Pets are very loyal and comforting companions who keep us healthy and can help relieve stress. They play with us, show us love, keep us from being lonely and can listen to us without interrupting us.
Footballers are human and oftentimes have emotional needs and have pets that they relate with too. Pets come with lots of expenses for them to look their best but money is never the problem of these footballers.
Some people keep pets because of their uniqueness just like Ronaldo's cat is said to have only very few of its kind in the world and when the cat was ill, it had to be flown to Spain with a private jet to and fro because it is a part of the family. The cat was to stay at Ronaldo's girlfriend's sister's house because Ronaldo lives in Italy.
While many people see animals as what is to be away from the family, some people see them as part of the family and have even been emotionally attached to them.
There are footballers whose pets are even wild animals but as long as the right things are put in place, there is nothing to worry about.
These are photos showing the pets of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Memphis Depay, Paul Pogba, Karim Benzema, Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez, Neymar, Luis Suarez, Bruno Fernandez, Kai Havertz, Marcelo, Hector Bellerin, Harry Kane, Dani Alves, Mario Balotelli, Marcus Rashford, Raheem Sterling, Sergio Ramos, Dybala and Isco Alarcon.
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