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Tori Spelling's Pets

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Coco Chanel

Chicken
Pet Worth: $90,000

Known for having pigs, goats, and other odd pets, Tori Spelling’s most popular about pet is her chicken, Coco Chanel. Not only does the chicken get a fancy perm to look pretty ridiculous, but she also sleeps in the same bed as the actress. While it may be very normal to have your favorite companion sleep in your bed together, it’s also preferred you choose one that has bladder control. Coco lives a pretty lavish life for a chicken. When the “house chicken” is not riding around in Spelling’s purse, she gets to live in a beautiful home surrounded by toys and try on vintage sweaters for chickens.

Maltese-Terrier Mix (Tori Spelling)

Maltese-Terrier Mix
Pet Worth: $75,900

After the loss of Mitzi, Tori’s husband Dean has said they got a replacement for her. Tori has been seen with a very similar dog to Mitzi on her Instagram, which we assume is the replacement. We aren’t sure what Mitzi #2 is named.

Nutmeg

Mini Pig | Adopted Feb 2017
Pet Worth: $80,700

Nutmeg is a cute baby mini pig that Tori got February 2017 from Oink Oink Mini Pigs in Hollywood, Florida.

Mitzi

Maltese-Terrier Mix

Mitzi was Tori’s beloved maltese-terrier mix that sadly went missing in September, 2015. After appealing for help on social media and the press to help find her, Mitzi was assumed to have been killed by coyotes.

Goat, Guinea Pigs, Hamsters, Snakes, Bearded Dragons and More

Pet

Tori and her animal-loving family have a variety of rescued pets, including a goat, guinea pigs, hamsters, snakes, bearded dragons and more.

Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling Net Worth:

$1.5 Million

Tori Spelling, born May 16, 1973, is an American actress, TV personality socialite and author. Her father was the late Aaron Spelling, a famous Hollywood producer that got her into acting at the age of 6. After many small roles on TV, in 1990 she landed her first major acting role on Beverly Hills, 90210, thanks to Aaron Spelling producing the show. During the 1990s she also starred in several made-for-TV and independent movies. Through the 2000s, she starred in the VH1 sitcom So Notorious, which was a parody of her public image as an actress and socialite that ran for one season.

In 2006 she married Canadian actor Dean McDermott. The next year they both starred in their own reality TV show Tori & Dean: Inn Love and later Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood, which ran from 2007 to 2012. The couple have two follow-up reality TV shows that ran for a season each, with Tori & Dean: STORIbook Weddings in 2011 and Tori & Dean: Cabin Fever. In 2014, she starred alongside Jennie Garth on a ABC Family sitcom called Mystery Girls for one season. She has also worked as a voice actor and authored several books. Spelling is also a animal lover, has adopted a variety of animals and often shares rescue dogs looking for adoption on her Instagram account.