Fostering a pet can be dangerous. Just ask these two Hollywood names. You might you’re prepping a dog for living with people, but you end up just keeping it. That’s what happened with Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield when they agreed to foster Ren, a young Golden Retriever, in December of 2012.
The couple has split up, but Ren is still hanging out with Emma Stone now that she’s married to Dave McCary. There’s another dog in the mix now, too: a Hurricane Florence survivor from a shelter that Stone named Dwayne “The Dog” Johnson. Now there’s a name that is built to last.
Simon Cowell: Squiddly and Diddly
Cowell is such a loving character when he isn't judging people's singing. He loves all his dogs, but his Yorkshire Terriers Squiddly and Diddly might have the most of his affection. Apparently, he's willing to shell out almost two hundred thousand British pounds to a South Korean company to try and clone them.
These have to be some of the most spoiled dogs that Hollywood has ever seen – they often travel with him by jet, have their own white leather seats, and enjoy fancy mineral water.
Jon Hamm: Cora
Of course, a guy with the last name Hamm would have dogs. When Jon was with his long-time girlfriend Jennifer Westdfeldt, both of them fell in love with Cora, a Shepherd mix. Hamm has opened up about how Cora has helped him out, saying that her presence in his life was a very positive thing.
To Hamm, it's been a pure joy watching Cora grow from skinny to graying but still happy since all the way back in 2003. Cora passed away in 2017, but it wasn't long before the Hamm household added a new bundle of fur: a puppy named Splash. No one can replace Cora, but Splash is a good start.
Arnold Schwarzenegger: Dutch
The most famous muscle man in the world also has a pretty big heart (that's not a joke. Lifting weights takes a strong heart). The Terminator's dog, Dutch, is named after Arnold's character from the movie “Predator.” The former California governor has been a pet owner for quite some time, though fewer dogs than you might expect.
Head on over to his social media accounts to see photos and videos of Whiskey, his mini pony, and Lulu, his donkey. Schwarzenegger even has a merchandise collection that featured his pets, with a hundred percent of the proceeds going to an organization that provides food to families while schools were closed.
Kaley Cuoco: Loretta
There's one kind of person that “The Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco cannot stand: those without loyalty. She dove into fostering dogs and never looked back.
In 2012, the pit bull Loretta joined the family that at the time was Cuoco and tennis player Ryan Sweeting. Cuoco was worried that her beau liked the pit bull more than he liked Cuoco, but she can't be too mad about that. Just look at that happy doggy face. Cuoco loves pit bulls, and there are now more than just Loretta providing energy to her home.