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Demi Moore's daughter Tallulah shares heartbreaking news about her pet dog

The star is devastated

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Hannah Hargrave
US Deputy Editor
February 20, 2021
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Demi Moore and Bruce Willis' daughter, Tallulah, shared some devastating news with her fans on Friday, when she confirmed her beloved dog has kidney disease. 

The star, 27, wrote a heartbreaking post on Instagram detailing the diagnosis of her pet.

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Wearing a facemask and an Elvis T-shirt in the photo, Tallulah donned an understandably sullen expression as she wrote: "Today hurt. My feelings got hurt, my soul felt deflated and I felt fear for a creature I love so deeply (Crickett has stage 1 kidney disease).

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"But I took a breath. I put on my favorite tee shirt (ty @izzyheller) and I cried.

"I hugged my partner, put on an @mzskinofficial face mask and did a textural meditation where you focus on how the things surrounding you feel. Hope everyone is doing ok. Love you a lot."

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Tallulah shared the sad news with her fans 

Just days earlier, Tallulah had fans concerned over her own health when she shared a photo at the doctors. 

She'd captioned it: "In da best hands," but didn't give any further information, leaving fans urging her to let them know she was ok. 

Fortunately, Tallulah confirmed she was going under the knife for a fairly routine procedure. 

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Both Demi and Tallulah adore their dogs 

"Deviated septum bby,” she wrote, answering the concerns of her followers. “She wanna breathe."

Tallulah is clearly devastated by her dog’s diagnosis as she adores her pooches. 

Her sister, Rumer Willis, rushed to send her condolences and commented: "I love you baby," and her fans added: "Sweet baby," and "thinking of you".

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