So, we couldn't help but wonder how the blonde beauty is doing during this rough time.
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Kay Rozario, a woman that Kim calls her ‘second mother' was attacked by the pitbull in March, and claims that Kim offered to pay for none of the medical bills.
However, that's not what Kim is saying about the situation! The reality TV star gave a statement, saying
Well here's yet another good reason you should NEVER leave your dog unattended in a car!!
An Australian woman has been making headlines today after she was awarded $143,590 by Victoria's Transportation Accident Commission (TAC) for an incident that took place almost 10 years ago!
However, the large wad of cash the woman received is NOT what's catching people's attention! It's the fact that she was injured when she was run over BY HER DOG!
Kim Richards might want to rethink this one.
Yesterday we learned that Kim's dog, Kingsley, sent Kyle Richard's daughter to the emergency room. According to sources, Kingsley attacked Kyle's daughter, Alexia Umansky, so badly that she had to undergo TWO surgeries!!
One might think that Kim would be profusely apologizing right about now…but sadly, that's not the case.
Apparently, Kim is blaming Alexia for the attack because she "bothered" Kingsley despite a request from her aunt to leave the dog alone.
Even if Alexia DID bother Kingsley, that's still no excuse for a vicious bite!
In an official statement regarding the whole ordeal, Kim explained:
Ian Somerhalder recently shared an amazing photo of him hanging at his place with his lovely legs and also his two precious pups!
But the actor wasn't just showing off how cute his pooches were — although they were SUPER adorable!
The Vampire Diaries actor also revealed how desperately he wants to stop the killing of millions of animals each year, and he's got an ah-mazing opportunity for anyone who wants to also lend a hand to stop the senseless violence!
Wow, what a HEARTBREAKING story.
Kimberly Hayden, the owner of 12-year-old pug named Chloe, is planning to sue the vet who removed her dog's eye without consent.
The unfortunate situation began when Kimberly brought Chloe in to treat the pup's scratched cornea, an injury the vet said could be remedied with medication among other options. At the initial appointment, Hayden opted to treat Chloe's eye with medication, so you can imagine her surprise when the vet's office called to inform her that they had REMOVED Chloe's eye at a follow-up visit.