11 animals to follow on Insta. RN
Prepare for some srs “Awww”.
Doggos, fluffers, puppers, hoppers... all the animals.
A new breed of influencers is taking over Instagram. And no, it is not celeb babies or kids dressed like grown-ups (adorbs). These feeds are far more paw-some. Animals with their own Insta accounts! What are you even doing with your life if your Instagram feed isn’t full of adorable and hilarious animals?
Grumpy Cat may have clawed his way to a level of Insta fame that would make even Kylie Jenner herself jelly, but he isn’t the only furry friend worthy of a follow. Here are 11 other fluffers, puppa’s, and fur babies with Instagram’s that will have you saying Aww, and with some of them hitting over a million followers, we ain’t gonna argue.
1: Jill the squirrel Insta: this_girl_is_a_squirrel
Sorry, but why is this squirrel’s Instagram prettier than ours? That luscious tail, long nails, cute ears… and she’s a vegetarian! #Follow4Follow? #Like4like?
The ultimate chilla, this lil Chinchilla is total gal-pal goals. Just look at her! Total blast appeal but also, she’s like full of wisdom and sage advice. DMing for coffee RN.
3: Buddy, Boo & Blue Insta: buddyboowaggytails
These three woofers look like they are about to drop the hottest single of 2017. Where do
I pre-order on Spotify?
Teddy is the boy yo mama (and Taylor Swift) warned you about. Also boy, where you get your mane did? #hairgoals
Merlin here! Your one and only source into the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s Elite. Move over Serena Van Der Woodsen, NYC has a new Queen B, Gossip Girl style.
Literally just a smooshy face ball of cat, in various hats and outfits. We’re fans.
Tuna is a Chiweenie, which we can only assume means half Chihuahua, and half happiness. LOOK. AT. THAT. FACE.
Fluff your beauty standards, Venus is #purf. Eat your hearts out Insta models.
Who’s a pretty boy? Who’s a pretty boy? This Brazilian bird will have you flocking to the follow button.
Tonkey is basically the doggo version of a living teddy bear.
What a babe. Nuff said.
By: Kaitlyn Wilson