• Jenna Phillips is making six figures monthly by pretending to be a puppy
  • Phillips has always loved to act like a dog, so she was pleased when she learned that she could make money from it
  • The TikToker used to be a clinical optician for two years before doing puppy content full time

TikToker Jenna Phillips is making six figures by acting like a puppy, so she ditched her former job as a clinical optician.

Phillips, aka "puppy girl," joined subscription-based app OnlyFans for extra cash. She shared "vanilla content" for 18 months while working as an optician. However, her longtime fetish for acting like a dog was the thing that gave her a lucrative pay from the app where she makes $10,000 a month, New York Post reported.

The money she earned was only from OnlyFans where subscribers pay her $20 per month. She also gets paid for her puppy videos that feature her chasing after balls, walking around on a lead and taking a bath, often times naked. The most she has charged was $1,200 for one video.

"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,” she told Unilad.

Even if playing puppy is mostly for men, Phillips decided to still do it because she loves it.

"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 really love praise. I love hearing ‘good girl’. It makes my heart melt every time," Phillips told Unilad.

"Looking back on it now, it’s kind of always been there. I just didn’t know there was a scene, I just thought it was my personality. 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]."

Phillips never thought of making money from her dog fetish. However, when she visited a convention in Chicago, she met a couple of men who introduced her to "pet play scene" and their encounter inspired her to learn more about it.

She started sharing kinky videos of her acting like a puppy and it worked well for her because she noticed that her following has massively increased. As of late, she has 218,000 followers on TikTok.

"There has been a big surge in my followers since I moved to doing puppy play content," Phillips said.

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