Imagine living in a world so perfect that you never had to wear any clothes more restrictive than your flowiest cold shoulder caftan. A world so perfect that you had long, glossy hair and could do splits on demand. A world so perfect that you had FIVE dogs. If you haven’t guessed already (and of course, you have, you were onto us at "caftan"), such a perfect world does exist and it’s the world of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Kyle Richards.
We’re pretty familiar with Kyle’s lifestyle: handsome husband Mauricio in an The Agency hat, four happy daughters, a house in Beverly Hills and a house in the desert that she may or may not have stolen from sister Kim, an upcoming TV show starring Alicia Silverstone... But you know that already, don’t you, you Kyle scholars you?! What you may not know is the exact level of cuteness of the longtime dog lover’s five dogs. She has said before she’s the main caretaker of her canine brood and head dog wrangler (with help from Portia), but Kyle doesn’t seem to mind. When we say each one is cuter than the last we are not effing around. We now present you with Kyle’s dogs, in ascending cuteness order, to prove our point. Roll call!
Chloe is a precious Yorkiepoo with a penchant for wearing clothes—or at least a tolerance for being dressed up.
Next up we have Golden Retriever Bambi, whose commitment to her tennis ball is both adorable and admirable.
To continue with the cute larger dog theme, we have German Shepherd, River, whose floppy ear and love of her sister Bambi positively kills us.
And then there’s Pomeranian Romeo who is an absolutely irresistible ball of fluff, just made for cuddling. (Please note in the dog cuddle puddle photo that is actually three dogs, not two.)
Topping the list of Kyle Richards' cutest dogs is Storm, who is the newest dog on the scene as he was a Christmas present Kyle received this year. Storm is half Newfoundland, half Saint Bernard and ALL cute. (We will admit that this adorable furball has unfair advantage because PUPPY PICTURES, but, come on, PUPPY PICTURES, who can blame us?!)