Paris Hilton is offering a massive reward to anyone who can help find her beloved Chihuahua named Diamond Baby.
The socialite and heiress was left understandably devastated after her pet went missing earlier this month.
In an Instagram post, she explained that Diamond Baby had escaped from her LA home while she was away on a photoshoot on September 14.
Since she's moving house, Paris believes that one of the movers accidentally left a door open, and the Chihuahua has been lost ever since.
What ensued was the biggest dog-hunt of its kind, with the social media star hiring a 'pet detective, a dog whisperer, a pet psychic' in a bid to find her beloved fur baby.
And now at her wits' end, she's offering $10,000 to anyone who can help to locate her – 'no questions asked', says the post, which was shared with her 20.5 million Instagram followers.
Alongside the missing doggo ad, Paris wrote: "This has been on of the most painful experiences of my life. My heart is broken. I miss her so much and feel like part of me is gone without her next to me."
Following her initial post about Diamond Baby going missing, the 41-year-old star said she is now in contact with six 'credible pet psychic/communicators' who have suggested that the dog is still alive.
She continued: "All I want is for her to be safe and back at home where she belongs. If you have ANY information about her whereabouts please reach out to [email protected]
"There will be a $10,000 award for the safe return or information leading to the safe return of Diamond Baby & NO questions asked.
"Please email if you know ANYTHING. And please help spread the word by reposting this and telling your friends. I want to raise as much awareness as possible to get her back."
In her first missing dog poster, Paris described her pet as a female 'black and brown' small Chihuahua who is a 'little shy' and will 'go belly up if you try to carry her'.
She explained that she was last seen near Mulholland Drive and Clarendon Road in the Beverly Hills area.
Paris has had Diamond Baby in her life since 2016, when she took to Instagram to ask her followers to help name the new pet.
Opening up about the heartache she's been feeling since the dog went missing, she wrote: "Anyone who has ever loved a pet and lost a pet will understand this pain that I’m feeling... I feel like part of me is missing and nothing is the same without her here."
But Paris remains hopeful that something will come up, saying: "I’m doing everything in my power to get her back."
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