These are being hard days for the singer, dj and businesswoman Paris Hilton. Yesterday, Monday May 22, the internet star shared the sad news that her Harajuku Chihuahua had passed away.
Hilton uploaded an emotional carousel of images to his official Instagram account where you can see the happy dog with his other furry brothers. The model accompanied these photos with a text written from sadness and love: "Today, my heart breaks when I say goodbye to my precious chihuahua."
''For 23 incredible years, he filled my life with so much love, loyalty and unforgettable moments. She lived a long, beautiful and iconic life, surrounded by love until her last breath. Words cannot express the immense pain I feel right now," the DJ wrote.
It should be noted that it is normal for the American to feel such an attachment to her pet, since the dog has died at the age of 23 while Hilton is 42, which is why he has accompanied her for half her life.
A few hours later, Hilton shared a video on the same social network compiling some of the moments she spent with the animal and writing a new text from the heart to say goodbye to her "little angel."
''Rest in peace. Thank you for blessing my life with your unconditional love. You will always be my little angel, always missed and loved. You may be gone physically, but the imprint of your footprints in my life will never fade. I love you and I miss you forever,'' he expressed to his more than 23 million followers on Instagram.
Paris Hilton is experiencing a kind of 'déjà vu' with the loss of little Harajuku. A few years ago, in 2015, her famous chihuahua Tinkerbell died at the age of 14 due to old age, an event that caused great discomfort to the singer, who claimed to be "heartbroken, sad and devastated."
Everyone knows that Hilton is a lover of animals, especially Chihuahuas. The producer has taken her dogs to events, trips and red carpets and there are even those who say that she used them as fashion accessories. On one occasion, in 2004, Tinkerbell suffered a kidnapping attempt and the businesswoman, far from giving up, offered a reward of $5,000 to anyone who could help her find the little animal. Finally, the pet appeared after six days safe and sound.