Lily Allen has helped her mum look for her dog, which went missing from Islington, London, last night (May 26th).
The 26-year-old Smile singer reached out to fans through her Twitter account in the search for the pup this morning (May 25th).
She wrote: "My mummy's dog went missing in Islington last night, if anyone has seen an all white female English bull terrier please get in touch. Ta x"
Luckily, just a short while later, Allen revealed that the dog had been recovered, tweeting: "Dog has been found."
Following her announcement, the RSPCA Frontline commented on the news on Twitter. The charity wrote: "Excellent news Lily. Hope she's well. If she isn't microchipped ... highly recommended."
In other celebrity dog news, Jennifer Anniston's pooch, Norman, sadly passed away recently.
The Welsh Corgi-Terrier Mix was 15-years-old and it has been reported that the actress has found a creative way to commemorate him.
According to the National Enquirer, Aniston is planning to get a portrait of Norman done after seeing her pal Bradley Walsh do the same for his late dog.
A source told the news provider: "She absolutely loved it and asked Brad for the artist's contact information."