The Pence family brought their two cats and bunny with them to D.C. and VP Pence got a puppy for Father's Day this year.
INDIANAPOLIS -- A new profile of Vice President Mike Pence says his boss is not a fan of his pets.
An advisor to Pence told The Atlantic that President Trump was overheard saying he was "embarrassed" that the Pence family brought their pets to Washington D.C.
The Pence family brought two cats, a snake and a rabbit named "Marlon Bundo" from Indiana to the Vice President's Naval Observatory residence in D.C.
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One of those cats, Oreo died back in June. Oreo was 13 years old. The other cat, Pickles, died this week, according to Second Lady Karen Pence.
We will all miss Pickle, our very chatty, sweet kitty of 16 years. pic.twitter.com/X4xx8nH6vN— Karen Pence (@SecondLady) December 7, 2017
We will all miss Pickle, our very chatty, sweet kitty of 16 years. pic.twitter.com/X4xx8nH6vN
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During a trip to Indiana shortly after Oreo's death, the family adopted another kitten. On that same trip, the Vice President was gifted a puppy named "Harley" from his family for Father's Day.
READ | Pence family welcomes puppy, kitten to family during trip to Indiana
Earlier this year, CNN reported that the Trump family was "breaking tradition" by becoming the first president in modern presidential history to not keep a pet at the White House.
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