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Elizabeth Hurley, 54, risks outraging her fans as she shares photo of her cat KILLING a rabbit

Elizabeth Hurley risked outraging her fans on Wednesday after she shared a picture of her cat killing a rabbit. 

The model, 54, took to Instagram to praise her ‘beastly’ 16-year-old pet, called Mitzi, as she claimed it was protecting her lettuce patch.

Elizabeth shared a picture of her cat in her garden with a limp rabbit in its mouth, she penned: ‘Mitzi is 16-years-old and still at it… beastly cat (but my lettuces happy).’ 

Risking outrage: Elizabeth Hurley risked outraging her fans on Wednesday after she shared a picture of her cat killing a rabbit

The mother-of-one shares a close relationship with Mitzi and the animal has regularly featured on her Instagram over the years. She playfully calls her cat Mitzi Kitzi.

Elizabeth also has two black Spaniels called Mia and Ava who she also shares on her social media channels. 

In 2016, the actress was left ‘heartbroken’ and ‘devastated’ to find out that her beloved Bengal cat Mr Mew had gone missing.

Pet feline: The model, 54, took to Instagram to praise her 'beastly' 16-year-old pet, called Mitzi, as she claimed it was protecting her lettuce patch (pictured in 2017)

Pet feline: The model, 54, took to Instagram to praise her ‘beastly’ 16-year-old pet, called Mitzi, as she claimed it was protecting her lettuce patch (pictured in 2017) 

'Beastly': Elizabeth shared a picture of her cat in her garden with a limp rabbit in its mouth, she penned: 'Mitzi is 16-years-old and still at it... beastly cat (but my lettuces happy).'

‘Beastly’: Elizabeth shared a picture of her cat in her garden with a limp rabbit in its mouth, she penned: ‘Mitzi is 16-years-old and still at it… beastly cat (but my lettuces happy).’

Elizabeth had returned back from a New Year’s getaway to India and pleaded with her followers to look out for the feline as she offered a ‘big reward’ upon his safe return.

She wrote: ‘My beautiful Mr Mew is missing. He’s a small Bengal and very friendly.

‘My son and I are devastated. We live near Donnington in Herefordshire.’

Close: The mother-of-one shares a close relationship with Mitzi and the animal has regularly featured on her Instagram over the years. She playfully calls her cat Mitzi Kitzi (pictured in 2018)

Close: The mother-of-one shares a close relationship with Mitzi and the animal has regularly featured on her Instagram over the years. She playfully calls her cat Mitzi Kitzi (pictured in 2018) 

Sweet: Elizabeth also has two black Spaniels called Ava, pictured, and Mia

Proud dog mama: The model pictured with her pet Mia after winning a local dog show

Sweet: Elizabeth also has two black Spaniels called Ava, left, and Mia, right who she also shares on her social media channels

Worrying: In 2016, the actress was left 'heartbroken' and 'devastated' to find out that her beloved Bengal cat Mr Mew had gone missing, he later showed up six months later

Worrying: In 2016, the actress was left ‘heartbroken’ and ‘devastated’ to find out that her beloved Bengal cat Mr Mew had gone missing, he later showed up six months later 

Thanking her fans in advance for their support, the mother-of-one added that a reward was up for grabs granted Mr Mew’s homecoming.

She continued on Twitter: ‘Please look out for him if you live locally. Big reward for his safe return.’

Yet Elizabeth was reunited with Mr Mew six months later, sharing a picture of her cat, she penned: ‘Happy days!!! Mr Mew has been found. Six months missing and now found. Thank you to everyone who kept looking.’ 

It comes after the star shared sweet snaps of herself and beloved son Damian, 18, on a walk in the countryside with their pet dogs last week.   

Adoring: It comes after the star shared sweet snaps of herself and beloved son Damian on a walk in the countryside with their pet dogs last week

Adoring: It comes after the star shared sweet snaps of herself and beloved son Damian on a walk in the countryside with their pet dogs last week

She added a caption on the shot reading: ‘The dogs have never had it so good- full time, full on love & cuddles’, while her son simply penned: ‘On the move’.  

Elizabeth was far from her usual gowns and bikinis in the snap as she cradled the dog while wearing a simple yet clinging top. 

As ever, she could not resist adding a sexy touch as she offered a glimpse of her bright pink underwear and her stomach in the low-cut trousers. 

Damian meanwhile was uncharacteristically camera shy as he allowed their pet pooch to take centre stage while walking away from the camera.  

Sweet: She added a caption on the shot reading: 'The dogs have never had it so good- full time, full on love & cuddles', while her son simply penned: 'On the move' (Damian pictured)

Sweet: She added a caption on the shot reading: ‘The dogs have never had it so good- full time, full on love & cuddles’, while her son simply penned: ‘On the move’ (Damian pictured) 

It comes after Liz recently said she felt ‘incredibly lucky’ to be in her country home alongside her family during this time of social distancing.

The star has been isolating with Damian, her mum Angela, 80, and her elderly aunt, as well as a close friend who was considered high risk. She penned: ‘In these scary times I feel incredibly lucky to live in the countryside and have lots of outside space.

‘As well as my son, I have seven other people living with me including my 79 year old mother and her sister- also in her late 70’s- and one of my best friends who is in the highest risk group with severe respiratory problems.

‘Keeping everyone as safe as possible (and fed) is a full time job. We all are full of the highest admiration for our wonderful NHS staff and are doing everything we can to not add to their burden.’

Lookalike: Damian (pictured alongside 80-year-old grandmother Angela) is currently isolating in the countryside with his famous mother and family during the coronavirus lockdown

Lookalike: Damian (pictured alongside 80-year-old grandmother Angela) is currently isolating in the countryside with his famous mother and family during the coronavirus lockdown

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