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Amanda Bynes Offers Reward for Missing Puppy

Help Amanda Finds find her adorable little puppy that went missing on Monday.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: April 5th, 2011 in Culture » Society » News

Amanda Bynes Offers Reward for Missing Puppy

Amanda Bynes’ ridiculously cute 4-month old Pomeranian, Little Angel, has gone missing. She has launched a huge search via Twitter to ensure the safe return of her beloved canine friend.

Bynes tweeted this morning to break the horrific news saying, “Everyone: I have the worst news to tell you… little angel got out of my house somehow and is LOST”.

She is encouraging everyone (well, at least everyone in the L.A area) to join the search party for her missing pup. She is even offering a reward for Little Angel’s return.

“If anyone finds her I BEG you to please contact me thru twitter, I will give a reward”, Bynes posts on Twitter later in the day.

She followed this tweet with, “She means the WORLD to me & I can’t find her anywhere”.

Amanda Bynes, best known for Easy A and She’s The Man celebrated her 25th birthday this past Sunday, only to awake yesterday morning to this devastating news. In her call out for help, she describes the puppy. ““Little Angel is a teacup pomeranian. She is 4 months old and was lost on April 4th. Please help me find her.”

So, if you’re in the Los Angeles area, get out your liver treats and dog whistles and start searching! Bynes hasn’t yet posted the reward amount, but I can’t help but assume it will be a handsome amount.

UPDATE: As of Wednesday morning, it has been reported that Little Angel has passed away. Amanda Bynes tweeted saying "Sad day....Little Angel is in heaven now. RIP I love you."

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