Seth Rogen mourns the death of Zelda, a 13-year-old dog: details

Seth Rogen mourns the death of Zelda, a 13-year-old dog
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The “perfect” pet. seth rogen lamented the death of his beloved bitch Zelda in a long and heartfelt tribute.

“We say goodbye to our perfect girl Zelda on Thursday, May 4. She was almost 14 years old,” the 41-year-old actor captioned a instagram post on Monday May 8th, sharing a sweet snap of the dog. “She really was the most special magical creature. She taught us about love, resilience, strength, and kindness. We love her more than words can describe.”

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Rogen continued: “Everyone who knew her saw what a unique little pup she was. She would look into your soul with her gigantic bulging eyes. She was so judgmental, that when she loved you, you really knew you had earned it, and she made you feel like you had earned it.”

He Very badly The star reflected on her pet’s “incredible life” and the “special love” she shared with “so many people” over the years. “She was a girl who was so shy no one adopted her as a baby who grew into a girl who traveled to multiple countries, appeared in three movies, appeared on two magazine covers, and inspired countless pieces of Zelda art, including a lighter. which is now in the homes of hundreds of people”, he added.

His emotional message he went on to include “a (long) list of things that were special” about Zelda, from her “big eyes and intense eye contact” to “her side eye that leaves me alone”.

He This is the end The actor concluded, “We belonged to each other and we will miss her forever.”

Celebrity fans and friends sent their condolences to Rogen and his wife, lauren miller, in the comments section. “Oh no, guys. I’m so sorry,” he wrote. busy philippswhile mindy kaling He added: “Zelda was the best. I’m sorry to hear that”.

Ian Ziering He commented, “Sorry for your loss, Seth. Dogs are all the proof that I need God to exist”, and paris hilton wrote: “🥺😢 I am so sorry for your loss💔”.

Rogen’s love for Zelda he was contagious before his death. When the “amazing dog” turned 11 in August 2020, he gushed through instagram, “I feel incredibly grateful to spend my time with such a wonderful, special and loving little creature. Happy Birthday!!”

The Canada native and Miller, 41, have been married since 2011. Earlier this year, the weirdos and nerds alum explained that not have children with him as a father director It has helped you “succeed.”

“There’s one big thing I’m not doing, which is raising kids.” said on the podcast “Diary of a CEO” in March. “Some people want children. Some people don’t want children. Honestly, they just tell you, you go through life, you get married, you have kids. That is what happens. And me and my wife, none of us were like that.”

Rogen claimed at the time that he and Miller become “happier” with your decision over time. “We are in the best moment of our lives,” she said. “We are smarter than ever, we understand each other better than ever, we have the ability to achieve a level of work and a level of communication and care for each other, and a lifestyle that we can live with each other. , which we have never been able to live before.”