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United States Presidents and Their CUTE Pets




Franklin Roosevelt

FDR is one of the greatest presidents that the USA has ever had. He is the 32nd president and his best friend was a Scottish terrier, which was named Fala.

Dwight Eisenhower

Eisenhower became the 34th president in 1953. The 34th president had a dog named Heidi and Heidi is the only dog to have ever been banned from going in the white house due to too many accidents on very expensive rugs. Oh boy!!

Lyndon Johnson

Johnson was the 36th president of the United States and he took office in 1963. Johnson was a lover of dogs and he had a few of them, but his favorite dog was named Yuki who was a mutt.

Richard Nixon


Nixon who became the 37th president of the USA in 1969 had a cocker spaniel named Checkers. Nixon loved Checkers so much that he named a famous speech after the little guy.

Gerald Ford


Ford was the 38th president of the United States and he was an avid lover of dogs. He loved Golden Retrievers and he named his dog Liberty.

Jimmy Carter


Jimmy Carter became the 39th president of the US in 1977. His dog was born on the same day that he moved into the White House; a Border Collie by the name of Grits.

Ronald Reagan


Mr. Reagan went into office as the 40th President of the United States in 1981. Reagan had a number of pets and farm animals like horses, but his love was his dog Lucky.

George H.W. Bush


Bush took office in 1989 as the 41st President of the United States. Bush had a Springer Spaniel named Millie and Millie is quite possibly one of the most famous presidential pets ever.

Bill Clinton


Bill assumed office in 1993 as the 42nd President of the United States. The Clinton’s brought their cat Socks along with them for their move into the White House.

Barrack Obama


Obama became the 44th President of the United States in 2009. And the current holder of the 1st dog in office goes to Bo a Portuguese Water dog.



Take A Exclusive Tour of Oprah’s $90 Million Dollar Mansion!



Oprah Winfrey is one of the biggest names in Hollywood history. Known primarily for her media empire, Oprah has still managed to keep her private life out of the public atmosphere. Despite her constant exposure to the media world, fans rarely get a chance to peek inside of the world that Oprah lives off of the cameras. Having said that, fans got a rare look into Oprah’s private world when her famous $90 Million mansion in Montecito was revealed to the world. If you are ready to see what it’s like to live as one of the biggest names in entertainment history, keep on reading!


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Grandchildren of Celebrities Who Will Make You Doubt If Success Runs In the Family



Drew Barrymore

We kick off the list by delving into Drew Barrymore, a granddaughter to the famous John Barrymore. John was renowned for his superb acting abilities, and he premiered in movies, including a role as a debonair leading man as well as Shakespeare interpretations.

Just like her grandfather, Drew has emerged as an eminent actor. However, alcohol drinking habits crept into her as early as when she was 14 years old. Apparently, her grandfather died of health issues associated with alcoholism.

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Waitress Gets A Confusing Phone Call After Regular Customer Stops Showing Up



There are many reasons why people go out to eat which range from not wanting to do dishes to the desire to try new food. Unfortunately, those who have spent time working as a waiter or a waitress will say that the job is far from easy. One of the most challenging parts of the job is taking care of customers who are grumpy. There was one waitress in particular at a Luby’s restaurant in Texas who was known for her friendly service and her kind demeanor, even in the face of less than polite customers. 


Melina Salazar was working as a waitress at a restaurant called Luby’s. Located in Texas, she was known for her smile as well as her service. Furthermore, she also had a reputation for being the only server who was able to adequately take care of one regular.

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