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Paris Hilton Opens A Puppy Beauty Parlor

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Paris Hilton loves animals, but not like in a productive, responsible, animals are great kinda way. No, Paris loves animals like Mary J. Blidge loves shoes: the more she has, the more she loves. In fact, at one point Paris reported that she had 600 pets in her various homes including a Rottweiler dog, a bobcat and a Lhasa Aspo. And who could forget the Paris Pet Store Controversy or the Paris Cat Collection Controversy or even the most recent Paris Puppy Palace Controversy? I think it’s probably safe to say that Paris loves animals like children love candy and likewise should be restricted to merely one or two.

However limitations make for bad TV, so instead, Paris Hilton will once again “prove” her love for man’s best friend by hosting UK satellite channel Living TV’s Paris’ Pooches. The premise is simple: a 26-year-old heiress (a.k.a Hilton) manages a beauty parlor for dogs in Bond Street, London.

A source revealed to Britain’s Daily Star Sunday newspaper: “The shop is perfect for Paris. It’s a subject she’s passionate about and it’s a way for her to break into UK TV.

I mean she’s already famous here, she has a best-seller, a fragrance, a clothing line…I guess UK television is really all that’s left. But if you want REALLY good ratings I say we invite her bobcat into the salon and just kinda see what happens! Yeah — that’s hot!


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