Angelina Jolie recently shared heartbreaking news about her and Brad Pitt’s youngest daughter, Vivienne.
According to Angelina Jolie, Vivienne lost her bunny during surgery. As such, they decided to adopt two more bunnies that are disabled.
Angelina Jolie, Vivienne adopt two bunnies
Jolie said that following the death of Vivienne’s bunny, she made sure to stay calm because she didn’t want her kids to feel even more anxiety.
“Like most parents, I focus on staying calm so my children don’t feel anxiety from me on top of all they are worried about. I put all my energy into them,” she said.
Jolie also talked about the newest addition to her family and said that bunnies need to come in pairs.
“They are so gentle and it has helped to focus on their care with her at this time and on the dogs, and snakes, and lizard,” she said.
Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt’s irresponsible pet owners?
Jolie’s recent statement also proved that her children are responsible for pet parents. However, OK! magazine previously claimed that this wasn’t the case.
In September, the tabloid accused Jolie and Pitt’s kids of being irresponsible pet owners.
“There are so many animals running around and many of them aren’t house trained, so when they get out of their crates, all hell breaks loose. They end up chewing and destroying things and marking their territory. It’s getting out of hand and smelly as hell,” the source said.
The insider also claimed that Angelina Jolie is the one that’s been looking after her children’s pets. But since the actress has a tight schedule, she also finds it difficult to take care of the animals.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. As Jolie just said, her kids take good care of their pets.
Jolie also made headlines this week after she and her son, Pax were photographed hanging out in West Hollywood. The mother and son went shopping.
Angelina, Pax outing
According to Daily Mail, Jolie and Pax also encountered a group of animal rights activists while leaving Urban Outfitters.
Photos of Jolie show the actress wearing an all-black ensemble. Pax, on the other hand, wore a striped long-sleeve sweater and black pants.
Jolie and Pax also stopped to read the signages being carried by a group of demonstrators from PETA.
“Animals are not ours to wear,” one of the signages read.
“This is the face of cashmere,” another signage read.
After Angelina Jolie left the store, the protesters entered the premises.
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