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Bloom and Bosworth Dine, Leave Dog in Car

7/17/2006 12:54 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Orlando and Kate to be hitched?Orlando Bloom had a great weekend, with his "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie making another 62 million at the box office, but that doesn't mean his dog can come into the restaurant.

Bloom and Kate Bosworth were spotted going out for a late afternoon lunch (they had scallops) and - just like the rest of us - Orlando had to leave his beautiful black dog in the car.

We all know how dangerous a hot car can be for an animal- the risk of death is quite real. But Orlando took care of his best friend, making sure the window was cracked and getting up twice during the meal, possibly to go check on the pooch.

When he and Kate came out of the restaurant, the car had been moved to a shady spot. It is unclear if Orlando requested this or if the valet took the initiative. Either way, Orlando gave the guy what looks like a substantial tip.

And Orlando's right - it's worth a few bucks to ensure your pet's safety.

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Ashleigh    

This is a fricken pathetic thing to argue about. He had someone looking after the bloody dog so how bout you all just get over it. Anyway, if you don't like Orlando or Kate why read an article about them?

2831 days ago
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Kirsty Cox    

ok look i know for a fact that orlando would never ever let anything happened to his dogs i mean they are like his babies why would he hurt his own babies??? if you really want to yell at some one then yell at the people that really hurt their animals. i mean what orlando did is noting compared to the stuff that non-famous people do. you people think that just because he is famous every little thing he does is wrong and it isn't. just because he is famous does not mean he needs people makeing up stories just so the stupid magizenes have something to complain about. he does not need everyone fallowing his every move then haveing them tellin every one when he did something wrong. ok? SO GET OFF HIS BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2831 days ago
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jf    

As a vet tech I too have seen what happens when a dog or any living thing is left in a car, even if it is in the shade. We had a case of animal control bringing a dog in that was left in the car. The owner was grateful that the dogs were taken to the clinic ( he followed in his truck). One dog lived, one died. He had the vehicle parked in the shade, but it wasn't enough. Very bad move on both their parts.

2831 days ago
34.

Alix    

You believe everything you read and don't see what is right in front of you. Do you see the dog left in the car? You just see them arriving with him and then leaving with him, and you actually BELIEVE what the press is telling you happened in between times?

You're the people who think Elivis is still alive aren't you?

2831 days ago
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Darcee    

HE SHOULD HAVE TO SPEND TIME BEHIND REAL JAIL BARS FOR TORTURING A DOG LIKE THAT IN THE BLUSTERING HEAT. I DON'T CARE WHERE YOU'RE FROM THAT IS CONSIDERED CRUELTY TO ANIMALS AND HE SHOULD HAVE TO PAY FOR IT.

2831 days ago
36.

Prez    

All of you people ragging on him for leaving his dog in the car, checking on it TWICE and then obviously having the CAR MOVED TO A SHADY SPOT AS SOON AS ONE WAS AVAILBLE need to get a grip. It's a car on a hot day in LA not a damn blast furnace. Stop being a robot and getting angry on a reflex. Some people, Orlando OBVIOUSLY being one of them, are concientious enough to be trusted with the obviously massive responsibility of both owning a car and caring for a dog.

2831 days ago
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Connie    

I was in California over the weekend and it was HOT! Too hot to leave anything in a car that was not being air conditioned. If the car was running and a valet was there protecting the dog, then OK, but otherwise, these two need to hire a babysitter to stay with Orlando's baby. People don't seem to realize that outside of a car it may be 100 degrees, but inside a car (even with the window cracked) it gets to 120 and over.

2831 days ago
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maryanne keller    

THE DOG SHOULD HAVE BEEN LEFT HOME. WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH THESE PEOPLE??? FOR GODS SAKE IT WAS HOT THERE. IF ANYTHING HAPPENS TO THE DOG SHAME ON YOU. AND PEOPLE WITH THAT KIND OF MONEY SHOULD LEAVE THE A/C ON FOR THEIR PETS. THEY CAN AFFORD TO PAY FOR THE GAS IT USES. I CANNOT STAND SELFISH PEOPLE THAT ONLY THINK OF THEMSELVES. NEXT TIME, LEAVE THE DOG AT HOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2831 days ago
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Sabrina Parson    

For the most part, dogs fair better than the children of the Hollowood elite.
Therefore, it is better that they own a dog and are not irresponsibly procreating like so many of their peers in their selfish, uncommitted, and valueless culture.

For that, I applaud them.

2831 days ago
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jim wroble    

people it donest take a rocket scientist to figure out that this is a case of people that have no life....and report things..when if it was really true ..they should have rescued the animal..but becase they didn't intervene....guilty..or crap...lol...geez..pppl..get a life..I hope the scallops where good.

2831 days ago
41.

Rhonda    

My dog has anxiety issues and we still leave her at home. Dogs are very forgiving. Also, don't they have "doggy spas" all over the place where they could drop it off for awhile. I hate leaving my dog just go pump gas and could never imagine leaving her in a car to go eat lunch.

2831 days ago
42.

Georgia    

orlando and kate are both addicted with their dogs and adore them! they would never do anything to harm them. unfortunately they couldn't take the dog with them at the restaurant and so had to leave Sidi(the dog) in the car and in a good temperature! don't forget there are those things we usually call air conditions, right?! he actually rescued Sidi while filming in Morocco! how sweet!!!!!=) anyway, orlando even went to check a couple of times whether his dog was fine..:P so just stop criticising orly cause he is so caring when it comes to his dog and find something else to spend your time with. if you don't like orlando then simply don't bother and just stop trying to find any kind of accusements against him.

2831 days ago
43.

SIMON    

Perhaps they Should have eaten the Dog. That would have solved many issues. YOU ARE ALL NUTS--- Get you EYES off the Celebs and Watch what is going on in the World you Bubble Headed Dorks. Think There is ACTUAL News Going on.

2830 days ago
44.

Lakita    

It looks like Orlando is looking around the parking lot for a shady spot, sees one and points it out to the valet. So I assume the car was moved right then. If a car is in the shade, with windows open a bit, it is okay. I know this from my own experience. If the sun is beating down on it, a greenhouse effect occurs, but in the shade that won't happen. I've sat in cars on a hot day in the shade and they were okay. And in the 12 years I've had my dog we've taken her on road trips and all over and sometimes we've had to leave her in the car for awhile. Always in the shade and in all those times, never once has she become too hot. For all we know too, Orlando may have paid the valet to keep going over and running the air conditioner. All I know is for sure is, it looks like he was being careful, and my own experience is a car in shade is okay. If Sidi had been left in the sun all that time, I'd be totally disgusted. But from what I gather Orlando was being conscientious and careful.

2830 days ago
45.

L    

you guys are way too over-protective. it's not like they forgot about the dog and left him in a mercedes-benz, with the windows up, when the temp goes up to the mid 80s...mm....
everyone who is talking shit is retarded. you leave dogs in crates about 8 inches diameter larger than they are when you leave the house, so how could this not be considered a luxury for this dog? why do you think for they paid the valet dude extra?

2829 days ago
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