Whenever I come home late from work at night, I come up to the house and here’s this big golden head in the window on the left stairway landing, looking out and waiting for me.
I sit down on the couch and he’ll bring me one of his dead snowmen.
Below, 25 famous women including Martha Stewart, Oprah, and Kendall Jenner share stories about their pets — on loving them like their own kids, getting outshined by them, and losing them. Besides teacup Chihuahuas, I’ve got a thing for other very small, cute animals, like ducks, guinea pigs, and ferrets.
Martha Stewart “So many of you ask about my pets — my dogs, cats, canaries, horses, donkeys, chickens, and the peafowl. As you know, I recently added two more furred friends to my family — two female French Bulldogs named Bete Noire and Creme Brûlée. The matriarch of the pack is my beautiful French Bulldog, Francesca. K., my conformation show dog and breed champion, and his daughter, Peluche.” – her blog, May 2016 Paris Hilton “I got Tinkerbell one Halloween, and we’re pretty inseparable. Last spring, I was in Vegas, and I got two ferrets, a boy and a girl.
Charlie grows tired of Mac's bossiness so decides to go watch a movie with Dennis at Dee's place. In the first season, Sabrina Spellman discovers on her sixteenth birthday that she is a witch.With the help of her witch aunts, Hilda and Zelda, and their talking cat, Salem, Sabrina learns to master her powers.This shocking news is coupled with Sabrina having an extremely bad first day at her new high school, culminating in her turning cheerleader/"mean girl" Libby into a pineapple.With some help from Aunt Hilda, Sabrina gets to rewind time and relive the day, changing things for the better and making her love magic.