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STEWIE, THE 48-INCH-LONG DOMESTIC CAT
When Stewie died of cancer in 2013, he was the longest domestic cat in the world – and had attracted a worldwide social media following. But the Maine Coon cat, whose full name was Mymains Stewart Gilligan, was so much more than just a novelty – he worked as a certified therapy cat and loved hanging out at a Reno senior center.
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MR. AMAZING, PARIS HILTON'S FLUFFBALL POMERANIAN
Last year, when bought Mr. Amazing, a Pomeranian no larger than a Furby, the Internet let out a series of high-pitched squeals. At five months old, Mr. Amazing weighed in at 11.6 ounces, making him the ideal purse-dwelling shopping companion.
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DARIUS, THE WORLD'S BIGGEST BUNNY
The colossal 50-lb bunny, a Continental giant rabbit, belongs to Annette Edwards, from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire – but our heart belongs to Darius. (Who hasn’t dreamt of snuggling a toddler-sized bunny?) Darius’ son, Jeff, is just few months old, but he’s already 4-ft long – and still growing. Combined, the father-son duo eat roughly 2,000 carrots and 700 apples a year (so they’re basically our #fitspiration.)
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HULK, THE 175-POUND PIT BULL
Hulk may have an intimidating name and an even more intimidating size, but deep down, the 19-month-old pooch wins the award for sweetest oversized pit bull of all time. “He’s a wonderful, excellently trained dog,” his owner Marlon Grannan told ABC News in March, dispelling negative stereotypes about pit bulls. “He plays with my kid, he’s great with the family and he’s so, so sweet.”
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PRISCILLA, THE FASHION-FORWARD MINI PIG
Extreme cuteness must run in the family because Priscilla, and her equally minuscule pig brother, Poppleton, have attracted over 400,000 Instagram followers for their impossibly adorable photos. The two pose in frilly outfits, bow ties, and even pearls, proving once and for all that high fashion can come in tiny, pig-shaped packages.
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MR. PEEBLES, THE TEENY CAT WHO CHILLS IN WATER GLASSES
In 2004, the little fluffster, who was born with a growth-stunting genetic defect that kept him perpetually kitten-sized, weighed just 3-lbs, making him the world’s tiniest feline. His owner, Robin Sbendsen, said that Mr. Peebles’ best habit is when he licks her chin at night to give her a kiss. (We have never experienced more FOMO.)
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