The Hotel heiress spent the night in the hospital after being bitten by her pet Kinkajou. Hilton made headlines late last year when she originally imported the dangerous and illegal South American marsupial and insisted on keeping it as a pet. Since then she has been seen about town with her ubiquitous chihuahua “Tinkerbell” and “Baby Luv” the kinkajou. In a prelude to a photo shoot for her upcoming album release, Hilton and the kinkajou were playing on the floor when the animal became excited and clamped down on her left arm. Paris was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital and treated with a Tetanus shot for fear of disease from the beast’s dirty maw. “Baby Luv” is undergoing periodic de-lousing as well as an ongoing hour-by-hour STD watch which is still in effect.
After a rousing end-of-year trifecta of animal mis-treatment (swapping her dog for a newer smaller model, trading in that dog for a rare rainforest creature, and being unanimously voted in as the worst pet owner of 2005), Paris Hilton’s infamous care of her Chihuahua Tinkerbell has rippled through the fashion industry and resulted in this ‘Ode a Produit’. Wisconsin Designer James Piatt has created a handbag inspired by Tinkerbell’s corpse. Made of leather combined with solid lucite, now you can dispose of your dog at the whims of fashion seasons just like Paris Hilton!
WARNING: Only the truly icy-cool PupStylist can pull-off carrying their Chihuahua in this purse without getting a full force PETA beatdown.
Tinkerbell knocked up and then un-knocked up?!?! In a follow-up to an end-of-year story; Tinkerbell’s loose and reckless handling came back to bite her after she was knocked-up by a scurilous Pomeranian as reported by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. But what has happened since then? Dogs generally carry for 2 months. Which did not happen as she would be “with-puppies” during the shooting of The Simple Life. We will leave you to draw your own conclusions…