- Heart Evangelista revealed on social media that her foster puppy has passed away
- She did not disclose the reason why her cute dog named Linda died
- However, she gave an emotional message to the said puppy through a series of post
- The actress also uploaded several photos and made an appeal to the public
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Heart Evangelista posted a series of messages and photos on social media regarding her foster puppy named Linda.
KAMI learned that the said cute dog has passed away and the actress could not help but grieve because of what happened.
While not mentioning the cause of the puppy’s death, the “My Korean Jagiya” star admitted that her morning became very gloomy.
She also revealed that Linda was so attached to her and she would even sleep beside the celebrity while she was painting.
Heart then gave a message to her puppy, thanking her for all the memories and for making her feel special.
“I lost Linda today. I only had a day with her before I sent her to the vet… First time in a long time I felt a spark with my foster pup… Crying like a baby. Such a sad morning… You will have the best life now, Linda. No more pain…” she wrote.
“Not the type to post stuff like this but I guess we are all so vulnerable these days… My dad told me that maybe she was sent to see a loved one. I’ve been fostering since I was 13 and it’s always hard to give them away but it’s the first time I feel like I failed…” she added.
In a previous article by , Heart admitted to battling a mental health issue.
Heart Evangelista is a Filipina showbiz personality who is married to former Senator Chiz Escudero. She is known for having a soft spot for animals.
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