Darkiplier: Dark definitely has a kitten. When Dark realized most super villains have an animal sidekick, he thought about cats. Cats can be known as intimidating and cold, which drew him to them. Dark asked Bim to buy him a cat, but Him misunderstood and came back with the cutest, fluffiest kitten possible. Darkiplier embraced it and named it Floofkin.
The Host: The Host has a hamster. Because he can’t see, hamsters make a lot of noise. He is comforted by hearing the hamster running on its wheel and rolling in its hamster ball. The Host also gets to work on his intuition when he picks up the hamster. Its very small and moves a lot, so its great practice for The Host to pick it up and play with it.
Googleplier: Google has a bunny. The other egos tease him about it, but Google thinks that bunnies are terrifying beasts with violent capabilities. The bunny is named Killer and Google loves him, at least as much as an AI is capable of love.
Wilford Warfstache: Warfstache has a parrot. Because parrots can speak, Wilford has trained the parrot to do multiple things. The parrot can threaten people, give Wilford an alibi to get away with murder, and likes to play tricks on the other egos by screaming at midnight.
Bingiplier: Bing has a pug. Bing watched lots of videos online of cool pugs skateboarding with their owners, and as an avid skateboarder himself, Bingiplier decided to get a pug. He commonly dresses up the pug in sunglasses and skateboards down the block with him.
Bim Trimmer: Bim has a tiger, illegally of course. When Bim’s show dropped in ratings, he went to Wilford for advice because Wilford’s show Disc of Riches was doing well. Wilford told him he needed to dazzle the viewers and gave Bim a tiger. Though the tiger didn’t help his ratings, Bim Trimmer likes the looks he gets when we walks his tiger down the street. It makes him feel famous.
Doctor Iplier: Doc doesn’t have a pet, at least anymore. He kept telling the fish he had that they were dying. He definitely isn’t a vet.
Game of bones: Couple lovingly recreate characters from HBO series with their three dogs, including Ned Bark
Game of Thrones exploded in popularity when it was first brought to our screens, and now a dedicated couple of fans have created their very own homage - by dressing their dogs up as the show’s main characters. ‘The Pugs of Westeros’ sees canine trio Roxy, Blue and Bono playing doggy versions of the show’s main characters, including Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen and conniving King Joffrey. The pugs’ owners, Phillip Lauer, 57, and his wife Sue, 47, from California, have been dressing their pugs up as characters from cinema and TV since they were puppies. And while the pair normally only shoot stills, they jumped at the chance of creating a mini-movie based on one of their favourite shows after being contacted by streaming service Blinkbox.“ … More on Dailymail.co.uk