Miley Cyrus' dog died back in April, setting off a downward spiral of depression for the singer that had many fans concerned for her wellbeing.
After word got out that Miley's dog was killed by a coyote, much of the concern turned to outrage, and some of Miley's Twitter followers accused her of being an unfit pet owner.
Miley's new dog Emu was all over her Instagram page over the weekend (It's actually her second new dog since the coyote attack. She gave the first away, feeling that it was "too soon."), and while she's clearly in love, she wants to make sure everyone knows she hasn't forgotten about the dear, departed Floyd:
That's a video that Miley took of a wall in her house that serves as a shrine to Floyd.
Regardless of how you feel about Miley's abilities as a pet owner, certainly everyone can agree that the shrine video is kinda sweet, but more than a little creepy.
Miley nearly went off the deep end in the weeks following Floyd's death, so there's a lot of pressure on Emu to serve as a stabilizing force for the eccentric singer.
The fact that she named him after a different animal isn't the most reassuring sign that she's feeling sane and grounded these days.