Demi Moore brings dog to Louvre despite strict animal ban

Who said dogs can’t be grown?

Demi Moore raised her eyebrows after bringing her dog inside the famous Louvre museum, despite its strict no-pets policy.

The 59-year-old Hollywood star shared images of her visit to the Parisian gallery on Instagram, showing fans how she and her chihuahua Pilaf have soaked up the culture.

The couple posed in front of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa painting and then admired the iconic Venus de Milo sculpture.

“Pilaf takes the Louvre,” Moore captioned the footage shared with his 2.9 million followers.

You could see little Pilaf tucked into Moore’s shirt. Snaps of the star suggested she and her dog were the only ones viewing the artwork in what could have been a private tour of the museum.

The museum has a strict rule against bringing animals inside the building, with the exception of guide and assistance dogs.

Demi Moore takes a selfie with her pup outside the Psyche Revived.
Demi Moore/Instagram
Demi Moore hiding her dog in her shirt at the Louvre.
Demi Moore shows her pup an ancient art as she tucks the pooch into her shirt in front of The Venus de Milo.
Demi Moore/Instagram

Among the objects prohibited from the museum are “all animals, with the exception of guide or assistance dogs accompanying people with motor or mental disabilities”.

Fans were quick to question Pilaf’s unexpected presence.

“How the hell are you allowed to bring a dog to the Louvre? asked a fan.

“Celebs think periods aren’t for them,” wrote another.

“It’s sad when celebrities abuse their notoriety and take their pets to places regular people can’t,” he fumed in the comments. “The Louvre has a no-pets policy with an exemption for service animals. Demi Moore, you should know better.

Representatives for Moore and the Louvre did not immediately respond to the Post’s request for comment.

New York Post

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