Miley Cyrus - Miley Cyrus makes shrine to late pet
Miley Cyrus spent Sunday (29.06.14) making beaded necklaces to decorate a shrine devoted to her late Alaskan Klee Kai Floyd.
Miley Cyrus has made a shrine for her late pet dog Floyd.
The 21-year-old star spent sunday afternoon (29.06.14) making colourful necklaces in memory of her Alaskan Klee Kai - who passed away after being attacked by a coyote in April - and shared photos of her work on Instagram, which included a black and white design spelling out Floyd.
The 'Wrecking Ball' singer wrote on the picture sharing site: ''Making Floyd jewlzzzzz all day.''
In another caption she said: ''I can make wealllly pwetttttty jewelry & faces''.
On Saturday (28.06.14), Miley shared a snap of the shrine and thanked her fans for sending their own ''powerful'' tributes to the late pup.
She said: ''Thank you to everyone for making my Floyd shrine so beautiful and special. The energy around the alter is so powerfully full of love.''
''He is so loved and loves you all right back. Without you I would never have these beautiful Floyd stuffed animals that make me happy everyday cause I can hold him... these flowers remind me of his wittle soul.''
Meanwhile, the 'We Can't Stop' hitmaker welcomed a Rough Collie named Emu Coyne into her large family of dogs earlier this week, but insists he won't ever replace her beloved Floyd.
She shared another cute snap of her new pet pooch cuddling up to her on Instagram which she accompanied with the caption: ''Time to start making Emu accounts smilers. He's here and here to stay. I welcomed Emu Coyne Cyrus into the family a couple days ago. Been keepin him a secret cause sometimes I'm weird like that.
''It's taken some time to be ready for this next step and loving again. There will never be anyone like Floyd. There was a bond that was so deep it's irreplaceable but that's not what I am trying to do. Never will I replace Floyd and that's something I had to take time to understand.''
Emu joins Miley's three other canines, Mary Jane, a Pitt Bull, Happy, a Rottweiler-Beagle cross, and Bean, a Chihuahua mix.