Lisa Rinna and her daughter, Amelia Gray Hamlin, are in hot water for sharing an image from a recent photoshoot that featured a French bulldog in a small cage.
On Thursday, the 58-year-old actress took to Instagram to share new images of her youngest daughter for The Perfect Magazine with the caption, “#proudmom.”
The photos feature 20-year-old Hamlin posing in a chair next to a cage that contains a dark grey French bulldog.
While it’s unconfirmed whether or not the dog on-set was Love, Hamlin’s older sister Delilah Belle’s French bulldog, fans quickly became upset that the dog was kept in such a small cage.
“Am I the only person a little bit upset about that tiny cage that poor Frenchie is in,” one Instagram user wrote to Rinna.
“That cage is far too small for your dog,” echoed another.
“Ugh. I’m actually annoyed that y’all had this innocent dog in a cruelly small cage for the sake of this aggressively mediocre photoshoot,” another sounded off, calling the photos, “completely unnecessary.”
“It doesn’t add any aesthetic appeal to the photo at all, just makes y’all look self-absorbed, vain, and unfit to be a dog owner,” someone wrote.
“Are you having a laugh?” one asked. “That crate is far too small for a dog that size, it’s cruel. But then actually posing with it and posting it online….Removed from reality much?”
“Omg, the poor pup! He looks so sad in that teeny crate.”
“Why is the dog in that tiny cage? I can’t see anything past that,” added another.
“I know y’all aren’t seriously putting that dog in a tiny a— cage for a photoshoot. How shallow and vain can you possibly be?” a follower chastised. “So distracted by being rich and famous that you don’t even notice animal cruelty? Y’all are out of touch. Seriously.”
Rinna or Hamlin have yet to comment.