KATIE Price took her dogs on a train journey with fiance Carl Woods just days after a petition to ban her from owning animals hit 20k supporters.
The 44-year-old shared a clip on her Instagram story showing pooch Captain in a pet carrier while Sid and Buddy sat beside Carl, 33.
Also present for the journey was mum-of-five Katie’s eldest, son Harvey, 20.
Speaking in the video, the former glamor model said: “Ooh Captain! All going on a train ride.”
She then pointed the camera at the other two dogs before turning it to her son and added: “Sid and Buddy and Harvey Price.”
Last week an online petition to stop Katie owning any more dogs hit more than 20k and was first set up after she showed off newest pup Captain.
Just last week, fans expressed concern over the way Katie was holding the dog.
“Poor dog, being held terribly!” one wrote, as a second chimed in to agree: “Hold the dog properly love.”
“That poor dog being used like an accessory,” a third said scathingly, as they noted how the puppy was being held just by the chest.
Last year The Sun revealed how Katie gave her pooch, called Precious, to a member of the crew working on her latest TV show.
Precious was a gift for Princess following the death of her beloved dog Rolo, who was found by Harvey’s carer after getting stuck under an armchair.
Shortly after the death of the French bulldog the petition was launched by a concerned animal lover.
Her Alsatian, Sparkle, was hit by a car when it escaped her home and ran out onto the road.
“A puppy has died in the last 24 hours in Katie Price’s care, she bought this puppy for her 13-year-old child 3 weeks ago,” it read.
“In the last 5 years more animals have died from lack of care. Horses, dogs, cats, lizards, hedgehogs. This isn’t a single family tragedy. It’s a common thing in Katie Price’s home.”
Animal rights group PETA has also said Katie should be stopped from owning any more pets.
PETA director, Elisa Allen, told The Sun: “Given her track record with animals, several of whom have died in her ‘care’, it would be irresponsible and reckless for Katie to be allowed to acquire another one.
“And any breeder willing to sell to her is clearly putting profit over the animals’ welfare.”
However, Katie’s rep tells The Sun: “Kate can do no right in some people’s eyes; Kate has always been an avid pet lover and as we’ve mentioned before Kate would welcome a conversation with PETA organizational director, Elisa Allen, but Elisa has yet to get in touch.”