Andy Warhol and his friendly Dachshund.

 Errol Flynn and Arno

 Joan Baez and her friend.

 Humphrey Bogart and his beloved Scottish Terrier.

 While Cat Stevens proclaimed ‘I Love My Dog’ - the title of his first single.

 Freddie Mercury loved cats, and he also wrote a song about his favorite, Delilah.

 Gertrude Stein, Alice B Toklas and Basket.

 Ernest Hemingway and one of his many cats.

 Alfred Hitchcock and his pal, the now exceedingly rare Sealyham Terrier. Cute.

 David Hockney and his beloved dogs.

 H. P. Lovecraft and his feline familiar.

 riters appear to like cats. Here’s Jack Kerouac with Tyke.

 Jayne Mansfield and, er, driving companions.

 Yoko, John and friend.

 Madeleine Carroll and the beautiful Susie.

 Marilyn Monroe and her Terrier, Maf.

 Lana Turner loved dogs, and like our canine friend was very, very loyal. It was said of the actress, if you killed someone and ‘phoned Turner for help, she would arrive with a shovel.

 While artists appear to like dogs. Pablo Picasso and his Wiener dog Lump.

 Paul McCartney wrote a song about his English Sheepdog Martha

 Frank Sinatra and Ringo.

Winston Churchill and his Poodle Rufus. Churchill once said, “Dogs look up to you. Cats look down on you. Give me a pig. He just looks you in the eye and treats you like an equal.” Perhaps we should ask George Clooney?