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This Dog That Looks Exactly Like Richard Gere Is Our Newest Obsession

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Animals that look like celebrities aren't a new phenomenon—they've been part of meme culture since before meme culture was really a thing, but they always manage to make a big splash when someone finds a new one.


Twitter user @nevona recently shared a photo of a dog who bears a striking resemblance to actor Richard Gere, and Twitter users loved it.

Gere, who is well known for his roles in An Officer And A Gentleman and Pretty Woman, has been acting since the 1970s.

More recently he starred in Hachi: A Dog's Tale, available here, which tells the story of a dog named Hachi and his devotion to his human.

You can see the photo of the dog below:




Several people posted comparisons, trying to find the perfect shot of Gere.



Users also shared photos of other celebrity lookalikes.






One user even has a dog that looks like a more recent version of Gere.

The jokes were, of course, plentiful.


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