Paris Hilton hopes to find his missing furry friend. The 41-year-old told fans on social media that she was looking for her beloved dog. Diamond is smallwho went missing last week.

“It’s so incredibly hard for me to post because I’m at a loss for words,” she wrote Instagram post from September 19. Sharing that her puppy went missing last Wednesday, she continued: “I was at a photo shoot and we’re moving and one of the movers must have left the door open. My family and friends were helping me search the whole neighborhood anyway and went from door to door, but we still haven’t found her.”

“We’ve hired a pet detective, a dog whisperer, a pet psychic, and we’re looking at drones to find dogs,” she continued. “I’m doing everything in my power to get her back.”

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As Paris explained, not knowing where her puppy was right now was nothing short of heartbreaking.

“Anyone who has ever loved a pet and lost one will understand the pain I feel,” she wrote. “My heart is broken, I was in tears, so sad and depressed. I feel like a part of me is missing and nothing would be the same without it. Diamond Baby is everything to me, really like a daughter. We were inseparable, she was my best friend and was always there for me.”

Paris continued: “I was afraid to go public for her, because people can be cruel, and I worry about her safety, but I’m desperate, and the more time passes, the farther I feel from the chances I will get her back.”

The Paris in love star ended her post by including an email address where people can send any tips. “There will be a great reward for her return without question,” she added. “Please, please, please, please write if you know anything and please keep an eye on my baby.”

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