You’ve heard of Addison Rae and Charli D’Amelio. But what about TikTok’s richest animals?
All About Cats released earnings from the app’s animal accounts on Friday, and it’s pretty plausible that some of the most popular petfluencers are making more money than the average bear.
At the top of the rankings is ThatLittlePuff, a furry gray kitty estimated to make over $26,400 per post.
With 27.6 million followers and over 590 million likes, the cat – with the help of clever human edits – tests recipes and lifehacks posted by other users. His videos never have less than 1 million views.
In second place is Jiffpom. Even if users don’t follow Jiff, they would probably recognize the pomeranian pomeranian with a full wardrobe. He holds two Guinness World Records for fastest puppy to walk on two paws, and he made a cameo appearance in Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” music video.
With over 20 million followers and 518 million likes, the tiny Pom makes an estimated $20,600 per TikTok post.
And the bronze medal for most earnings on the platform goes to Chipmunks from TikTok. Dinky, Squishy, Mooshy, and SpongeBob are some of the 25 creatures the account’s 13.7 million followers can see gorging themselves on snacks.
These hungry cuties rake in $13,330 per TikTok post, keeping the chipmunks fed and whoever is running the account well paid.
TikTok’s highest paid animals include ThatLittlePuff, Jiffpom, and Chipmunks from TikTok.