Greetings human! How are you feeling today? Not as cuddly as me I suspect. Click for more photos

Pictures of Boo

Greetings human! How are you feeling today? Not as cuddly as me I suspect.

  • Greetings human! How are you feeling today? Not as cuddly as me I suspect.
  • Here I am again, just waiting to love you.
  • Hey! Wanna play ball?
  • Caution: this is not Boo, this is a toy made in honour of Boo. Fact.
  • And this is Boo's reaction to being placed next to the toy. If you go back to the photo you will see tufts of Boo's fur. So you know it happened.
  • Here is Boo next to a toy giraffe. Reason unknown.
  • Here is Boo with his sibling Buddy, (widely rumoured to be his lover) driving around town.

Article originally posted at Mashable.com

Earlier this year, Facebook reported that 83 million accounts on its massive social site are fake. And 23 million of those accounts are non-human entities, such as animals.

While one out of 10 pets has a social media profile, there are a couple of pets that have claimed worldwide fame. The most famous cat on Twitter, @sockington, has more than 1.4 million followers. And you can’t put together a list of famous social pets without mentioning Facebook’s beloved Boo, who has more than 5 million Likes and counting.

But these animals’ fame isn’t limited to the interwebs. YouTube’s favourite boxed cat Maru used his viral fame to land a starring role in a Uniqlo ad campaign.

Animal rescue charity SPANA rounded up the top social petworking stars in this meowsome infographic.