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British Actress Elizabeth Hurley Lets Her Dogs Kill FoxesBritish Actress Elizabeth Hurley Lets Her Dogs Kill Foxes

British Actress Elizabeth Hurley Lets Her Dogs Kill Foxes

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British actress and model Liz Hurley has upset quite a few animal lovers with the confession that her dogs have killed foxes while running loose on the grounds of her expansive Herefordshire home.

While discussing her three Labradors with Eamonn Holmes on Sky News, the actress said that her property, valued at six million pounds, has become a free-for-all playground for her “naughty” dogs, who have taken to running wild in a “vicious little pack.”

The “Austin Powers” and “Gossip Girl” star admitted that the dogs have killed multiple foxes on the estate and love terrorizing local sheep.

This interview caught the attention of several animal rights groups – including The National Fox Welfare Society, Animal Aid and PETA – who have labeled Hurley a “bad owner” and called her acceptance of the inhumane behavior “despicable.”

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