Disturbed’s David Draiman Believes His Puppy Was ‘Taken,’ Offers Reward For Info Leading To Her Finding

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David Draiman, singer for the Chicago nu-metal band Disturbed, is requesting help finding his lost puppy, who he believes may have been “taken.”

In a new Instagram post he uploaded the other day (October 1st), Draiman shared a picture of his 10-week-old pup, named Charlotte, and wrote that she is missing. The frontman believes that she may have been taken while in the yard.

The singer also says he is offering a reward for any information that leads to her finding.

Per the entirety of Draiman’s post:

“It is with an incredibly heavy heart that I have to announce that our dear puppy, Charlotte has been missing since the morning before last. We think she was taken by someone/something when she was playing out in the yard.

“Reward for with any information on her whereabouts that leads to finding her

“10 week old Golden Retriever puppy, Charlotte.

“Taken from the Coral Gables area of Miami”

Draiman first shared a photo of Charlotte on his Instagram back in September, writing, “Say hello to the newest member of the Draiman family…Charlotte!!”

We hope Charlotte is back home and safe with Draiman soon.

Below you can find Draiman’s Instagram post regarding Charlotte missing, as well as additional photos featuring the puppy.

Earlier this year, Draiman shared in an interview with Consequence that he had “just recently said goodbye to my Akita [dog Gabriel], my best friend of 14 years.”

In other Disturbed-related news, we recently ranked every one of the band’s studio albums from worst to best; you can check out that ranking for yourself by following this link here.



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