On Nov. 2, Hilaria revealed that the family cat, Emilio, is lost.
"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 wrote alongside a photo of the feline. "The local police know, so if you find him, please contact them."
Last week, Alec, Hilaria and their children headed off to Vermont to hunker down while police and prosecutors investigate the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. The Bengal cat, which the family got back in April, was with them.
According to TMZ, Bengal kittens run between $1,500 and $3,000.
The MIA cat comes less than two weeks after Alec accidentally shot and killed Halyna while rehearsing a scene involving a firearm for the Western indie film "Rust" in New Mexico. District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies Carmack told reporters on Oct. 27 at a press conference that "all options are on the table." Reports, though, claim the focus of the investigation is more centered on the film's head armorer, Hannah Gutierrez, and the film's assistant director, Dave Halls, who were apparently both supposed to make sure the film set's prop guns were safe.
"No one has been ruled out at this point," the D.A. said, later adding that involuntary manslaughter charges could be considered.
Over the weekend, Alec addressed the shooting in a tense interview with a paparazzo on the side of the road in Vermont.
Although the actor claimed he couldn't address the shooting itself, he said, "A woman died. She was my friend. The day I arrived in Santa Fe to start shooting, I took her to dinner… We were a very, very well-oiled crew shooting a film together and then this horrible event happened."
Alec added that he's been in contact with Halyna's son and husband, who is "overwhelmed with grief."
"There are incidental accidents that happen on film sets from time to time," Alec said. "But nothing like this. This is a one-in-a-trillion episode."
Hilaria, meanwhile, told the New York Post that she fears Alec will have PTSD from the shooting.