Seth Rogen mourns the loss of his cherished dog Zelda and shares heartfelt tribute: “We were meant to be together”

Seth Rogen, the famous comedy star known for his roles in films like Knocked Up, Pineapple Express, and Superbad, is mourning the loss of his beloved dog, Zelda. The dog, who had been his loyal companion for nearly 14 years, recently passed away.

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In a heartfelt tribute shared on Instagram, Rogen described Zelda as “truly the most special, magical creature” who taught them about love, resilience, strength, and kindness. He wrote that they loved her more than words can describe and that everyone who met her saw what a unique little puppy she was.

Zelda, who was initially so shy that no one wanted to adopt her, came out of her shell after being adopted by the movie star. She traveled to multiple countries, appeared on two magazine covers, and even had a few roles in Rogen’s films such as The Interview and This is the End. She was so popular with fans that she inspired countless works of fan art.

Rogen wrote a long list of things that were so special about Zelda, from her big eyeballs and intense eye contact to the way the fur on her legs looked like culottes from the back. He announced that Zelda had died on May 4th, almost reaching the age of 14.

Fans of Seth Rogen expressed their condolences on social media, and many of his celebrity pals shared their tributes. Mindy Kaling wrote that Zelda was the best, Busy Philipps expressed how sorry she was to hear the news, and Ike Barinholtz called Zelda one of the all-time greats.

It’s clear that Zelda was loved by many, especially her loving owner Seth Rogen. Her unique personality and charm captured the hearts of those who met her, and her legacy will live on through the memories shared by those who loved her. Rest in peace, Zelda.

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