Will Jeff Bezos bring his dogs to space next?
In July 2021, Jeff Bezos flew to space in his ship, Blue Origin, and became one of the first billionaires to fly into space on their own rocket. He launched a second flight in October 2021 with William Shatner as part of the crew on the second manned launch. At 90, Shatner was the oldest person ever aboard a space flight.
Now, the only question we have is: Will Jeff Bezos ever bring dogs to space? He’s invited Tom Hanks amongst other celebrities but what we really want to see are more astronaut pooches, even if it just Spot Mini the robot dog. And, we know he’s cool with them being in the Amazon headquarters.
Bezos’ space flight was the second of celebrity space flights with Richard Branson beating him out by nine days. Branson’s Virgin Galactic managed heights of 54 miles while Bezos’ Blue Origin reached 66 miles. So, if you were going to declare a winner in the epic celebrity space odyssey, you would have to factor in a couple of things. For us, the best celebrity space flight will have to be one with dog astronauts. No question.
What was the name of the first dog at Amazon?
Rufus, Amazon’s first dog. Rufus’ human parents remember life with Amazon’s first canine staffer. Thousands of dogs join employees at Amazon’s Seattle campus today, but back in 1996 there was only one: a Welsh corgi named Rufus who roamed the first warehouse and loved meetings.
Does Mark Zuckerberg have a dog?
He’s a Puli, which is a type of Hungarian Sheepdog. According to Beast’s Facebook page, his interests include “herding things, cuddling, loving, and eating.”
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is the owner of an adorable fluffy dog named Beast, but he isn’t the only tech executive with a furry friend. Studies show that dogs can help reduce stress levels and boost productivity, so they make ideal companions for tech moguls running billion-dollar companies.
My Dog is OBSESSED With Jeffrey Bezos – The Worst Humper Ever!
From Amazon chief Jeff Bezos, who named his dog Kamala after an obscure “Star Wars” character, to Salesforce founder Marc Benioff, whos brought his dog Koa to so many meetings hes given him the title “chief love officer,” it seems that many tech executive arent afraid to show off their adorable animal friends.