There are few things worse for an animal lover than losing their pet, but when a few A-list actors offer to help find said animal, the situation definitely starts to look up. Luckily for MGM's senior VP of production, Cassidy Lange, her megawatt movie star pals Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, and Chloe Grace Moretz have all stepped in to help publicize the super sad disappearance of her 5-year-old Chihuahua mix, Bobby London, via Twitter. According to Lange, Bobby London ran out of an open side door at her home in Venice, California on September 14, and hasn't been seen since.
*cue LC-style tears of black mascara running down my face*
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lange has spared no expense to find Bobby, creating an "Our Bobby Is Missing" Facebook page, posting fliers, hiring a pet detective and a psychic, and offering a hefty $1,000 reward. Although there's still no sign of Bobby London, the attention Channing, Jonah, and Chloe bring in is bound to help.
Interestingly enough, this isn't the first time a celeb has helped out a friend with a missing Chihuahua. Back in April, actress Olivia Wilde tweeted and posted on Facebook about her friend's dog, Poodle, who'd gone missing in California's Silver Lake neighborhood. So sweet!
Fingers crossed that all of the media attention can help bring Bobby London home!