Mexico City.- The actress of Televisa, Ninel Conde is in the midst of controversy, as it caused outrage that he was seen in a basketball game posing with a puppy painted as ‘Pikachu’, the famous character from Pokémon, the same one with which he would seek to mate his pet.
This act is considered animal abusebecause the dyes can cause serious damage to pets and they even highlighted among some comments that this action can be punished as a federal crime in the United States, where the famous currently resides.
The commotion caused by the dog led the Miami Pet Protection and Adoption Center to fine the animal’s owner USD 200, despite the fact that he argued that the dye was special for animals, since they are supposedly organic.
It was not Ninel Conde’s dog but it does the same
Although the personified mascot of ‘Pikachu’ was not from the ‘Killer Bombón’, he thought it was a very good idea and despite the criticism he received, he chose to do the same to his dog, so without fear of attacks on social networks, he showed it on his Instagram account, where you can see him with his ears, tail and paws painted purple.
As expected, Ninel once again caused a stir and the show program Gossip Not Like had a talk with one of the members of the organization for animal rights PETAAlicia Aguayo, who likewise disapproved of this action, assuring that there are no safe ways to dye pets, as there are always risks of intoxication or poisoning that can be fatal.
Putting a dog’s health at risk by treating it like an accessory is unethical and unnecessary,” said the PETA ambassador.
For his part, Ninel Conde He has turned a deaf ear and has not commented on the matter and continues to show his walks or coexistence with his dyed pet, causing great outrage among animal advocates.
Sources: Pure Show