Juniper the Fox (@juniperfoxx)
Juniper is seriously the happiest fox ever. Her account is always filled with the sweetest photos of her and a lot of really captivating information about what it’s like owning a fox. Expect to see a lot of Juniper’s dog brother, Moose and their latest addition to the Fox family, Fig on the account too!
Pumpkin the Racoon (@pumpkintheracoon)
Pumpkin’s parents adopted her when she fell out of a tree during a storm. Ever since then she has been living her best life, plopping around on the furniture, playing with her canine friends Toffee and Oreo, and eating better than you do. She even has her own book!
Jack the Wallaby (@jackthewallaby)
When Nashville-based lawyer Alex Fasching adopted Jack he probably had no idea that 30,000 people would want to follow their adventures, but here we are! Expect to see Jack dressed up in adorable little outfits and being an all around handsome little fella.
Esther the Wonder Pig (@estherthewonderpig)
When Steve Jenkins had the opportunity to adopt a micro pig you bet he took it, who wouldn’t? What he didn’t expect was to actually be given a baby pig that would one day grow to be 600 pounds! Unwilling to turn their back on Esther, Steve and his partner Derek bought a farm and opened the Happily Ever Esther Farm Sanctuary. Expect to see a lot of smiling and sleeping pictures of Esther and relish in the farm fun!
Ludwik the Guinea Pig (@ludwik_guinea_pig)
Ludwik went from an abandoned rescue to now being followed by more than 200,000 people and it’s not hard to see why. He’s got facial hair like you wouldn’t believe and a whole repertoire of poses he’s ready to whip out at any moment. Follow Ludwik if you really just need a guaranteed smile every day. He also has his own sock collection!
Rhea the Naked Birdie (@rhea_thenakedbirdie)
What’s not to totally adore about this little birdie named Rhea who lost all of her feathers due to Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease (PBFD)? After being adopted by Isabella Eisenmann in Boston she has now skyrocketed to Instagram celebrity status and hands down takes the cutest pictures you’ve ever seen of a naked bird.
jill the Squirrel (@this_girl_is_a_squirrel)
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Did you ever think that we would have a famous squirrel (Sandy Squirrel aside)? Well, thanks to the Instagram we can. Meet Jill, the domesticated squirrel that makes you question everything you thought you knew about the animal. She loves to snuggle and perch and sometimes dress up! If you’re looking for something a little more on the wild side, Jill is your girl.
Lil Bub (@iamlilbub)
This adorable cat right here has over 1 million followers, which is terribly hard for a human to get much less a cat. What’s even better is that Lil Bub was discovered as the runt of her liter and now she is legitimately the face of her own empire. Lil Bub also starred in Lil Bub & Friendz, a documentary shown at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2013 that went on to win the Tribeca Online Festival Best Feature Film.
Venus the Cat (@venustwofacecat)
Venus, also known as the “Two Face Cat”, gained a lot of popularity due to her half-black and half-orange face, which is split right down the middle. With one blue eye and one black eye, she is seriously so cool looking and definitely knows how to work her angles!
Lionel the Hedgehog (@lionelthehog)
Okay, Lionel the Hedgehog is too cute for words. You just have to follow him and see for yourself, but don’t blame me when you want a hedgehog that fits perfectly in the palm of your hand all of the sudden. Trust me, who doesn’t like a hedgehog that celebrates Tequila day?
Having studied Media & Writing at James Madison University, I always knew that I wanted to do some type of creative writing, but being able to write about zombies, Starks, and superheroes on a daily basis for Fan Fest is my actual dream. While I probably shouldn’t be as proud as I am to be so similar to Nick Miller, I do hope to one day write my own “Pepperwood Chronicles’.