Can you turn your fabulous pet into a social media millionaire?
Pets with a huge online fanbase can reportedly earn hundreds of thousands of pounds, or even millions, a year. In 2014 numerous publications claimed that internet sensation Grumpy Cat, the feline with a frown from Phoenix, Arizona, earned £64m in two years from her own line of products, including books and a film and sponsorship deals.
Tabatha Bundesen, the cat's owner, later said the figure was "inaccurate" although she refused to disclose her pet's true income. Grumpy Cat, whose miserable expression results from the winning combination of dwarfism and an underbite, has a huge online following - 2.3 million followers on Instagram, 8.7 million on Facebook and 1.3 million on Twitter.
The sour puss's career began when she was just a few months old when a picture was posted on Reddit, the story-sharing website, and users questioned whether it had been altered. A video was then posted on Youtube, which received more than a million views in 24 hours, according to Forbes magazine.