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Celebrities & Their Pets

David Boreanaz - Angel.
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Brad Pitt is a dog lover.
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Celebrities & Their Pets - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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Celebrities & Their Pets

The life of a celebrity can be lonely at times - being away from home while filming a movie or on the road for a tour. A pet can be a comfort and there's nothing better than getting a wet kiss when you least expect it. Check out some of these celebs and their furry best friends!

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Fred Durst

The heavy rockin' front man of Limp Bizkit has a bulldog. It's not surprising - a bulldog seems like the perfect pet for Fred Durst cuz it kinda looks like him. Can you guess what his pooch's name is? It's Bizkit and he always travels with Fred when the band's on tour.

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Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore and her then-fiance, Tom Green, were saved by their lab-chow mix dog, Flossie. Flossie woke up Tom and Drew and alerted the pair to a house fire in February, 2001. They all escaped unharmed thanks to Flossie the hero!

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David Boreanaz

If it wasn't for David Boreanaz's dog, it might have taken this angel a little longer to be discovered. David Boreanaz was a struggling actor, paying his bills by painting houses, parking cars and working at a sports clubs, until he was spotted walking his dog, Bertha Blue. An agent saw David and Bertha in his Hollywood neighborhood and signed Boreanaz instantly.

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Angelina & Billy Bob

Actor/director Billy Bob Thornton bought his wife, Angelina Jolie, a pet rat as a present. They named it Harry, although it's a female. Harry often travels with Angelina Jolie when she's working on a flick. While Angelina was filming a movie in Vancouver, Canada, Harry munched the drapes in her hotel room. Maybe room service didn't bring his cheese!

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Brad Pitt & Jennifer Aniston

Brad Pitt is a huge dog lover. Brad and his wife Jennifer Aniston have three dogs - Purty, a Weimaraner and mutts, Saudi and Todd Potter.

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    I have two pet dogs and im hoping for a cat.....
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    I have a pet rat named Ruckus Ramming. I like to dress him up as a doctor and called hi...
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