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Miley Cyrus’ Rescue Dog Lila Dies

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Just a few hours ago, Miley Cyrus took to Twitter announcing the sad news about the death of her adopted dog, Lila.

Cyrus tweeted, “can’t think of one good reason to get out of bed today….”

She continued, “for everyone asking… I have never been so hurt in my life. My heart has never been so broken….. Lila my sweet baby girl has passed away.

“Broken. Gonna go MIA for a bit. Need some healing time. Thank you to everyone who has sent love my way. I need it.”

Miley Cyrus' dog Lila DiesThe cute as a button pup just turned 2 in November and was recently hospitalized.

Cyrus is one of the most avid animal rescuers Hollywood. In addition to Lila, the singer/actress is proud mom to Ziggy, Floyd, Happy, Mary Jane and newly adopted Penny Lane.

She isn’t one to back down when it comes to pets. From rescuing pooches in a Walmart parking lot to rescuing fiancé Liam Hemsworth a dog for his birthday to encouraging Khloe Kardashian to adopt her very own, Cyrus has made animal rescue part of her life.

Cyrus’ heart is huge and our thoughts are with her.

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