is taking family photos with her puppies!
On Saturday, the 54-year-old pop star shared an adorable snap wearing in a white quilted mini dress that matched her white-haired Jack Russell terriers' fur.
“Me and DemPuppies ❤️🐶🐶,” Carey wrote in the caption of her , which captured the “Fantasy” singer holding her two dogs in each arm.
Carey loves to share photos with her pups on her social media, as seen when she posted a pic cuddling with the two canines on her Instagram back in May.
“A little moment before the studio,” she with four dog emojis and a red heart.
The month before, she shared another snap of one of her pooches lying down in her lap. “With my bestie 🐶,” she in the caption.
A longtime animal lover, Carey most recently welcomed two new furry additions to the family: light orange cats named Nacho and Rocky Jr.!
She shared the news on X (formerly known as Twitter) last month with a photo of her and , Monroe and Moroccan — whom she shares with ex — holding the kittens.
“Summer prolonged... even though I try, I can't let go!” Carey wrote, referencing the lyrics to her 1991 song “Can’t Let Go.”
“Introducing, the new adopted family members: Nacho & Rocky Jr.,” she continued, adding two cat emojis.
At the time, Carey also included two adorable photos with her daughter in the same post. The mother-daughter duo both sported two wetsuits (Carey’s is pink and Monroe’s is blue) while they sat on foam noodles in the pool.
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Earlier this month, the Grammy winner about how fast her kids are growing up while promoting her with .
"Don't rush all of our lives," the proud mom said with a laugh. "They're still 12."
The “Butterfly” singer-songwriter added that getting to watch Moroccan and Monroe grow into young adults is "actually really beautiful."
"They're good, nice kids," she continued. "They're kind-hearted people, and I really enjoy being around them and watching them grow up into the people that they're ultimately going to become."