Orlando Bloom offers reward for missing dog: ‘My heart is already broken’

The actor has begged anyone who finds the dog to take him to a vet, shelter or police station

Sabrina Barr
Thursday 16 July 2020 09:11

Orlando Bloom has offered a reward to anyone who finds his and Katy Perry’s missing dog.

In his latest Instagram post, Bloom revealed that he does not know the whereabouts of his poodle Mighty, who he adopted in 2017.

The actor shared several photographs of his beloved pooch, alongside a caption begging for anyone who comes across his pet to help them be reunited.

He stated that the dog went missing in Montecito, California, near his and Perry’s home.

“He is chipped and his collar has a number to call – if you take him to your local vet or shelter or police station he can be traced back to me for a reward,” the Carnival Row star said.

“Please only send REAL INFO my heart is already broken so please don’t add insult to injury,” he added.

Bloom regularly shares photographs of his dog Mighty on social media, one of the most recent times being in February when he and his dog attended Men’s Fashion Week in Milan, Italy.

In one of the pictures from the event, Bloom is captured holding the poodle as he poses beside his Carnival Row co-star Cara Delevingne.

Several of the 43-year-old’s celebrity friends expressed their sympathies over the news of his missing dog.

“Oh love. Thinking of you,” wrote Liv Tyler, who starred alongside Bloom in The Lord of the Rings.

“Oh Mighty, love you guys,” commented actor Kate Hudson, while DJ Samantha Ronson said: “Sending good thoughts to the universe for you.”

Perry, to whom Bloom is engaged, also has a pet poodle called Nugget.

The couple announced their engagement in February 2019 and are expecting their first child together.

In April this year, Perry announced that she is going to have a baby girl.

The singer shared a photograph on Instagram of Bloom smiling at the camera with his face covered in what appears to be a pink-coloured cream, adding the caption: “It’s a girl.”

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