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Crusoe isn’t your average dachshund, never letting his sausage-like stature stop him from reaching for the sky. He’s a social media celeb, adventurer, model, artist, author, chef, party animal and ladies’ man, looking to add pro-athlete to his already incredible resume. He started sharing his life online just a few years ago but has already stacked up a social media following of over 2 million.

Two spectacular feline roommates have recently set two separate Guinness World Records. Cygnus Regulus, a silver Maine Coon has the new record for “Longest Tail on a domestic cat (living)”. His tail measures in at 17.58 inches (44.66cm).

There’s a couple of long-haired angora rabbits on Instagram that look like stuffed animals come to life. The bunnies are literally the cutest living beings on this planet, next to Boo the Pomeranian (of course) and possibly Norbert the mini therapy pup. Hello from Suki and me!

Indy is a rescue pup who crawled her way from the mean streets of India, eventually finding her furever home in Texas. Her parents noticed a post about her on Facebook and the rest is history. The handicapable pup was hit by a truck in India and left for dead.

Ever wish you could quit your job and become a travelling Instagram model? Well, @Sukiicat the bengal already beat you to it. Since opening her Instagram account at the end of March, she’s already stacked up 228,000 followers in five months, getting up to 50,000 likes per post.

Wesley is a one-eyed swashbucklin’ sea cat, his name an homage to Westley the Dread Pirate Roberts from the classic film, The Princess Bride. Like his namesake, he’s always down for adventurous exploits (especially if it ends in treats). The scallywag kittycat was adopted from a local shelter by Rheanne Taylor in March 2015.

Matilda’s no ordinary tabby cat. Rescued as a kitten with a clean bill of health, her family quickly discovered that she was unlike other cats in a big way… Matilda’s eyes contained tiny galaxies. While the stars in her eyes were initially harmless, things began to change for the little cat.

We all know America has had some wild leaders in the past (and present) but what about their pets? The most common animal to grace the White House is a dog, and the long standing tradition of having man’s best friend lay down at the wise leader’s’ feet is rarely deviated from. We’d like to suggest some canine options to Donald Trump, since he’s the first prez with no pup.

What has big blue eyes, hops like a kangaroo, and will melt your heart? Lil Bunny Sue Roux! She’s a Siamese-mix cat who was born with only two legs, a tiny bobtail and a talent for causing smiles.

It’s impawsible not to smile at Super Scooty. She’s a mixed breed handicapable pup with some very real beginnings. But don’t be fooled by the goofy grin, behind her happy demeanour is a girl who’s tough as nails.