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In it FUR the money! How to turn your pet into a social media star

Move aside Kim Kardashian! There's a new breed of social media star in town - and they've got four legs! With millions of followers and five-digit endorsement deals, dogs, cats and other animals are bringing in the kind of figures that warrant an agent. So how do they do it? And could your pet be next?

Dolly Pawton the Chihuahua

In the studio we're joined by Marcel the Corgi, who has rubbed shoulders with royalty and travelled the world, and Dolly Pawton, the Vogue model Chihuahua. And live from Indiana is Little Bub, a feline with more Insta followers than Rylan!

New trend alert! Juliet Sear brings KAWAII to the kitchen

Forget unicorns! Kawaii is the latest trend taking social media by storm. Meaning ‘adorable’ and ‘cute’ in Japan, it’s inspired Juliet Sear in the kitchen - with treats guaranteed to keep the little ones busy during the summer holidays. Along with some helpers, Juliet's here to transform your regular biscuits, sweets and fruit into smiley characters - almost too cute to eat!

Recipes taken from Kawaii Cakes by Juliet Sear

Steal Sarah and Rylan's style

Sarah and Rylan's stylist shares details of our presenters' studio outfits with us.

Sarah wears dress from Sandro with Boden shoes

Rylan wears Reiss shirt with Cheap Monday trousers and Jeffery West shoes

How clean is your bed?

We spend a third of our lives in bed. But with millions of us changing our sheets just once a month and almost half of us having NEVER cleaned our mattress, Alice Beer shocks one brave volunteer by revealing how dirty her bed really is.

Using clever technology, she extracts liquid from grandmother Karen’s mattress to reveal the yucky brown solution she’s sleeping on every night, and she’ll also have tips on how you can keep your bed clean.

With thanks to

Karcher

National Carpet Cleaners Association

Cecil the lion's son shot dead: Should trophy hunting be banned?

The death of Cecil the Lion caused global outrage back in 2015 and threw a spotlight on trophy hunting in Africa. Fast forward two years and there was a feeling of deja vu yesterday when it was confirmed that Cecil's son Xanda had been shot dead by a big game trophy hunter in Zimbabwe.

Xanda's dad Cecil the lion pictured in 2012

While anti-hunting campaigners are calling on Western governments to stop trophy imports and African nations to ban the sport, big game hunters say trophy hunting plays a huge part in conserving and protecting lions, and generates income for African communities.

Born Free Foundation's Will Travers and hunter Diggory Hadoke join us to debate the issue.