Hotel heiress Paris Hilton announced the death of her 14-year-old dog Tinkerbell as she expressed her grief through Instagram, Huffington Post said in a report.
According to the star, Paris Hilton’s dog Tinkerbell died on Tuesday due to her old age.
In an Instagram post, the hotel heiress said, “My heart is broken.” The 34-year-old “Stars Are Blind” singer added, “I am so sad and devastated.
After 14 amazing years together my baby Tinkerbell has passed away of old age.” “I feel like I’ve lost a member of my family …
I love you Tinky, you are a Legend & will never be forgotten.” After Paris Hilton dog’s death, the hotel heiress has posted a series of her photos with the cute pooch while she was modeling for top brand Guess, People said.
She said in one post,”Thank you for all so much for your kind words & condolences.” “It’s really helping me through this very sad & painful time.
It feels good to know that Tinkerbell was loved by all & touched the lives of so many.
She is truly missed,” the blond star added.
Paris Hilton’s Chihuahua was called by MTV as the first true canine companion of reality television for being the dog of a reality star.
Tinkerbell had even appeared in “The Simple Life” and had also appeared in Paris Hilton’s red carpet events.
TMZ said that Paris Hilton bought Tinkerbell in an online breeding company in 2002, which was inspired by the movie “Legally Blonde.” In August 2004, Paris Hilton’s dog Tinkerbell went missing for a week which made her set a $5,000 reward.
After her return, Tinkerbell was made as the subject of a satirical book, “Tinkerbell Hilton Diaries: My Life Tailing Paris Hilton.” Paris Hilton’s dog paved way for handbag dogs to trend due to her outings with the hotel heiress while Tinkerbell was kept in her purse.