Paris Hilton’s dogs live in an absurdly nice mansion

Welcome to the first dog house you actually want to be sent to.

In case you haven’t been feeling inadequate about your own living arrangements recently, noted rich person Paris Hilton recently took to social media to point out that her tiny dogs have a mansion and you don’t.

The hotel heiress posted several pictures on her pets’ Instagram account (yes, they have their own Instagram account with 111,000 followers) and on her own Twitter account of the lavish digs her dogs have. It’s like an episode of “Cribs” for dogs.

The 300-square-foot “dog house” was decorated by TV personality and interior designer Faye Resnick and is furnished with Philippe Starck furniture, according to House Beautiful.

And yes, that is a balcony.

“My dogs live in this two-story doggy mansion that has air conditioning, heating, designer furniture, and a chandelier,” Hilton wrote. “Loves it.”

As House Beautiful noted, “The walls inside are bubble gum pink and the crown molding is black. Upholstered daybeds, bean bags and doggy beds are scattered around for the precious pups to use at their leisure. A black chandelier and matching staircase, fit for a palace, anchor the two floors.”

Oh, and there is a fancy lawn and a golden fire hydrant, because even peeing and pooping at this doggie mansion is done in style. Clearly, whoever said money doesn’t buy happiness has never talked to Hilton’s dogs.

And as the residents of a fancy mansion are wont to do, Hilton’s pets invite all of their friends over for epic house parties.

People lavishing their pets with fancy digs is nothing new, which is funny when you consider that many animals are at their happiest rolling around in dirt.

But on the off chance you don’t have millions of dollars to spend on your pet but still want to show them you love them, here are a few inexpensive dog houses you could make or buy. Just maybe don’t let your dog look at Hilton’s Instagram account first.

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Mitchell Byars was born and raised in Hawaii and currently lives in Boulder, Colorado, where he is a reporter. On his free time, he likes to golf, swim and enjoy a nice beer.

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