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Alyssa Milano Grieves Over Her Dog

February 12, 2013 (9:08 am) GMT
The 'Charmed' actress reveals that her dog, Diesel, died because of cancer a few days ago.
Alyssa Milano

is saddened over the death of her beloved pet due to cancer. In a tweet announcing Diesel's death, Alyssa wrote, "Rest in peace, my beautiful Diesel, I hope you're playing frisbee at the dog park in the sky. I love you forever."

Diesel had been showing declining condition since January. At first, the actress thought that it was liver problem. "My dog Diesel is sick. They think it could be liver failure. Please keep him in your prayers. (thank you)," she wrote

Alyssa expressed her worry and updated on Diesel's condition via Twitter ever since. After a few weeks, she found out that it was cancer. Alyssa revealed her feelings via Twitter, "My Diesel has cancer. I'm heartbroken."

She also said that the results of the test to the dog were bad, "The poor pooch underwent a series of tests at the vet`s office and the results are not good." Last weekend, the animal lover updated the dog's recent condition with more saddening news.

Alyssa is not the only celebrity who lost her pet recently. On January 4, Phoebe, the chocolate brown Labrador of 's , went missing during her walk. Emma asked help from an organization whose members dedicate themselves to reunite missing pets and the owners. However, Emma's search ended painfully. The dog was found dead on January 6.

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