Lily Allen helps search for mum's lost pooch

Friday, 27th May 2011

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."