Why Bieber Shouldn’t Be a Role Model, Reason #1,063

There are reports this weekend that Justin Bieber has ‘abandoned’ his third pet (yes, 3!!). His latest victim is an adorable American bulldog puppy called Karma.

According to The Sun, Biebs left Karma with a dog trainer back in February (as in, 10 months ago February, smh)… and hasn’t been back for her since.

‘This is like taking your kid to school and not picking it back up,’ said trainer Trevor Dvernichuk.

Karma was only to be in the trainer’s care for a few weeks…however, the singer has failed to return to get the dog and is said to have not responded to calls to take her back. To add a-hole to DBaggery; the trainer claims that the singer has not paid for Karma’s upkeep!

For the record, the pop star had the puppy from December 2013- February 2014…a whopping two months!

In September, the dog trainer took to his Facebook page, writing: ‘Karma is gonna bite you in your ass biebers.’

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This isn’t the first pet that the international superstar has left behind after a brief period of time. In December 2012, he gave away his pet hamster, Pac, to a random screaming fan at a Jingle Ball concert, making her promise she would ‘take care of him’. Sadly the teenage super-fan didn’t turn out to be a very good surrogate parent to Pac, and he went to ‘little hamster heaven,’ in March 2013. In June last year, Bieber’s Capuchin monkey was seized by German customs officials after the singer brought it on tour to Munich with him without the right vaccination and import paperwork. He had the opportunity to retrieve 20-month old Mally, but failed to collect him on time and missed a deadline to send the documents, according to customs spokesman Thomas Meister. Ownership of the animal was then transferred to Germany and he was taken first to a Munich animal shelter and now lives in Serengeti Park near Hanover, which later billed Biebs $8,000 to cover vaccinations, accommodation and transport. The Munich shelter has previously criticised Bieber for keeping such a young monkey as a pet, saying it shouldn’t have been taken away from its mother until it was a year old. Experts say Capuchins also need to be kept in groups, not alone.

A representative for Justin Bieber declined to comment on the matter after being approached.

via DailyMail

This dude has his head so far up you-know-where…he needs to implant a plexi-glass panel in his abdomen so he can see where he’s going. As if public enemy wasn’t bad enough…now he’s pet-enemy #1.

 

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