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Paris Hilton Canine Controversy Update

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Paris Hilton is so smart. And also, today is opposite day.

Ecorazzi previously reported that while on Ellen, the hotel heiress revealed that she had essentially opened a mini-Hilton for her 17 dogs in the backyard of her Los Angeles residence. What Paris didn’t know is that it’s illegal to have more than 3 dogs in any “non-kennel, non-breeder, residential address” in LA.  Oh and now that Paris has served time, you better believe the popo was all up on her ass.

Hilton has since cut her doggy supply from 17 to 10….still 7 above legal limits. Paris said:

“I only have 10 dogs now. Some of my dogs had puppies, so I gave some of them away to people I really know and trust. I gave some to my stylist and to a few of my best friends, so now I’m down to 10.” 

How does she get away with the breach? Well first off, she’s stupidly rich and famous (which is the ultimate loophole), but also she claims to not keep all of her pups on the same property.  You tricky, tricky socialite!  Paris also admitted that she has more exotic pets on a ranch in Nevada including: two monkeys, two rabbits and some ferrets.  Two monkeys, of course! I’ve been wondering who penned Paris’ last book, Confession of an Heiress.  Now it all makes sense.

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