Mike Pence's new puppy and kitten have no idea what they just got into

Mike Pence's new puppy and kitten have no idea what they just got intoVice President Mike Pence keeps filling Trump's pet-less White House with his own collection of animals.  SEE ALSO: Presidential pets, ranked Over Father's Day weekend, Pence was back in Indiana where he was surprised with a new puppy, Harley. And… for Father's Day, we surprised @VP with an Indiana puppy! Introducing: Harley! pic.twitter.com/ZlvNasOw9b — Karen Pence (@SecondLady) June 18, 2017 Harley already took a flight on Air Force Two and is getting the lay of Veep-land in Washington, D.C.  New Second Dog – Harley – got his first ride on Air Force Two with @VP. Next exploring the grounds & house at Vice President's Residence. pic.twitter.com/opmERCsii2 — Marc Lotter (@VPPressSec) June 19, 2017 Harley joins the Pence family after their beagle Maverick died just before the election. Even though Harley is the first and only Second Dog, there are plenty of other Pence pets. This weekend in Indiana the family also brought home a new kitten, Hazel.  We welcomed a new kitten to our family during our trip back home to Indiana this weekend!Introducing: Hazel! pic.twitter.com/TWk6WeUQi6 — Karen Pence (@SecondLady) June 18, 2017 Earlier this month Oreo, one of the family cats who had joined along on Air Force Two back in January, died. The black-and-white cat (the Pences got creative with the name) was 13 years old. But the Pences still have kitty Pickle, and we can't forget about their rabbit, Marlon Bundo — another gem of a pet name. Rest in peace Oreo. You touched a lot of hearts in your little life. Our family will miss you very much. pic.twitter.com/0Ar9Sr5kpz — Karen Pence (@SecondLady) June 10, 2017 Thanks to @usairforce for a great flight to Washington, DC with Karen, Charlotte, Oreo, Pickle and our rabbit, Marlon Bundo. pic.twitter.com/zKzZYcI9OE — Mike Pence (@mike_pence) January 9, 2017 And back in Mississippi with Pence's son, Michael, is the family pet snake, Sapphira. That's the one animal that hasn't made it to the capital yet. We hope Harley's transition to political life isn't too stressful for a young pup. Harley's arriving as everything heats up in D.C. — and not just the weather. WATCH: This 800-pound alligator wandered into shopping center

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