The hotel heiress was reported to serve the community work in the next couple of weeks by working at a local animal shelter following her cocaine arrest in August.
After pleading guilty to cocaine possession following her arrest in Las Vegas in August, Paris Hilton reportedly will begin her court-ordered community service in the next couple of weeks, Radar Online reported. A source close to Paris told the site that the 29-year-old socialite will likely serve the community work by devoting herself to animals.
"Paris will most likely be doing her community service at a local animal shelter, or working with animals," the source said. Paris has also been reportedly warned by her friends and family "not to bring home the stray animals because she can't stand to see an animal in distress."
The source mentioned that Paris has been serious about helping the animals even though she hasn't started the community service yet. After learning that rabbits are used to feed snake, the hotel heiress was said rescuing "some rabbits from a pet store that were going to end up as food for snakes. Paris would love to work to end this."
Paris recently visited sick kids at The Children's Hospital in Los Angeles, in a bid to put her cocaine arrest behind her. On her Twitter page, Paris also revealed her plan "to do art" with the children this week. On her hospital visit, the source commented, "Paris gets so much from the time she spends with the children. Paris has such admiration for the brave parents that are dealing with so much."
Paris Hilton formally entered the guilty plea to one drug-related misdemeanor on September 20. She also pleaded guilty to one charge of lying to a police officer as following her August arrest, she claimed the purse, in which police officers found the cocaine, was not hers and said that she first thought the substance was gum.