Paris Hilton offered a ‘big reward’ with ‘no questions asked’ after her dog Diamond Baby goes missing

Paris Hilton offers a ‘big reward’ with ‘no questions asked’ after her beloved dog Diamond Baby goes missing

  • The 41-year-old socialite took to Instagram on Monday with a post detailing her disappointment
  • The dog is a brownish-black colored small female canine named Diamond Baby
  • The dog was last seen five days ago in the Beverly Hills area near Mulholland Drive and Clarendon Road
  • She has set up an email address finddiamondbaby@gmail.com to help with the efforts
  • Hilton said: ‘Please, please, please email if you know anything and please keep an eye on my baby’

Paris Hilton has offered a ‘big reward’ for the return of her beloved pet Chihuahua Diamond Baby.

The 41-year-old socialite took to Instagram on Monday with a series of posts detailing her disappointment after the disappearance of Diamond Baby, a gray-black little female dog.

Amidst the post, the reality star served a notice to a lost dog, saying the dog was last seen five days ago in the Beverly Hills area near Mulholland Drive and Clarendon Road.

Latest: Paris Hilton, 41, has offered a 'big reward' for the return of her beloved pet Chihuahua Diamond Baby.  She was pictured with a dog in an Instagram post

Latest: Paris Hilton, 41, has offered a ‘big reward’ for the return of her beloved pet Chihuahua Diamond Baby. She was pictured with a dog in an Instagram post

‘If you have any suggestions about Diamond Baby’s whereabouts or think you may have seen her – please reach out to the email address finddiamondbaby@gmail.com.’

Hilton said there would be “a huge reward for his return and no questions asked” amid his efforts to recover the Chihuahua.

The hotel heiress said: ‘Please, please, please email if you know anything and please keep an eye on my baby.’

She said that the dog is ‘a little shy and if you try to carry him, he will overeat.’

The reality star gave notice to a lost dog, saying the dog was last seen five days ago in the Beverly Hills area near Mulholland Drive and Clarendon Road.

The reality star gave notice to a lost dog, saying the dog was last seen five days ago in the Beverly Hills area near Mulholland Drive and Clarendon Road.

Hilton said his efforts to recover the Chihuahua would be

Hilton said his efforts to recover the Chihuahua would be “a huge reward for his return and no questions asked”

Hilton said it was

Hilton said it was “incredibly difficult” for her to post the news, explaining the circumstances behind the dog’s disappearance.

Hilton said it was “incredibly difficult” for her to post the news, explaining the circumstances behind the dog’s disappearance.

“I was at a photoshoot and we were on our way home and one of the movers must have left a door open,” she said. ‘My family and friends have been helping me search high and low in my neighborhood and have gone door to door but we haven’t found her yet.’

Seeing how she ‘doing everything’ [her] Power to get her back,’ Hilton said, adding that she has put a pet detective on the payroll and is also considering using a drone.

Hilton opened up about her disappointment by saying, ‘Anyone who has ever loved a pet and lost a pet will understand the pain I feel – my heart is broken .’

She said: ‘I am in tears, very sad and sad. I feel like a part of me is missing and nothing is the same here without her. Diamond baby is my everything, really like a daughter to me. We were inseparable, she was my best friend and was always by my side.

Hilton said of her despair, 'Anyone who has ever loved a pet and lost a pet will understand the pain I am feeling - my heart is broken'

Hilton said of her despair, ‘Anyone who has ever loved a pet and lost a pet will understand the pain I am feeling – my heart is broken’

Hilton initially acquired the pet in the autumn of 2016, head to Instagram for tips on what she should name the pooch

Hilton initially acquired the pet in the autumn of 2016, taking to Instagram for suggestions about what she should name the pooch

Hilton had been reticent in announcing the dog’s discovery to the public because of dog safety concerns and ‘because people can be cruel.

She said, ‘I am desperate and the more time goes by, the more distant I feel from my chances of getting him back.’

Hilton initially acquired the pet in the autumn of 2016, taking to Instagram for suggestions about what she should name the pooch.

She said at the time: ‘Meet the newest member of the @HiltonPets family. What shall I name this little cutie?’

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