Jessica Simpson Is 'Still Holding Out Hope' To Find Her Missing Dog Daisy

By Cara Alwill

Jessica Simpson has been devastated ever since she witnessed a coyote snatch her 5-year-old maltipoo, Daisy, on Monday night outside her home in Los Angeles. As soon as the incident occurred, she alerted followers on Twitter. "My heart is broken because a coyote took my precious Daisy right in front of our eyes. HORROR!" she tweeted. "We are searching. Hoping. Please help!"

Twitter isn’t the only outlet Simpson is using to help recover her dog. She is working with professional pet finders FindToto.org, who helped Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio find her missing dog. The company has issued an “amber alert” to help find Daisy, and thinks the dog may be injured. "We're kind of an amber alert for missing pets. We took the address of where Daisy went missing and we used that as a bullseye," Busch tells Us Weekly. "We called 1,000 neighbors in the surrounding area [Wednesday morning] and sent out a 30-second message with details about Daisy and her disappearance, and details on how to get in touch with Jessica's assistant.”

After a three day hunt, there are still no signs of Daisy, but Jess isn’t giving up hope. In fact, she’s taken to her Twitter account again to lash out at cynics who say the dog can’t be alive. "Still holding out hope despite the a--holes that say is it a dumb thing to do. Daisy is my baby ... why would I stop searching? I'm a mom," she wrote just yesterday.

Press play below to listen to her plea for poor Daisy:

What do you think of this sad doggy situation?