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Kim Kardashian's Cat Pic Brings Out PETA's Claws

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Kim Kardashian has landed a scolding from PETA after posting a photo of her holding a cat by the scruff of its neck on Twitter.

“Pic from my shoot yesterday…good kitty cat!” she tweeted.

Only PETA doesn’t agree. In a statement to X17Online.com, the animal rights org said “Kim Kardashian isn’t the only person who mistakenly thinks that because a mother cat picks up her kittens by the scruff of the neck that a supportive hand under the rump isn’t needed.”

Not so fast. On the other side of the pond, the RSPCA told Confidential that Kim’s handling of the kitty is how they generally pick up their own cats. “But if it’s a larger cat, we’d put the hand under the rump,” they added. “She’s at least half right.”

What do you think? Bad for kitty or par for the course?

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