A former optician, who says she has always “felt like a puppy”, now earns six figures each month by selling video clips of herself acting like a dog.
Jenna Philips from Texas in the US revealed that she’s always felt like a pooch and mimicked the furry animals by chasing a ball and rolling about on the floor, Mirror reports.
While working an optician, the 21-year-old started recording herself performing tricks and posted her videos to subscription platform OnlyFans.
The young woman then encountered two men who told her about the “pet play scene”.
“OnlyFans was just a hobby before but I had just been doing 'vanilla' stuff,” Jenna said. “I then realised there wasn't really a market for female 'puppies'.”
“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.”
After 18 months of posting, her now “kinkier” dog videos have amassed her nearly 120 000 followers on TikTok, Daily Star reports.
Jenna, who is known as ‘thatpuppygirl’ on OnlyFans, now charges her followers a $20 (around R330) subscription fee. She also revealed that most of her money is made from custom videos, which often cost $1 200 (around R20 000) a piece.
“I really love praise. I love hearing 'good girl'. It makes my heart melt every time.
"The majority of the puppy community is for gay men. Whenever I went shopping for the gear, it was only really for men.
"I thought screw it, why don't I create the market? I know there's a demand for it so why don't I supply it?"
Jenna, who has since quit her job, says she now takes naked baths, walks around on a lead and chases after balls to please her fans.
“It's now my full-time job. My revenue has increased 100 times since I moved to puppy play content. I'm making six figures monthly.
"If somebody tells me what they want, I will give them a quote. The kinkier you want, the more it will cost,” she said.
Jenna admits that some requests are a bit too much and she often says no to them.
“There are no animals involved in my filming and never will be. [But] I try to understand where people are coming from with their kinks,” she said.
"I know a lot of people would turn around to me and tell me my kink is crazy so I try not to be judgmental. I love learning more about kinks too. It's my lifestyle 24/7.
"Even when I'm off camera and public I love to be walked on a leash. I have never had any backlash in real life. It only ever happens online.”