Cute little dog @jiffpom, who has over 10 million followers on Instagram, might be tiny, but he has massive earning potential. The cute Pomeranian is social media gold, and can potentially earn over £22K ($28K) per post!
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A photo posted by @jiffpom on Aug 27, 2020 at 2:28am PDT
The next highest earning animal is rescue cat Nala (@nala_cat), a Siamese-Tabby mix. Nala has approximately 4.3M followers, and can command a potential earning of £9,085 ($11,705) per post. That’s over £13,000 ($16,754) less than Jiffpom, but still nothing to frown about!
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A photo posted by @nala_cat on Sep 29, 2020 at 10:50am PDT
Meanwhile, @juniperfoxx and @this_girl_is_a_squirrel are among the more ‘unusual’ animals making it into the top 10 highest-earning accounts.
According to estimates by OnBuy.com, the adopted North American red fox Juniper earns £6,181 ($7966) per post, which equates to a more than a whopping £1,6 million or $2m every year. A supremely silver lining for an animal descended from fur-farm foxes!
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A photo posted by @juniperfoxx on Sep 30, 2020 at 9:24am PDT
Meanwhile, Jill the Squirrel (another rescue and victim of Hurricane Isaac in Louisiana) potentially earns £2,303 per post (£603,386/working year).
With that kind of earning potential, it’s tempting to put your feet up and send the pets out to work!
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