PICS: Meet Kylie Jenner's new pet named Bruce

2015-08-08 08:00
 

Los Angeles - Kylie Jenner has a new pet bunny and she has named it Bruce.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has adopted an unwanted grey rabbit and has given the hopping pet the same moniker as her dad Bruce Jenner - who has undergone gender reassignment surgery and now goes by the name of Caitlyn.

A source has confirmed to Us Weekly magazine that Kylie has named the animal Bruce.

Kylie - whose mother is Kris Jenner - unveiled her bunny buddy on her Snapchat account this week posting a series of videos via her Instagram of her fluffy pet with her best friend Pia Mia.

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A video posted by Kylie Jenner Snapchats (@kylizzlesnapchats) on

In one video Pia says: "The new addition to the clan."

The two pals are seen in the video chatting as Kylie drives back from the animal adoption centre and when asked how she feels being a new parent, Kylie replies "so good".

The rabbit is the latest pet to join the Kardashian/Jenner clan's menagerie of animals.

Kylie also has a pet Greyhound called Norman, Kim Kardashian West has a cat named Mercy and Khloe Kardashian has a pooch called Bernard.

the love is mutual, Norman.

A photo posted by King Kylie (@kyliejenner) on

Kylie has been fully supportive of her father's decision to change sex and become a woman and Caitlyn has told his daughter she can still call her dad.

In a touching conversation between the two, Caitlyn told Kylie: "You can still call me Dad, Kylie. No matter what, I'm always going to be your father. That's never going to change."

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