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Kyle Richards' Neon Sign at Home Makes a Bold Statement

Thanks to the bright blue message on her wall, the RHOBH cast member makes it clear who isn't welcome in her abode. 

By Abby Feiner
Kyle Richards Is Staying Put in Her New Home for Five Adorable Reasons

Whether spending time with her family's six dogs or helping free a family of ducks from her pool, it's no secret that Kyle Richards absolutely adores animals. As it turns out, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member expects the same quality in her house guests.

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In a recent Instagram Story, Kyle shared a look at a stunning room of her house featuring black and white tiles, a chic fireplace (there are eight in the home!), and modern ceiling lights. The most eye-catching feature of the space, however, is the blue neon sign that reads: "If you don't like animals get out."

While the sign is likely a conversation-starting statement piece rather than a hard-and-fast rule, Kyle's love for animals seems to know no bounds. In case letting her dog Storm sit beside her on her pristine white sofa wasn't proof enough, Kyle previously revealed that her pets were the reason she decided to stay put in the Encino mansion after it was burglarized.  

"There was one point after our house was burglarized that I thought, 'You know, I may have to sell the house.' But then I look at my dogs and I see how much they love this house and I think, 'I could never leave, they're so happy,'" Kyle told in the video above. "And it makes me so happy sitting out here in the morning, having my coffee on the porch in my rocking chair watching my dogs."

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In March, the family welcomed their sixth dog to the household. "The new member of our family," Mauricio Umansky captioned a photo of an adorable dog. "Luna."

While it seems all animals are welcome at the Richards-Umansky house, the rule certainly does not apply for insects. In March, Mauricio posted a video of himself completing a late night request from his daughters. “When you have a [house] full of girls and they wake you to kill a cockroach. Good luck falling back to sleep,” Mauricio wrote, with Kyle commenting, “I guess this was my Mother's Day gift. They didn't wake me to deal with this.” 

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