I quit my job as an optician to pretend to be a PUPPY on OnlyFans – and I make more than £700,000 a year
A WOMAN who quit her job as an optician to pretend to be a puppy on OnlyFans now makes more than £700,000 a year.
Jenna Phillips, 21, who goes by the name "Puppy Girl Jenna", ditched her optician job to earn a six-figure yearly salary from chasing after balls and eating dog food for paying subscribers.
In her latest video, which has clocked 9.5 million views, Jenna crawls on a pavement with a leash tied around her neck.
She stops when she notices another woman being tied up like a dog to a barrier.
As she moves closer, the pair engage in some feisty barking before Jenna is led away by a man who appears to be controlling her.
The man can be heard saying: "No, no, no. Come on. Let's go. Hey, Jenna! Let's go."
She looks up at the man, who gives the command: "Keep walking, Jenna".
Jenna wrote in the caption: "Lucky I was being held back".
The weird video caught the attention of Jordan Belfort, the millionaire known as the "real Wolf of Wall Street".
He commented: "What universe is this?"
Others were taken aback by Jenna's strange fetish.
One said: "With everything that's been going on, we need a hard reset on humanity."
Another said: "People do everything for money".
A third said: "I am loving this, she needs more training…who left their pet outside alone?"
Jenna, from Austin, Texas, started an OnlyFans account while she was a practising optician.
She told Vice that she only posted "vanilla content" for a month, before meeting two men in Chicago who persuaded her to give the "pet play" fetish a go.
Jenna – who admitted she always dreamt of being a vet during a podcast appearance – went on to upload kinky "pet play" videos under the name 'thatpuppygirl' – charging fans £15 a month to watch her walk around on a lead, chase after balls and eat dog food while wearing a collar.
She explained: "I feel like a dog. 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 used to pretend I was a puppy when I was growing up.
"I really love praise. I love hearing 'good girl'. It makes my heart melt every time."
She added: "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]."
Jenna said that much of her revenue comes from fans requesting custom videos – with one follower stumping up £781 for a single piece of footage.
She mentioned in the No Jumper show that she discovered her fetish for pretending to be a dog when she attended a rope convention, and met other "pups" – or adults pretending to be animals.
Jenna said: "I had a friend and I kind of experimented a little bit because he was in the kink world too.
"I experimented with obedience training, and being treated like a dog and I never looked back. I felt so in my element."
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