From the Queen of England to Vladimir Putin, pets of all different species have been constant companions to the power brokers of the globe.
Take a look at the most cutest world leader pets in history.
Corgis have always been the Royal family’s favorite pet. Queen Majesty is crazy for corgis. She has owned 30 Corgis in her 62 year reign as queen of England.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has a larger-than-life persona, and his black Labrador Koni plays a humble part in it. He received her as a gift from his General of the Russian Army as a puppy in 2000.
Every year, September 23 is designated National Dogs in Politics Day, which is also known as Checkers Day. Though Checkers never have lived in the White House. It became famous because Nixon has used it in a speech on Sept. 23, 1952.
America’s royal baby. Bo the Portuguese water dog was adopted by the Obamas in 2009. They chose the hypoallergenic breed in deference to daughter Malia, who has pet allergies, and the breed has seen a significant bump in popularity due to the high-profile presidential pick.
Buddy, a male chocolate-colored Labrador Retriever, was one of two pets kept by the Clinton family while Bill Clinton was President of the United States.
The other pet of the Clinton was the cat. It was also known as the “First Cat” which presided over the White House.
Larry is the 10 Downing Street cat and is Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office. Larry is a brown and white tabby, believed to have been born in January 2007.
Barney and Miss Beazley are the much beloved Scottish Terriers of President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush. Barney joined the Bush family after the Presidential election in 2000, as a gift from President Bush to Mrs. Bush. Miss Beazley was a birthday gift from President Bush to Mrs. Bush in 2004, and arrived at the White House on January 6, 2005.