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Elizabeth Hurley's dogs poisoned

2013-01-27 18:39
 
Los Angeles - Elizabeth Hurley's dogs have been poisoned.

The 47-year-old star was horrified when she returned from a break in Australia with fiancè Shane Warne to find two of her canine companions had been taken ill and is now trying to nurse them back to health.

She tweeted on Saturday: "Home Sweet Home. Wonderful to be back but two of my dogs have been seriously ill for the last 48 hours. Vet thinks poison. Horrific.

"Lucy, the chocolate lab, was hit the worst. She still has bandaged legs where the drip went in. Lots of cuddles......(sic)"

Thankfully, the dogs are now on the mend.

The Bedazzled star wrote on Friday: "Raja-the big lab-seems much stronger. Lucy is still frail. Thank you so much for all your concern and nice comments. (sic)"

As well as sick dogs, the brunette beauty is also struggling with another problem - jet lag.

She wrote on Saturday night: "Determined not to fall into a jet-lagged stupor this time......dying to get into bed though. Can't face unpacking....(sic)"

However, she tweeted later: "Good morning! Was up at 01:30am, so resorted to a sleeping pill."



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