Ellen Degeneres has dumped other dogs too???

Page Six is claiming that this isn't the first time that Ellen Degeneres has dumped a dog...ELLEN DeGeneres' latest doggy dealing wasn't the first time she'd passed along a pup she'd adopted, says a Los Angeles producer who gave the talk-show queen a pooch she quickly got rid of.

Kerri Randles says she gave DeGeneres a male mutt named Stormy two years ago, only to find out less than two months later that fickle Ellen had re-gifted him to a member of her staff.

"She may have had it for much less time than that. I only say two months because that's when I called to check on the dog and found out she no longer had it," Randles said. "I was totally shocked. I thought she was out of her mind."

DeGeneres may have passed along several other dogs over the years. Howard Stern said on his Sirius show that he'd heard she had done this nine times before.

I don't know what to say about this. I am a big Ellen Degeneres fan and I don't want to say this is true but I had to put it out there.

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  1. i dont know if i pity her if i blame her!! but the real victims r the dogs!

    on October 22, 2007 at 8:17 AM

  2. Anonymous said,

    This is so incredibly silly. As long as she found good homes for the animals, she is no better or worse than the people at any shelter. She may even have access to people who could give an animal a better more stable life than they could find.

    It's all about control. These 'animal people' are fascists. There are many reasons why a person cannot keep an animal, including allergies of a loved one, temperament problems of the animal, danger to other animals in the home, etc. etc. etc.

    Trying to tar and feather Ellen for this is just stupid. As long as the dogs went to good homes, the dogs are hardly victims.

    on October 22, 2007 at 9:24 AM

  3. Taylor_Blue said,

    I am glad that Ellen is trying to give them good homes instead of just abandoning them. It's true these people are just making a spectacle of themselves.

    on October 22, 2007 at 10:55 AM