The Short Path to a Rodent King’s Doom
Christmas week is notoriously slow, news-wise — so slow that I will now report on Justin Bieber’s hamster. Via TMZ:
FEAR NOT JUSTIN BIEBER FANS … his former pet hamster (ya know, the one he gave away) is now living in the lap of luxury with its new owner … who has vowed to treat the little guy like a tiny rodent king!!! …
We spoke to 18-year-old Tori — huge Bieber fan — who tells us she was shocked when the Biebs randomly offered her the cage … but is excited about looking after the lil’ guy and assures us he’s in great hands.
Now PAC will live happily ever after — except in the delusions of animal rights moonbats, who are screeching in outrage:
Justin Bieber issued a DEATH SENTENCE to his pet hamster PAC when he gave it away to a screaming fan (who promised to love and cherish it forever) outside of a concert earlier this month … this according to the California Hamster Association (yes, there’s actually a California Hamster Association).
TMZ spoke to a rep for the group … who tells us Bieber committed an act of “animal cruelty” when he gifted away the animal … even if his intentions were good.
The CHA tells us … hamsters are fragile creatures that “often succumb quickly to illness and death,” especially when faced with “sudden environmental change.”
In short … “The moment that hamster was handed off to a screaming girl in a harsh, frenzied environment was likely the moment it gazed at the short path to its doom.”
According to the moonbats, the hamster should have been incarcerated in an official animal shelter or rescue center, instead of being given to an adoring fan. With progressives it always comes down to internment camps, even for hamsters.
On tips from Ummah Gummah. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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