Khloe Kardashian annoys sister Kim by buying niece North West a pet hamster
Khloe Kardashian riled sister Kim Kardashian by buying her daughter North West a pet hamster.
The latest episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians kicked off with Khloe looking after the five-year-old, who wanted to spend the day riding in a limo and seeing a spider exhibit.
The day didn’t get off to a flying start though as North was left unimpressed when her aunt failed to arrive in a ‘white unicorn limo’.
In a bid to make amends, Khloe asked North what she could do to make her happy, to which the oldest on Kim and Kanye West’s children replied: ‘Only if you get me a hamster.’
Khloe wasted no time in racing North down to the nearest pet store, explaining to the cameras: ‘I needed this day to be memorable so I had to buy her something.
‘Money cannot buy love, but sometimes it can buy excitement and joy.’
Naturally Kim was less than amused by North’s new present and sought revenge by making Khloe look for the missing pet, knowing full well it was roaming the house in a plastic ball.
After Khloe had finally found the rodent she rang Kim up to apologise, telling her older sister: ‘I’ll never buy anyone a hamster ever again.’
Of course Kim also raged about the new pet purchase after the episode had aired on Twitter, writing: ‘This North and Khloe is not cool. I can’t believe Khloe let North talk her into getting a hamster.’
In another tweet, she added: ‘Rule #1 Don’t buy other people pets.’
The Kardashians have had a number of pets over the years, including fluff ball kitten Mercy who was gifted to Kim as a present from Kanye back in 2012.
The feline was later given to Khloe’s assistant after Kim discovered she was allergic but sadly passed away a few weeks later from a virus.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians airs Sundays on E! in the US.
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