Paris Hilton’s 18-day search for her chihuahua ends: Experts believe heiress’s dog was snatched by a hungry coyote in the Hollywood Hills
It was the £10,000 a day ‘biggest dog hunt in Hollywood history’ launched by a heartbroken Paris Hilton to find her beloved chihuahua Diamond Baby.
But last night, it looked like the 18-day search for the hotel heiress’ dog has ended in tragedy — with experts now believing it was snatched by a hungry coyote.
A source closely involved in the hunt, which began on Sept. 14 when Ms Hilton was away from her £8 million Hollywood Hills home and a workman reportedly left a side door open, told The Mail on Sunday: not looking good. . It’s been a massive hunt with worldwide publicity, but we haven’t had a single sighting. Usually in a case like this there are multiple sightings when a dog is running around loose.
This week, the heartbroken socialite and heiress to the hotel chain Paris Hilton launched the biggest dog hunt in Hollywood history, enlisting an army of psychics, dog whisperers and pet detectives in a desperate attempt to track down her lost six-year-old “daughter.” (together in the photo in 2019)
The 41-year-old offered a $10,000 (£9,200) reward for the return of her pet, who went missing last Wednesday, ‘without questions asked’
“If Diamond Baby had been kidnapped, we would have expected a ransom by now. But no call was made.
“It’s very sad, but Paris comes to the conclusion that she may never see Diamond Baby again. She’s devastated.’
The 41-year-old hotel heiress, pictured with Diamond Baby, made her dramatic appeal last week to find the six-year-old Chihuahua, whom she described as “like a daughter to me,” with a social media blitz.
She also hired a company that operated heat-seeking drones and an army of pet detectives, psychics and professional dog trackers to search the land around her Mulholland Estates mansion.
But the source told the MoS: “From the outset, the fear has always been that Diamond Baby may have fallen victim to wild coyotes because of its terrain. There has been a record heat wave in LA and coyotes are entering residential areas in search of food and water. They’re starving.’
Ms Hilton is said to have not given up hope for her baby, who lives in a £280,000 “dog house” and wears a £35,000 diamond collar.
“She’s devastated, but she’ll never give up Diamond Baby,” said a family friend.
The 6-pound doggy lives in her own £280,000 ‘dog house’, wears a £35,000 diamond-encrusted collar and has a wardrobe stocked with Chanel dog sweaters and mini Hermes handbags