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Kris Jenner criticized for using a sea lion as party entertainment

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Kris Jenner may be separated from her husband, Bruce Jenner, but it sounds like she isn’t slowing down with her life. In fact, it sounds like she is busy traveling, as she was recently spotted in Mexico with Ben Flajnik and “Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis. However, there was one thing in the photo she posted that caused quite the stir. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Dec. 6, Kris Jenner is now being criticized for posing with a sea lion in Mexico.

The sea lion was borrowed by Francis from a nearby water park. And PETA was quick to comment on Kris’ behavior, even though she was not the one who rented the sea lion. Of course, the Kardashians are often criticized by PETA, because of Kim’s decision to wear fur.

“Sea lions are wild animals,” a PETA rep has revealed. “They’re not party props, playmates or pool toys! Animals forced to interact with visitors or perform tricks such as handstands are often trained in cruel ways, including beatings and food deprivation.” The rep continued, “Sea lions are sensitive living beings who belong in the wild, where they have the freedom to swim long distances, lounge in the sun, hunt for food, and raise their families. They don’t belong in any millionaire’s backyard swimming pool!”

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