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Sarah Paulson reaches out to fans after her friend’s dog was allegedly stolen by a dog sitter

Sarah Paulson reaches out to fans after her friend’s dog was allegedly stolen by a dog sitter

Sarah Paulson took to Instagram Stories on Monday to ask her followers for help with a friend who said their dog Winnie was stolen by a Rover sitter.

Paulson, 47, reposted messages from his friend, actress Clementine Ford-Wilcox, 42, who posted several photos of her dog Winnie.

Ford-Wilcox shared a photo of a woman who she said “was supposed to house our dog,” but instead “threw her collar in the trash and disappeared.”

Latest: Sarah Paulson, 47, took to Instagram Stories on Monday to ask her followers for help with a friend who said their dog Winnie was stolen by a Rover sitter. Paulson was photographed in New York last month

Ford-Wilcox said she was willing to pay to get the dog back, describing her dog as “about 40 pounds” with a “stubby tail and droopy ear” possibly mixed with “a golden retriever.”

The American Horror Story star shared a photo of the missing dog with the caption, “This is Winnie.” Please keep your eyes peeled for her. Last Confirmed Location 535 North Hobart Blvd. Please share. @clementineford just wants his dog back. No questions asked.

The Emmy-winning actress also reposted an image of Ford-Wilcox with the message, “No more Winnie.” We just want her back. No questions asked.

Ford-Wilcox, who is the daughter of actress Cybill Shepherd, explained the situation in detail in a tearful Instagram Stories post, according to People.

The American Horror Story star shared a photo of the missing dog with details about the missing animal

The American Horror Story star shared a photo of the missing dog with details about the missing animal

Paulson reposted the posts of his friend, actress Clementine Ford-Wilcox, 42, who posted several photos of her dog Winnie

Paulson reposted the posts of his friend, actress Clementine Ford-Wilcox, 42, who posted several photos of her dog Winnie

“We boarded our dog through Rover with this woman who had done a thorough background check and she disappeared with our dog,” Ford-Wilcox said. “She went radio silent.

‘If you could please go to my main page and just share it and share it and share it and maybe we can get it back. The children are devastated. Obviously, I’m devastated. Especially for someone who has what I have, she was really important for me to stay regulated and not anxious. Please help us.’

Ford-Wilcox said she dropped off her dog, whom she adopted late last year, with the dog sitter “and her boyfriend at an apartment on Saturday morning” before leaving for a family wedding .

She continued, “We were in Palm Desert when we asked for pictures or a video or something. [Saturday] in the evening at 6 p.m. With her still unresponsive to several messages in the morning, we turned around and drove back to LA, to where we dropped Winnie off with them.

Ford-Wilcox said the unit was “empty,” with no “crates, no dogs, no humans, nothing.”

Ford-Wilcox said she nervously contacted police “because it was the only way to get into the apartment” and get the dog sitter’s last name.

Ford-Wilcox, who is the daughter of actress Cybill Shepherd, explained the situation in detail in a series of Instagram Stories posts.

Ford-Wilcox, who is the daughter of actress Cybill Shepherd, explained the situation in detail in a series of Instagram Stories posts.

Ford-Wilcox said she was willing to pay for the dog no questions asked

Ford-Wilcox said she was willing to pay for the dog no questions asked

A spokesperson for Rover told People in a statement on Monday that the incident is under investigation.

“As pet parents ourselves, we are deeply touched by the pain this situation has caused, and we join Winnie’s family in the hope that she returns home quickly and safely. safely,” the spokesperson said.

Rover’s spokesperson detailed the company’s efforts to relocate Winnie and reunite the dog with its owner.

“Our 24/7 Trust and Safety team took immediate action as soon as we learned she was missing, including offering a $500 reward, paying for flyers and posting online animal search websites, which send alerts to local shelters and veterinarians,” the company said. “Our team is also conducting a thorough investigation and we have suspended the Guardian’s account while the search continues.

“We have also fully reimbursed Winnie’s family, and are in active communication with them as we work to offer support and bring Winnie home.”

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