Besides the numerous White House dogs and cats the nation has grown to love throughout their owners' presidencies, the "President's Park" has also seen its share of more unusual pets. Other White House inhabitants who have enjoyed the attention, care and ample 18-acre lawns and grounds include horses, snakes, rare birds, domesticated raccoons, goats, sheep, and even a cow or two. Some enjoyed a dip in the outdoor swimming pool, while others preferred to play on the lawn and in the gardens. Many have been cared for and enjoyed by Dale Haney, the superintendent of the White House Grounds and an employee of the National Park Service who has taken care of the mansion's outdoor living spaces for more than 30 years. Take a look at the menagerie that has roamed the grounds of the White House since the late 1800s.