Actor Oscar Isaac brought his dog Moby along for his first Rolling Stone cover shoot. But he's not the first to be photographed with a pet or other animal – and certainly won't be the last. Stevie Nicks posed with her brother Chris' cockatoo, Maxwellington, on the cover of the magazine for the September 3rd, 1981 and who can forget the many dogs, snakes cats and other critters that have made their debut on the magazine over the decades. Here, we take a look back at 19 of the memorable portraits.
Photographer Mark Seliger captured the Game of Thrones star in a gray tank top with a falcon at the ready for the story on how he became Jon Snow.
"Shades Of Cool" singer snuggled up to a gray kitty cat in bed for this cover story that proclaimed her the "Saddest, Baddest Diva."
Chevy Chase shared the cover with two pesky parrots back in 1983.
Lea Michele, Cory Montieth and Jane Lynch were joined by an eager canine for the "Glee Gone Wild" cover of the magazine.
King Kong may be a fictional ape, but he made his magazine debut in 2005.
Stevie posed with her brother Chris' cockatoo, Maxwellington, on the cover of the magazine for the September 3rd, 1981 issue to promote her solo debut album Bella Donna, which was released on July 27th, 1981.
The Star Wars and X-Men movie star brought his dog Moby for support.
These critters framed the ethereal songstress.