier this year, Jules was found running around an apartment complex, alone and afraid. The rescue group took him in and placed him with a foster family, with the hope that he'd learn to open up.
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