Prior to Boo the Pomeranian became the Cutest Dog in the Globe, we never ever realised that animals had the capacity to use social networks. Boo’s Facebook updates and pictures have grow to be the highlight of the day for millions of users, and prove that dogs can, effectively, use a keyboard and mouse.
And where Facebook succeeded, Twitter was certain to comply with (excuse the pun). There are countless non-humans on Twitter, and although some do not seem to have mastered the use of a keyboard, or, y’know, grammar, there are other individuals that have got it down to a T.
Who are these genius animals and inanimate objects, you ask? What are their Twitter handles? Properly, read on, to know!
Sockington is possibly the most renowned cat on Twitter, with nearly 1.five million followers. Possibly it is something to do with his excitable updates and really like of caps lock, perhaps it’s his adorable, fluffy grey and white splotchy face?
All we know is that it is probably physically impossible not to hit “Follow” when you view this page.
Bringing a bit of controversy to the Twitterverse is Rudy the parrot. Like most other parrots, Rudy is not a fan of cats, huge or little although unlike most other parrots, Rudy lets the entire world know about it.
Let’s hope for Twitter’s sake that Rudy and Sockington by no means meet.
Birdie is a dog who loves to “chew stuff in New York”, which is basically precisely what he posts about. Though not popular as considerably as Boo is, but Birdie‘s cuteness is second to none.
The difference amongst him and any other dog is that he has a wicked sense of humor, regardless of possessing the brain of, effectively, a dog.
Image by: sneakerdog
Any person who’s been to New York (or watched How I Met Your Mother) will know that there’s a gigantic model of a Blue Whale suspended from the ceiling of the New York Organic History Museum.
This is his Twitter feed and you would find it really difficult not to comply with him!
Image by: Matt Jones
Maybe the cleverest plant of them all, Pothos extremely politely tweets for water when it wants it: “Water me please”. Pothos tweets with the help of a Botanical kit – a DIY kit that contains two moisture-sensing probes and lots of other techy stuff that you need to have a soldering iron to assemble, but leaves you with a leaf-shaped soil moisture sensor that connects to Twitter, so you as well can mimic Pothos and have you quite personal plant that tweets you for water.
Not quite as low maintenance as silk flowers, but instantly tends to make your plant cuter and 100% less complicated to appear immediately after.
Thanks Jasmine for sharing the info!
P.S. Jasmine Ayres is a full Twitter addict, though normally likes non-humans much better than actual men and women. She’s a keen gardener also, in spite of needing her plants to tweet when they need water, and recommends Ambius for all your plants requirements.