Paris Hilton has come under fire from animal rights group PETA for buying a new Chihuahua puppy, which is related to her beloved dog who died earlier this year.
The US media personality revealed the latest addition to the “Hilton family of pets” in an Instagram post this week, two months after her heartbreak on death of long time partner Harajuku B****who was 23 years old.
He uploaded a short video of his new dog, which he hasn’t named yet, for his 24.1 million followers on the social network.
hilton She added in a caption: “Absolutely in love with my new pup! He is so adorable and sweet!
“So special that he’s actually related to my Harajuku B**** angel who passed away earlier this year. It’s like having a little piece of her still here with me.”
It comes after the socialite and businesswoman described her “immense grief” over the loss of Harajuku B****, named after a Tokyo district known for its colorful fashion, in May.
But PETA criticized the star for “advertising her troubled purchase on social media” and said Hilton should have adopted a homeless animal, rather than buying the dog from a breeder.
“Apparently the star has been living under a rock if she thinks buying animals is a compassionate thing to do; a visit to an animal shelter would have shown her how many Chihuahuas need homes, and five minutes on Petfinder would yield thousands more.” , including puppies,” she said in a statement.
“PETA knows that retail therapy is what Paris Hilton likes best, but we’re asking her to stick to buying trinkets and bags.”
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Now he has promised to place a series of “mind-blowing” billboards in Los Angeles in response to his “speciesist splurge.”
Earlier this year, Hilton revealed the arrival of your baby like thisn Phoenix Barron Hilton Reumwho was born by surrogacy.
The 42-year-old, famous for her business ventures and reality shows like The Simple Life, also spoke to Sky News recently about her experiences. assisting so-called boarding schools for “troubled teens” and campaigning against alleged abuse on site.