Animals Who Have Way More Instagram Followers Than You

Are you really updated with the latest trend in the social media? Instagram is one of those sites where you can interact with other people by posting pictures and sharing them with family and friends. But wait, did you know that your pet could be the next Instagram sensation?! Check these animals whom you wish could be you because of their tons of followers. Their cuteness will make you say "awww" for the nth time! Aside from 644,000 followers on Instagram, this cutie-patotie continues to travel and explore the world. He has gone through all across America visiting all the forests, seascapes, beaches and deserts that his country has to offer. But sadly, our spiky lil’ buddy has passed away last March 1, 2015 at four years old. Biddy will be greatly missed for sure.

Chris P. Bacon, the Little Pig

Bacon was born with defective hind legs, that's why he's using a wheelchair for support. He's the first ever pig to use a wheelchair. Because of his disability, he became the star of "My Bionic Pet," a PBS Nature documentary show. This piggy is still looking forward to be friends with other people and add them to his 628 followers on Instagram.

Lil Bub, the Cat

With this cat sticking out her cute little pink tongue, she licks those 732,000 followers hello! This American rescued cat has turned into a celebrity and even had its own documentary show called "Lil Bub & Friendz". She has been busy lately with media appearances, meet-and-greet in animal shelters, book signing and the like. Some of the proceeds from her fame and success were donated to animal shelters which helped them improve their facilities to cater stray dogs and cats, like Bub herself.

Boo and Buddy, the pomeranians.

These two bestfriends/brothers hang out together all the time and the two poms are like plushy toys. To show their thanks to their astonishing 580,000 followers, Boo and Buddy have decided to give back by posting a photo with a sign "Free the Children." They will help raise $1,000,000 for the programs that will empower young people to help children and communities in the developing world. Way to go, Boo and Buddy!

Snoopy, the Cat

Awwww! Insert many hearts here. This burst of cuteness is being followed by 273,000 people, and why shouldn't they? This exotic short-hair is said to be the next Garfield that takes the social network by storm. Like Grumpy Cat, this feline from China is starting to capture the hearts of many people around the globe. Her favorite past time is playing, accessorizing, and posing for the camera.

Dusty, the bunny

It would not be complete without a cute and lovable rabbit in the list. Dusty is only starting with 1,657 Instagram followers. This Holland Lop bunny loves to play and his favorite treat is a banana. Dusty loves to dress-up for Halloween and Christmas. Once we get to pinch those chubby cheeks, we'll be overwhelmed with his fluffiness.

Bubu, the chinchilla

Nope, that's not a rat. It's Bubu, the chinchilla from Singapore who never gets tired of doing the household chores and checks in with her 166,000 followers. If she ever has a free time, she also loves to host tea parties and drive her car around her owner's house. Bubu has been challenging the throne of feline species for the cutest animal on the planet.

Hamilton, the Hipster Cat

And now mustaches, really?! Well, that purr-fect mustache gets 207,000 followers on Instagram. Aside from grooming his mustache, he and his human are continuously helping animal shelters all around America. Thanks to his many followers, they are also continuing to promote cat adoption as Hamilton was an adopted kitty himself.

Venus, the two-faced cat

If you think your eyes are deceiving you, think again! Because of its unique two-faced look, this chimera cat has 363,000 followers on Instagram. Venus' features remain a mystery to cat experts. Some say that Venus might have two types of DNA that have been fused together creating that two-faced look. On one side, she has black fur and green eyes and the other side, orange fur and blue eyes. Venus' unique face is very rare and scientists are still exploring what' behind this cat's unusual face.

Sam, the cat who has eyebrows

Who would've thought that cats could have eyebrows too? Well, Sam does and because of his 162,000 followers, he could never stop worrying. This cat became an internet sensation because of those two black marks on his forehead. Sam was a rescue cat but fortunately, his owner found him and decided to make him an online profile in Instagram. He suddenly became a hit for that worried face of his.

Tardar Sauce, the Grumpy Cat

While everyone knows him as the Grumpy Cat, his real name is Tardar Sauce. Why Tardar Sauce you might ask? You might not know but Grumpy's original color was sort of orange-ish, like that of "tartar" sauce. Well this cat may look like the grumpiest cat in the world, it is actually because of her feline dwarfism and underbite. This cat actually lovable and frequently plays with her balls and strings.  This feline has over 678,000 followers on Instragram and lets them use his pictures as memes for a living.

Yogurt, the Pirate Chihuahua

Argh! This pirate has over 116,000 followers and counting and she's still in search for more treasure. Despite of only having an eye, Yogurt is still full of positivity and happiness that inspires many of her followers. Also, with that lil' tongue always sticking out of her mouth, you can't help but to forget about her disability and be infected with her sunny behavior.

Corgnelius and Stumphrey, the Corgi Brothers

These two Pembroke Welsh corgis living in Los Angeles have 38,600 followers on Instagram and they never fail to put a smile on people's faces. These two dogs love to dress-up and always go out for a walk, for a show, or for anything. You can't keep these two apart because they're buddies for life. They even have their own book published entitled "The Life of Corgnelius and Stumphrey."

Norm, the pug.

This pug loves to take selfies that earned him a "whoofing" 295,000 followers. Norm has been  adopted from a shelter when he was a still a puppy at 8 weeks old. Ever since then, his owner was fascinated by some canine photography of other famous dogs in the social network. Good thing is that Norm was a natural photogenic and the camera loves him. He can even take selfies for himself, well, at least we think so.