Seth Rogen mourns the loss of his beloved dog, Zelda.
After nearly 14 years together, Super Mario Brothers. Star announced the death of her “perfect daughter” in a heartbreaking memorial on Instagram on Sunday, sharing that she and Zelda “belong to each other.”
“We said goodbye to our wonderful daughter, Zelda, on Thursday, May 4,” said Rogen, 41, with a cute close-up portrait shot of her deceased cub lying on her bed.
“She was truly the most special, magical creature. She taught us love, resilience, strength and kindness,” she shared. “We loved him more than words can describe. Everyone who met him saw what a unique little puppy he was. He would stare into your soul with his giant bug eyes. He was so judgmental that when he loved you, he knew he really won, and it made you feel like he had won.”
Rogen continued, “She had an amazing life and was lucky to have so many friends and share her special love with so many people. She was such a shy girl that no one adopted her as a baby and she became a girl who traveled to multiple countries, He’s been in three movies, two magazine covers, and has inspired countless Zelda-art creations – including a lighter that’s now in hundreds of people’s homes.”
Adding to a long list of Zelda specials, Rogen shared memories of the popular Los Angeles chain, such as “The sound it makes for Zankou chicken.” “The fur on her legs looks like culottes from the back,” she joked about her wide-leg outfit.
As for bathroom habits, Pam and Tommy The star noted Zelda’s “large colossal poop that always surprises people because of her small size” and how she “pretended to go out to distract us from our food, even though it never actually went away.”
Overall, Rogen said it felt “incredible” to “wake up in the morning and see him looking at me”.
The dog’s parent concluded the memorial with the words, “We belonged together and we will miss him forever.”
Fans and celebrity friends shared their condolences in the comment section of Rogen’s post. “Zelda was the best. I’m so sorry to hear that,” wrote her comedian friend Mindy Kaling, while Paris Hilton wrote, “I’m so sorry for your loss💔.”
In March, the Golden Globe nominee announced that he and his wife, Lauren Miller Rogen, chose not to have children “helped me succeed.” A CEO’s diary with Steven Bartlett digital audio file.
“There’s one big thing I haven’t done … that’s raising kids,” the Houseplant founder said with a laugh.
“Some people want kids, some don’t. I see a lot of people have kids without even thinking about it,” she explained. “Honestly, you’re just being told, ‘You go through life, you get married, you have kids. That’s what happened.’ Me and my wife, neither of us were like that.”
Seth and Lauren, 41, started dating in 2004 and got married in 2011. Since then, they’ve collaborated behind the scenes on more than a dozen productions. super bad, Long shot and Lauren’s 2012 comedy Search for Good Times…
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Expressing her love for Zelda on her 11th birthday in August 2020, the Vancouver native wrote on Instagram: “I am incredibly grateful to have spent my time with such a wonderful, special, loving little creature.”