At the point when a creature passes away in a film, you know there won’t be a solitary dry eye in the theater (or on your love seat, contingent upon the scene)! That is on the grounds that we cherish seeing pooches, felines, ponies, and more on the wide screen, and we can associate with those hairy characters quickly! In any case, while we figure we might be totally enamored with Hollywood creatures, as a rule, the on-screen characters who work with them worship them much more. These entertainers couldn’t relinquish their hairy co-stars once they were finished recording, so they settled on emotional choices to keep their new companions close.
1. Elizabeth Taylor: Horse King Charles got pretty lucky when it came to his career. Young Elizabeth already knew him from her country club and actually suggested that he play her horse Pie in National Velvet. He was pretty stubborn on set, listening only to her!
2. Sophie Turner: In Game of Thrones, each Stark child received a direwolf, played by a Northern Inuit pup. When real wolves and CGI replaced these fur balls, Sophie Turner jumped at the opportunity to take her characters’ wolf home. She renamed her Zunni.
3. Will Smith: He bonded with his I Am Legend co-star, a German Shepherd Sam played by a dog named Abbey. After growing attached to the pooch, Smith asked her owners if he could have her. They declined, and he understood.
4. James Gunn: The Guardians Of The Galaxy director fell head over heels for the raccoon Rocket was modeled after, Oreo. He brought him onto set constantly because the cast loved seeing him. They even attended the premiere together!
5. Chris Evans: The Captain America actor became best buds with Dodger, his costar in the 2017 movie Gifted. Chris adopted him after they wrapped, and the two have been inseparable ever since.
6. Judy Garland: When the Cairn Terrier who played Toto got really sick while filming The Wizard of Oz, Judy Garland took him home so he could recover. Later, when filming wrapped, she tried her best to keep the pup but wasn’t allowed to.