Katie Price petition to stop her buying animals has DOUBLED in signatures since she gave Princess's puppy away

OVER 14,000 people have signed a petition calling for Katie Price to be banned from owning pets for life.

The online request has doubled in signatures since the 43-year-old gave away her daughter Princess’s puppy.


The Sun revealed how the mum-of-five gave the pooch, called Precious, to a member of the crew working on her latest TV show.

Precious was a gift for Princess following the death of her beloved dog Rolo, who was found by Harvey’s carer aftter getting stuck under an armchair.

Shortly after the death of the French bulldog the petition was launched by a concerned animal lover.

"A puppy has died in the last 24 hours in Katie Price's care, she bought this puppy for her 13-year-old child 3 weeks ago," it read.

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"In the last 5 years more animals have died from lack of care. Horses, dogs, cats, lizards, hedgehogs. This isn't a single family tragedy. It's a common thing in Katie Price's home."

It continued: "Two dogs have been ran over. Puppies were found dead drowning in a neglected swimming pool. A horse was run over on a motorway. Animals just go missing in her home never to be seen again.

"Her guard dog broke into her neighbours garden and killed their chickens. A dog trained to attack people also ripped her cat apart."

Animal rights group PETA has also said Katie should be stopped from owning any more pets.



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