LifestylePets 13 pets you need on your social media feed By NEWSDAY.COM STAFF Updated November 16, 2015 7:20 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Everyone knows Keyboard Cat, Boo and Grumpy Cat, but here are 13 other adorable dogs, cats and -- yes -- pigs that you should be following on social media. Step your social media game up by following these furry trendsetters. Earl the Grumpy Puppy Photo Credit: @earlthegrumpypuppy via Instagram Earl the Grumpy Puppy is a 5-month-old puggle from Iowa with a star-studded scowl. He became an overnight internet sensation after his owner, Derek Bloomfield, posted photos of the salty-looking puggle on Reddit. Redditors went wild, the photo amassed more than 2 million views, and comments took a hilarious turn from "This dog should have clearly been named Red Forman" (Mick0331) to "This dog looks like he pays taxes" (grundo1561). It wasn't long before the photo was upvoted to Reddit's front page. Bloomfield told Yahoo! UK that Earl's got a bum rap and "just looks grumpy because of his underbite, wrinkles, and dark complexion" but is actually "the most relaxed, content puppy either one of us has ever seen." Cooper: Photographer Cat Photo Credit: Facebook / Cooper: Photographer Cat Cooper isn't an ordinary cat. Sure, he's cute and photogenic, but his 700,000 Facebook followers don't visit his page to find photos of a kitty playing with yarn. Cooper, identified as an "artist" on Facebook, is a 6-year-old American shorthair who is actually the photographer behind his social media profile. Every week Cooper heads outside documenting his adventures while wearing a micro-camera around his neck. Cooper's camera, set to snap photos of his journey every two minutes, captures images of nature and, sometimes, other cats. Cooper has a website, Facebook, and even his own book. Nala: @nala_cat Photo Credit: Instagram / nala_cat Nala, a 4-year-old Siamese mix, was adopted from an animal shelter when she was about 5 months old. Nala's owner started her Instagram feed as a way to keep in touch with her brothers, sisters and other friends from the shelter. But 1.8 million followers later, Nala's feed of sleepy and mischievous photos has made her an Internet star. She has even been the cover model for Feline Wellness magazine. Nala can be found on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and at nalacat.com. Chris P. Bacon Pig on Wheels Photo Credit: Facebook / Chris P Bacon Pig on Wheels When Chris P. Bacon was born without functioning hind legs, his owner brought him to the veterinarian to be euthanized. But the doctor chose to give the potbellied pig a second chance. Chris' Facebook account follows his progress as he learns to use a dog wheelchair and live his life to the fullest. Chris' dad shares photos of him playing with dogs and cats and exploring outdoors. Chris also has a website with clothing, complete with the pig's logo, inspiring his fans to "never give up." Maximilian and Clementine: @maximilentine Photo Credit: Instagram / maximilentine Follow the story of two pups living like stars in the suburbs of Los Angeles. Maximilian, a beagle, and Clementine, a toy Australian shepherd, are "siblings," best friends and Internet celebs. Their 8,000-plus social media followers visit their Instagram for photos of the two pups cuddling, playing and living life side by side. Meeko: @meekabookitten Photo Credit: Instagram / meekabookitten Meekabookitten started out as an Instagram feed of adorable pictures of Meeko and his brother Doby. But, about a year later, Meeko has adapted a clear love of bow ties. Meeko has over a dozen different bow ties, perfect for every holiday and occasion. Tuna: @tunameltsmyheart Photo Credit: Instagram / tunameltsmyheart This 3-year-old chiweenie was born with a severe overbite and lower jawline dysfunction, leaving him with an adorable and permanent teeth-showing smile. Tuna's social media moniker is Tunameltsmyheart, because his lovable birth defects might do just that. Tuna has a book, "The Underdog with the Overbite," as well as a shop of calendars, mugs, shirts and more. Tuna's Facebook says all shop proceeds benefit various animal rescuing efforts. He has 1.2 million Instagram friends, following along as he smiles the day away. Sir Charles Barkley the French Bulldog: @barkleysircharles Photo Credit: Instagram / barkleysircharles Sir Charles Barkley the French bulldog, has been making fans smile on social media since 2012. To follow the this adorable pup visit Instagram. Theo: @lil_theezy Photo Credit: Instagram / lil_theezy If you love French bulldogs, or cute puppies in general, following lil_theezy is a must. Theo, born on March 8, 2013, has an Instagram feed of photos and his very own posse of followers. He lounges around in the sun, dresses up and chews on things he shouldn't. Toto: @toto1127 Photo Credit: Instagram / toto1127 Toto is an 8-year-old dog that's more photogenic than most people. More than 3,000 Instagram users follow Toto wearing silly costumes, posing, playing and lounging around. Purin the Super Beagle Photo Credit: Facebook / Purin the Super Beagle Purin the Super Beagle lives up to her name on Facebook. She can skateboard, balance on tricky objects and even knows karate. Her skills have landed her a talent agent in her hometown in Japan, as well as thousands of fans. Purin, which means pudding in English, shows off her more than 70 tricks on YouTube and Facebook. Harlow, Sage and Indiana: @harlowandsage Photo Credit: Instagram / harlowandsage Harlow and Sage were best friends and "sisters" who shared their days together on their famous social media accounts. Before Sage died at age 13, Harlow's human mom adopted a miniature dachshund named Indiana. Now, Harlow and Indiana share their daily fun and cuteness on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook in memory of Sage. The dogs also have their own book and website. Marnie: @marniethedog Photo Credit: Instagram / marniethedog Marnie was found by animal control on a Connecticut street at the age of 10. Her rescuers discovered that she has vestibular syndrome, which causes her famous limp and tilted head. Marnie is also known online for a tongue that doesn't seem to fit inside of her mouth. After pictures of Marnie were posted, the pet lovers fell for the senior shih tzu. She now has her own Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr and online shop. By NEWSDAY.COM STAFF Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.