"I am very moved by all your stories you have shared with me in regards of Mozart's death," the actress captioned an Instagram photo with her beloved nine-year-old dog.
"I am trying to figure out a way to use technology so we can have a chat and shares my feelings with you," she continued.
I am very moved by all your stories you have shared with me in regards of Mozart's death. I am trying to figure out a way to use technology so we can have a chat and shares my feelings with you. #dog #feelings #share No saben cuánto les agradezco todas las historias que han compartido desde la muerte de mi Mozart. Estoy tratando de encontrar la manera de usar la tecnología para poder tener una plática en donde compartirles mis sentimientos. #perro #sentimiento #compartir
Hayek, 49, announced the death of Mozart on Instagram last Friday.
"I haven't posted for a week as I been mourning the death of my dog, Mozart who I personally delivered out of his mother's womb," the star wrote.
"He was found dead in my ranch last Friday with a shot close to his heart. I am hoping that the Washington State authorities do justice to this wonderful dog whom in 9 years never bit or attacked anyone."
I haven't posted for a week as I been mourning the death of my dog, Mozart who I personally delivered out of his mother's womb. He was found dead in my ranch last Friday with a shot close to his heart. I am hoping that the Washington State authorities do justice to this wonderful dog whom in 9 years never bit or attacked anyone. He loved his territory and never strayed away...he was the most loving and loyal companion. He didn't deserve a slow and painful death. #doglover #animalrights #dog #dogoftheday #rip #delivery #washingtonstateauthorities Hace una semana que no pongo nada ya que he estado de duelo por la muerte de mi perro Mozart. De quién fui la partera, lo encontramos el viernes pasado con un tiro cerca del corazón. Espero que las autoridades del estado de Washington le hagan justicia a este extraordinario perro que durante 9 años nunca mordió o atacó a nadie, adoraba su territorio y nunca se escapó. Era el compañero más leal y no se merecía una muerte lenta y dolorosa. #muerte #perro #justiciaporlosanimales
A neighbor of Hayek's has admitted to the shooting death of her dog, police said.
On Sunday, the neighbor told a deputy with the Thurston County Sheriff's Office in Washington State that he was inside his home when he heard "what sounded like a dog fight" between his two German Shepherds and Hayek's two dogs in his garage.
"Mr. Lund grabbed his air rifle from his living room and aimed at the behind of the one that looked like a German Shepherd and both dogs then ran off his property," according to a statement obtained by PEOPLE.
"Mr. Lund was not aware that the dog had actually been struck because the dog kept running after he fired the one shot," the statement read.
Lt. Cliff Ziesemer told PEOPLE: "The sheriff determined that there was no crime that occurred and he was justified in what he did. The case is closed. There is no more investigation."
In a statement to E! News on Tuesday, Hayek said: "Thank you to the press and my fans for all your support. I am very touched that you are eager to hear from me regarding the death of my beloved dog, Mozart."
"I assure I am just as eager to speak about this, and I will in time, once I have gathered more information about what has happened," she added.