Demi Moore takes her DOG to the Louvre Museum in France, despite strict rules banning animals… and shares snaps of puppies in front of the priceless Mona Lisa
- Demi Moore brought her dog Pilaf to the world-famous Louvre Museum, despite a strict rule banning animals inside the building
- Moore posted photos of the dog in front of the Mona Lisa and various statues on her Instagram account on Wednesday
- The Louvre’s website specifically states that all animals — with the exception of guide and assistance dogs — are prohibited from entering the museum
- DailyMail.com has reached out to Moore’s representative for comment on the matter
Demi Moore brought her dog Pilaf to the world-famous Louvre Museum, despite strict rules banning animals inside the building.
Moore, 59, posted photos of her dog in front of the priceless Mona Lisa painting and tucked into her blouse on her Instagram account on Wednesday, leading fans to wonder how the actress even got Pilaf inside.
DailyMail.com has reached out to Moore’s representative for comment on the matter.
That’s a no no! Demi Moore brought her dog Pilaf to the world-famous Louvre Museum on Wednesday, despite strict rules banning animals in the building
The Louvre’s website specifically states that all animals — with the exception of guide and assistance dogs — are prohibited from entering the museum.
“All animals, with the exception of guide dogs or assistance dogs, accompanying persons with motor or mental disabilities,” the website says under the “Prohibited Items” list.
In the photos, Demi held her furry friend in front of the Leonardo da Vinci painting and let him snuggle into her open blouse while she posed in front of various statues.
Not a single other person was in the photos, suggesting Demi may have been on a private tour of the museum.
What happened? Moore brought her dog into the museum, which — with certain exceptions — specifically forbids animals from entering the building
Furry friend: “Pilaf conquers the Louvre,” Moore captioned the picture carousel
“Pilaf conquers the Louvre,” Moore captioned the picture carousel.
Eyebrows were raised in the comments section as fans wondered how Demi was able to get her dog into the museum despite their rules.
‘A dog in the best museum?’ asked a fan.
‘How on earth are you allowed to bring a dog into the Louvre…?’ another posted.
Art lover: Moore held the puppy up to the iconic Mona Lisa painting
‘How is it allowed?’ Fans have addressed the museum’s pet policy in the comments section
‘How is it allowed?’ asked an Instagram user.
“Sad when celebrities abuse their fame and take their pets to places that ordinary people can’t go. The Louvre has a no-dog policy with the exception of service animals. Demi Moore, you should know better.’
The Louvre isn’t the only place Demi has taken Pilaf.
Last month, Demi posted photos of her with Pilaf on the set of their film and at the 2022 French Open final.
Prohibited: The website’s website lists animals under “Prohibited Items”.
The dog was tucked into her bathrobe in photos from her film set and sat on her lap as she watched the tennis match.
Demi is a huge animal lover and announced last year that she takes care of nine dogs at her Idaho mansion.
The GI Jane actress shared a photo of her with her pooches, although Pilaf wasn’t among them.
‘Tonight’s guests!’ Moore joked in the caption.
Silence on the set! Moore brought Pilaf to the set of her film last month
have a ball! The little dog also joined Demi in the 2022 French Open final
canine companion! Last year, Demi announced that she was taking care of nine dogs at her Idaho mansion
In 2019, Moore opened up to Women’s Wear Daily about her life with her dogs and her reopening to love.
“I feel like this time was all about being in a relationship with myself, and that relationship with myself has to be whole and complete before I can really open up to anyone else,” she said.
“I hope there is a partner in my future when the time is right. I think we’re a community breed – we shouldn’t be alone – although I was very comfortable on my own – me and my seven dogs. My aunt gave me a pillow that said, “I sleep with dogs,” and I do, but maybe I can free up some room in the king bed.”