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Jessica Simpson Offers Reward For Dog After Coyote Attack

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SDW-000739I know that’s a strange headline, but let me explain.

Jessica Simpson recently witnessed her maltipoo Daisy attacked by a wild coyote. On her Twitter, Simpson writes:

“My heart is broken because a coyote took my precious Daisy right in front of our eyes. HORROR!”

But here’s the thing: Jessica thinks that perhaps the tiny dog escaped and is asking anyone with information to email her at findingmissdaisy@gmail.com. She is offering a reward to anyone who helps find the pup.

As evidenced by the picture posted here, Jessica is fairly avid fur-wearer. Perhaps this experience will help her make the connection between the animals we love and the animals we wear. They each experience pain the same way.

We know how hard it is to lose a pet and send our deepest condolences to Jess.

thanks to erin for the tip!

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