Drew Barrymore’s life is filled with pets, just as much as she loves them

Drew Barrymore’s life is filled with pets, just as much as she loves them

Ask Drew Barrymore what kind of dog she would be and she doesn’t hesitate to answer.

“Corgi,” he told CNN. “No question.”

And why a corgi?

“Well, my daughter and I love their fluffy backs,” she said. “I relate to the little feet and they are so cute.”

The actress, producer and daytime talk show host is pet mom to several crew members: two dogs, four cats, a bearded dragon, a fish and a snake named Cecil, but with a “c” pronounced like a hard “s” as a the snake will hiss.

Barrymore adores animals. She said she cried the most writing her memoir “Wildflower” when she shared the story of her beloved dog, Flossie, who lived to be almost 17 years old.

So it makes sense for Barrymore to team up with Ring for a new campaign announced Monday. “Ring Pet Portraits” invites pet parents to join the company in raising funds for animal shelters in need by sharing videos and photos of their pets.

When people share videos or photo posts of pets on Instagram or TikTok using #RingPets through June 14, Ring will make a donation to support the ASPCA and local animal shelters across the US.

Barrymore also filmed an ad with her dog, Douglas, to support the campaign (Jeremy, her bearded dragon, made a cameo) where she had to explain to her pup that she couldn’t submit his photo because he’s a “nepo puppy.”

She recently lost her golden retriever, Lucy, a month ago, an experience Barrymore said was “very difficult.”

“The whole show is built like a memorial wall to him, which is very sweet. ’cause everyone in the building was really affected,” he said. “When we all started in Covid, we weren’t allowed to have guests or people. So, I would bring the dogs and they made everyone feel safer and more comfortable.”

Barrymore has been connected to animals almost since the beginning.

She started her acting career as a baby and her first commercial was for Purina puppy chow when she was a toddler. As a young adult, she shared her home with cats and now as a 49-year-old mother of two daughters, her pets are a big part of the family.

“There’s just a relationship like this, it’s unspoken that you have this relationship, this constant companionship, this love that’s so deep,” Barrymore said. “My dog sleeps in my bed with me and so does my cat and it makes me feel like a whole person.”

“It’s funny because I won’t sleep with my friends,” she added. “I’m weird about sharing a bed, but with my kids and my animals, I’m like, ‘Come on, let’s do this.'”

He joked that he could use a Ring camera on set because Lucy likes to wander around his daytime talk show.

“We use a camera to watch the baby. I must have many, many baby monitors,” he said. “Oh my god. Between two children. I felt like I was wrapped in a baby monitor strap. So yeah, I guess, it makes perfect sense.”

And while she loves the family she’s built, Barrymore says she’s not interested in expanding it.

“After we lost Lucy, the girls were like, we should get another dog for Douglas,” she said. “And I was like, another dog for Douglas would be my undoing. I can’t do it now. I thought it would be a minute.

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