A woman who quit her job to act like a puppy full-time has gone viral after being filmed getting into a ‘fight’ with another ‘dog’.
Jenna Phillips goes by the name Puppy Girl Jenna and, according to the Daily Star, earns more than £700,000 from filming content for her OnlyFans subscribers of her acting as a puppy.
The 21-year-old has filmed paid-only videos of her exploits including some that show her playing fetch and drinking water from bowls.
The clip that’s gone viral on Jenna’s TikTok though is a whole other animal. In the video, which has been viewed more than 9.5 million times, Jenna crawls on the floor with a leash tied around her neck.
One woman pretending to be a dog is strange enough, but it turns out she’s not alone because as the camera moves out it turns out there’s another woman being tied up like a dog by a barrier.
A stand-off ensues and the two of them stare at each other while letting out some feisty barking.
A man then tells Jenna: “No, no, no. Come on. Let’s go. Hey, Jenna! Let’s go.”
She looks up at the man, apparently acting as her owner, who commands: “Keep walking, Jenna.”
Jenna captioned the video: “Luck I was being held back.”
For those familiar with what’s known as ‘pup’ kink this might not be particularly new. For a lot of people it is however, and the video has drawn a tonne of comments – not least from the real life Wolf of Wall Street himself Jordan Belfort.
Belfort wrote: “What universe is this?”
He wasn’t the only one stunned by the video, with another commenter saying: “With everything that’s been going on, we need a hard reset on humanity.”
“People do everything for money,” someone else added, while a third wrote: “I am loving this, she needs more training…who left their pet outside alone?”
Jenna gave up on her job as an optician to become a full-time pup, having apparently felt like a dog since she was little.
After going to a convention in Chicago she took the plunge and started making content on OnlyFans, which she now charges $20 (£15) a month for.
“I feel like a dog,” she explained at the time.
“I just want to roll around, play fetch, get head scratches, run around and play. All of that.
“I have always acted like a puppy, but not in a sexual way at first. I really love praise. I love hearing ‘good girl’. It makes my heart melt every time.
“Looking back on it now, it’s kind of always been there. I just didn’t know there was a scene, I just thought it was my personality.”
Speaking of the broader scene, the Texas native said: “When it comes to pet play, the majority of girls do kittens, foxes or rabbits and the majority of puppies are men.
“I thought about it for a long time when I first got into pet play. I feel like a dog [so that’s what I decided to be].”