Tom Felton has shared the most adorable snaps of him cuddling up to a puppy – and yes, we’re trying not to be too jealous.
Taking to Instagram, the Harry Potter actor posted two snaps of him snuggling with the cocker spaniel, and we seriously can’t handle the cuteness.
‘Fluffy ears #aww,’ he captioned the post.
Fans were certainly all in their feels, as one wrote in the comments: ‘Tom with dogs is the cutest thing ever.’
Another added: ‘Literally the cutest.’
‘I will never get tired of him holding dogs,’ one fan enthusiastically said.
Tom is a pretty big dog lover, if his social media is anything to go by. He is the proud owner of a black Labrador, Willow, and has shared a multitude of snaps of her to Instagram in recent months.
In July, he shared a sweet tribute as he marked her second birthday, noticing how much she has grown during that time.
Sharing a series of cute photos of her, he wrote: ‘I’m Willow the dog and I was this size and now I’m that size but my paws have stayed the same.
‘I loves food, swimming & I’m two years old today.’
Later that day, he shared an additional picture of Willow relaxing on his lap, adding: ‘Better with someone to nap on your lap x.’
And in May, she proved to be quite a cheeky pet, ripping a stuffed animal toy to shreds across his carpet.
Tom admitted that although the dog attempted to look as innocent as possible, he had CCTV footage to prove her involvement in the toy being destroyed.
Sharing a photo of the carnage, he said: ‘She claimed to know nothing about it.
‘CCTV footage later proved otherwise.’
Some classic dog behaviour right there.
Meanwhile, Tom has signed on to appear in a documentary about the death of actor Rob Knox, who appeared posthumously in Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince (2009) as Marcus Belby.
Rob was only 18-years-old when he was stabbed to death while protecting his younger brother in 2008.
Harry Potter fansite MuggleNet has reported that Tom will give an interview in the documentary, which highlights the late star’s legacy and continues the fight against knife crime in the United Kingdom.