Twitter loves games, pets, and pop culture references. Combine all three and you have the latest delight to hit the social media platform, where users are sharing pics of their pets alongside their pop culture namesakes.
Here’s the tweet that kicked it off.
your pet vs what you named them after! pic.twitter.com/9HoaMJsjTd— ❄️Arden❄️ (@ursiday) January 28, 2020
And here is a selection of the highlights of good dogs and fierce felines.
Westley // Westley pic.twitter.com/h1G8ixNcht— Mal-Gal☃️ (@MallaryQuinn) January 29, 2020
Winifred! She’s sassy, in charge, and probably a witch just like her namesake. pic.twitter.com/rb7uvuJBrB— Katie Pennell Tweedy (@Katie_Tweedy_) January 29, 2020
My boy Atreyu! pic.twitter.com/4VY5fh1qOM— Danni boio (@Ghost_Lanternn) January 29, 2020
Marty McFly Smith. Partly named him Marty so I could say “Come here McFly” like Biff always does. So glad I trained him to respond to “Marty” and “McFly”. pic.twitter.com/Kspla195DO— Joshua Smith (@justjoshua123) January 30, 2020
Maximus / Maximus pic.twitter.com/5TIgRvGKjm— Shadyhugs (@Shadyhugs) January 30, 2020
When he was a Kitten going up and down the stairs was a race and if he didn't end up being first he would bite you. pic.twitter.com/xNctyciegj— Jax💫 (@SimplyJaxy) January 29, 2020
Molly Weasley. 💙💙 pic.twitter.com/yRjOkUQeTi— Yeah. Pragmatic.Strategery. (@Cycle4) January 29, 2020
I didnt even know he could do the smoulder until after we named him pic.twitter.com/EfQAjFjyRg— dat queermosexual 🏳️🌈 (@CaptainCandro) January 30, 2020
She's a cheeky one 💕 Also, I was 10 and Lilo & Stitch was my favourite thing ever. pic.twitter.com/3dNzi1LcbW— Kaffee☕Katze🐱 (@katze_kaffee) January 29, 2020
Gomez and Gomez. pic.twitter.com/SHx4ON088A— Katie Smith-Wong (@Guitargalchina) January 30, 2020
And ofc his tag had to match 🤪😂 pic.twitter.com/OunyC6fFAn— chloe || SAW SVT (@_7cjl) January 29, 2020
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