Kylie Jenner Facing Possible Animal Cruelty Investigation

KYLIE Jenner may face an animal cruelty investigation after posting a Snapchat video of her dog Bambi looking skinny.

The 18-year-old came under fire after posting a video of her Italian Greyhound showing its ribs.

The video showed an excited Bambi jumping up to say hi to her owner.

And within hours of posting, worried fans speculated whether the dog was malnourished.

One Snapchat user said : ‘Please feed your dogs or give them to a loving, attentive home that will. Those dogs are starving.’

Another said: ‘I’ve had an Italian Greyhound as a puppy and despite its hyperactivity it had some skin covering [its] ribs. [There’s] obviously a problem here that she needs to address.

A third user chimed in saying:  ‘Kylie — this is sad. Even for you — suck up your pride and hear what everyone is saying before this becomes explosive.’

Get the dog seen — and find a regimen to [make] them healthy again. This is wrong and you’re in no place to dispute it.’

Now the LA Country Animal Control have confirmed to TMZ on Wednesday they had received complaints regarding Kylie’s treatment of her pets.

But it looks like the youngest Kardashian shouldn’t worry too much, as according to the Italian Greyhound Club of America, her pooches Bambi and Norman look perfectly normal.

Experts with the club told TMZ the video Kylie posted of one of her pups was perfectly normal for the breed.

And they confirmed the pooches are supposed to be lean, as they are bred to run.

A healthy Italian Greyhound should show a hint of 3 ribs and its hip bones.

The IGCA rep also added Bambi could have been taking a breath so she would have looked even thinner and have an exaggerated rib cage.

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