Entertainment News: celebrity pets
Great news! Jeremy Renner's dog, Hemi, has been found after being missing for about a month.
In July, a Facebook page was launched to try to help locate the male French bulldog and a $5,000 reward was offered. It was stated that Hemi had gone missing on July 19 after getting out of the "Avenger" actor's home near Runyon Canyon in Los Angeles through a front gate that had slid open following a power failure.
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See photos of Amanda Seyfried with her dog, Finn, outside the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City on July 30, 2013.
The "Les Miserables" and "Mean Girls" actress had wrapped a "Late Show with David Letterman" appearance, aimed at promoting her newest movie, "Lovelace," in which she plays adult film actress Linda Lovelace, star of "Deep Throat."
Jeremy Renner's dog, Hemi, is missing and is offering a $5,000 reward for his return.
A Facebook campaign titled "Hemi Missing Frenchie - Los Angeles" has been launched to aid the recovery efforts. The pooch is a 25-pound, tan and black-colored French bulldog, Hemi went missing almost two weeks ago. The "Avengers" actor's spokesperson confirmed to OTRC.com that the dog seen on the campaign's flyer belongs to Renner.
Robin Roberts was recently reunited with her beloved Jack Russell terrier, KJ, as she celebrated a milestone of marking 100 days of recovery following her bone marrow transplant.
The 52-year-old began her medical leave from "Good Morning America," the ABC show she co-anchors, late last summer and underwent the procedure in September to treat myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), a rare blood disorder. She has also been through chemotherapy. She was released from a New York hospital in November.
Kirstie Alley, who recently survived the latest round of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars," is now dealing with a serious real-life issue - being strong for her ailing Corgi dog, May.
The 61-year-old "Cheers" actress has been Tweeting updates to her 1 million followers about her family's pet, who had undergone a "difficult" surgery for an undisclosed illness.
Uggie of "The Artist" has joined the likes of Johnny Depp, John Wayne, Marilyn Monroe. All of the stars have their hand and foot -- or in Uggie's case paw -- prints at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
The dog celebrated his retirement from acting with a paw print ceremony at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on June 25. During the ceremony, Councilman Tom LaBonge declared it "Uggie Day" in Los Angeles.
Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld admitted in a recent interview that his kitten Choupette is "beyond spoiled," after posting photos of her playing with an iPad.
Choupette originally belonged to French model and muse Baptiste Giabiconi, but after watching the cat over the Christmas holiday, Lagerfeld did not want to give her back because she was "too cute."
Neil Patrick Harris says he struggled with fatherhood when he and life partner David Burtka first brought home their twin babies, Gideon and Harper.
The 38-year-old star of the CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother" made his comments during an interview at his Los Angeles home with talk show queen Oprah Winfrey for an episode of her show "Oprah's Next Chapter," which is set to air on her OWN cable channel on Sunday, June 3. Harris and Burtka introduced Winfrey to their children and talked to her about raising them as a same-sex couple as well as their past experiences dating women.
Kelly Osbourne found a solution for her rescue dog, Story's allergy problem, by outfitting the pup with tiny blue furry booties.
"Story has allergies so we had to put these little booties on her so she stops trying to eat her feet!" Osbourne wrote on her official Instagram account on April 3. "She is [too] cute for words!"
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Neil Patrick Harris, his life partner David Burtka and their dog, Watson, recently hung out with one of the most powerful women in entertainment - Oprah Winfrey. The longtime television host and owner of the OWN cable channel recently posted a photo of her and the three on her Facebook and Instagram pages.