Alec Baldwin’s cat found alive but with broken leg after going missing

Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria are relieved after finding their beloved cat who went missing in Vermont this week. 

The family have been staying in Vermont since Baldwin, 63, accidentally shot dead cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on set of their movie Rust last month. 

On Monday, Hilaria had sent a desperate plea to help locate their family pet, a Bengal cat named Emilio, who had gone missing. 

The fitness instructor then confirmed earlier today that Emilio had been found but was suffering with a broken leg. 

Hilaria told her Instagram followers: ‘We found him. Thank you to all of those who helped. I’m so grateful, beyond words ❤️.’ 

She added: ‘Emilio seems to have a broken leg, but he is alert. Fingers crossed he will pull through.’ 

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In her original message calling for help, Hilaria wrote: ‘We can’t find our cat, Emilio. If anyone sees him, please help him get home. We are all so upset. He’s microchipped but no collar.’

She also shared a picture of their Bengal cat alongside one of their young children.

The couple share children Carmen Gabriela, seven, Rafael Thomas, five, Leonardo Ángel Charles, four, and Romeo Alejandro David, two.

The pair recently welcomed their youngest children Maria and Eduardo in the past year, while Alec is also a father to daughter Ireland, 25.

Hilaria, who has been vocal in supporting Baldwin since the shooting, recently opened up on what it has been like parenting throughout the ordeal.

In reference to Halloween, she wrote: ‘Parenting through this has been an intense experience, to say the least. Today, we rallied to give them a holiday. ‘Last min costumes…a little hodge-podge…but they were so happy and that warmed my mama heart.’

The 37-year-old also shared her concerns over husband Baldwin’s mental health and whether he would suffer from PTSD.

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