Kim Kardashian melted her fan's heart when she shared a picture of her lookalike daughter, Chicago West, smiling alongside a dog. The sweet snapshot showed how much the little one loves dogs.
In the caption, Kim mentioned that her little daughter loves dogs. In the first picture, Chicago smiled brightly as she stood beside a furry white dog.
The second snapshot featured the 2-year-old hugging her furry friend as she kissed him. Looks like the little one wasn't afraid of the dog although it was a lot bigger than her.
Chicago is not the only animal lover in the family. Previously, her siblings, North and Saint got acquainted with Coyote Peterson, a wildlife expert and educator, and learned about different species of reptiles and amphibians.
Kim Kardashian and North West attend the Givenchy show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2015 on September 28, 2014. | Source: Getty Images
The kids weren't scared of the animals at all. Kim proudly posted some snapshots of her kids petting the reptiles and amphibians on her Instagram.
"My fearless kids love animals."
Kim sure loves her children to the moon and back. In the upcoming issue of "CR Fashion Book," the mother-of-four opened up about her experience of raising her kids and how that inspired her to establish herself as a lawyer.
According to "PEOPLE," Kim said that she evolved to become who she is today because of her kids and her marriage to Kanye, saying that her life is entirely different now as compared to how it was when she started out.
According to her, she hates it that the society and the justice system is discriminatory against the black and brown people. She is passionate about bringing justice to such people because her own kids are biracial.
However, splitting time for her studies in between her work and her motherly responsibilities is tough. But Kim is juggling her responsibilities with patience.
In an interview with "E! News," Kim once revealed that while it was tough to start working again once she had North, it was all about prioritizing and figuring out what's important.
According to her, being a new mother made her selective when it came to working and she preferred to work on projects that were meaningful.