We all know that many social media stars are capable of raking cash these days thanks to their large number of subscribers on social networks.
And it definitely pays off for them (and their owners).
With the help of c All about catswe’ll look at some of the most earned petfluencers based on their number of subscribers, engagement level, average likes on video and approximate earnings per publication.
1. ThatLittlePuff – £ 21,000 per post
It is estimated that ThatLittlePuff is the highest-performing home fluencer with a projected profit of £ 21,156.71 per message.
Not surprisingly, Moggi has to earn so much, given that he has 27.8 million TikTok subscribers @thatlittlepuff account.
They are entertained by his hilarious videos, which include demonstrations of cooking and crafts that impress the audience.
In addition, it also has its own online store selling fashionable pet clothes.
Never in our lives have we felt so inferior to a cat.
2. Jiffpom – £ 16,500 per post
Giffpom – one of the most famous dogs, he is one of the original petfluensers on the Internet.
Pomeranian Court has an incredible 9.7 million Instagram followers @jiffpom account and is estimated to earn £ 16,508.02 per post.
In addition to appearing in the Katy Perry Dark Horse music video, he also holds two Guinness World Records for his speed and has his own calendar.
The owners of the Jeff have remained unknown as they do not want to distract from their backyard.
Well, it certainly seems to work!
3. Chipmunks from TikTok – £ 10,500 per post
The Chipmunks from TikTok the account was created by a man named Brad who wanted to share his “special love” for his chipmunks online.
And it seems that Dinky, Squishy, Mooshy, SpongeBob and friends have definitely captured people’s imagination, and now the account has 13.7 million subscribers.
These little cuties run around and pull happy faces while Brad feeds them daily nuts.
They are projected to earn an incredible £ 10,658.09 for posting on social media.
4. Tucker Budzyn – £ 8,000 per post
He is often seen in hilarious videos, and he seems to be very fond of sunglasses and sunglasses.
He is projected to earn a whopping £ 8,174.67 for posting on social media.
His son Todd also has his own Instagram account – @toddbudzyn – himself with 425,000 followers.
We’re sure Todd will quickly catch up with his old man in the stakes of popularity, seeing how cute he is!
5. Karim and Fifi – £ 7,500 per post
The @dontstopmeowing The Instagram account, which boasts 1.3 million subscribers, documents the lives of Karim and Wi-Fi and their cats Chase, Millie and Skye.
The moguls often perform in cute and hilarious videos and they love to hand out their favorite products at contests for their fans on social media.
The family is projected to earn £ 7,693.86 for posting on social media.
In addition to the @dontstopmeowing account, Fifi and Karim’s “parents” also have their own Instagram account – @fifiandkareem – which also has more than 83,000 subscribers.
6. Swaggy Wolfdog – £ 6,000 per post
Perhaps the coolest dog around, Swaggy Wolfdog is often seen adorned with chic, sunglasses and basketball jerseys.
He also has several celebrity friends and has been seen posing with stars such as Saviti, Camila Cabela and Soul Boy.
It has garnered an impressive 3.4 million Instagram followers @swagrman account.
The dog is projected to earn £ 5,930.87 for posting on social media.
That’s certainly enough to buy even more sunshine!
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