There’s Actually a Petition to Prevent Farrah Abraham From Getting Another Dog
What goes around, comes around? In July, Farrah Abraham encouraged her daughter, Sophia, 9, to prank a friend by telling her that her dog died, and just two days later, their beloved pet, Blue, passed away. In a bizarre turn of events, the former Teen Mom OG star posted a lengthy video about their Pomeranian pup who was rushed to the vet but couldn’t be saved. Now, people are signing a petition, hoping to ban Farrah and her daughter from ever being able to own a dog again. Watch the video above for all the details.
“Sophia Abraham had a little dog named Blue and because the dog didn’t wanna go outside, she viciously grabbed his throat and threw him outside and he died as a result,” the petition reads. “Sophia and Farrah Abraham do not need to own any more animals and have their horse and current puppy removed from care.” It should be noted, however, that the cause of Blue’s death has not been confirmed.
So far, 90 of the 1,000-person goal has been reached, but that hasn’t stopped the mother-daughter duo from being in the vicinity of other furry friends. On Sunday, Aug. 19, Sophia posted a pic holding a tiny pup with the caption, “We at @dogpound boxing with my mama @farrah__abraham and with @cupcake_zuchon #workout #farrahabraham #sophiaabraham #cupcake #zuchon #dogpound #nyc #newyork.”
Immediately, people began commenting on the photo, with many concerned for the dog’s safety. “Please don’t kill this dog, too,” one person wrote. “Dogs deserve love. Not to die because you didn’t want to let your last dog go to the bathroom.” Another added, “OMG the last thing you need is another dog, if anything happens to this one there should be extreme measures taken because you tossed Blue out the window, no child just no! Hope y’all do right by this one.” A third nervous commenter chimed in, “Oh f–k!!!! Devil child put the dog DOWN.”
Last month, the 27-year-old mama took to Snapchat with her mini-me and said, “Kids dare. First, we’re going to ding dong ditch. Then we’re going to come back and we’re going to be like, ‘Oh my God your dog died! It’s crazy, right?'”
Fans quickly started saying it was karma. “Karma. For telling Sophia to tell her friend’s dog died as a joke,” one person wrote. “KARMA.” Another added, “That’s karma for you,” and a third angry commenter chimed in, “It’s called KARMA!! Sorry for your loss, but don’t you think you kind of deserve it? And why in the heck would you go posting it on IG? You seriously need help, and your child needs a better parent.”
Although no one deserves to have their pet pass away, the timing was suspicious. “I miss Blue super super much, but he is in good hands now in doggy heaven,” Sophia wrote on Instagram at the time. “He went into shock and then 30 seconds later, he past[sic] away the emergency room note said the little doggy was found with no heartbeat. I miss him so so so much and he was my favorite dog and I always played tag with him and I’d always give him love and his kong and he’d go crazy over it. I miss you Blue very very much!”
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