Kim and Kourtney Kardashian Got “Sister Puppies” for North and Penelope
After celebrating her birthday with a totally normal party at Chuck E. Cheese’s, North West continues to check off things on her bucket list by getting adorable matching puppies with her best friend and cousin, Penelope Disick.
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Before we go on, please take a moment to imagine the pure joy North and P must have felt upon receiving these balls of fluff from their moms, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian.
Kim announced the newest Keeping Up With the Kardashians cast members on Instagram with a shot of the pups snuggling in a white basket. “Sister puppies for North & P!” she captioned the photo. “Penelope named hers honey. What should we name ours?” To help with the naming process, or maybe just to indulge in the cuteness, the KKW Beauty entrepreneur posted two additional snaps of the tiny canines.
Kourtney opted for a more low-key announcement: a photo of Honey wearing a pink crown, which she captioned simply, “Her name is honey.”
We can only hope North and Penelope’s moms will keep sharing photos of these furry family members. If we’re really lucky, they’ll take a cue from their youngest sister, Kylie Jenner, who shows off her dogs Norman and Bambi on their own Instagram account.
What do you think North should name Honey’s sister? Tweet us your ideas @BritandCo!
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