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Most Bizarre A-list Hollywood Celebrity Pets: Stars do have some weird tastes

Sound more like a nightmare than a dream… We love them! We admire them! We follow them! But celebrities are really weird… here’s our roundup of the totally bizarre A-list celebrity pets. This list is in no particular order. Stars do have some weird hobbies:

1) Leonardo DiCaprio’s Sulcata Tortoise: Megastar Leonardo DiCaprio bought the ten year-old sulcata tortoise at the North American Reptile Breeders Conference and Trade Show in Anaheim, California. The sulcata tortoise, or African Spurred Tortoise, is a species of mainland tortoise that originated in the Sahara desert in Africa. Its “sulcata” name is from the Latin “sulcus” which means “furrow,” referring to the grooves on the tortoise’s back.

Leonardo-DiCaprio-Sulcata-Tortoise2) Reese Witherspoon’s Donkeys: The two donkeys (named Honky and Tonky) are part of Witherspoon’s impressive menagerie, which also includes two pigs, three goats, a horse, three dogs and 20 chickens.

3) Paris Hilton’s Kinkajou –
Paris Hilton had to go to the hospital for a tetanus shot once after being bitten by her pet kinkajou Baby Luv.

Paris-Hilton-Kinkajou4) Kristen Stewart’s Wolf-Dog: Kristen Stewart is known for her wolf-loving ways as Bella Swan in the “Twilight” films, has a pet wolf-dog mix named Jack. Unfortunately, her wolf-like dog is scaring her neighbor.
Kristen-Stewarts-Wolf-Dog5) Megan Fox: egan Fox owns many pets, including common animals like cats, dogs, and a parrot, she had a pot-bellied pig named Piggy Smalls as well as a Bengal cat named Rosh.


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Bettina is an Executive editor who oversees CEOWORLD Magazine's Internet, lifestyle, education, technologies, and lists & rankings sections. Bettina graduated from Columbia University and holds a master's degree from Georgetown University's Graduate School of Journalism. (

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