Kristen Stewart Adopts Another Dog: Missing Robert Pattinson?

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By Sonalee singh | December 31, 2013 7:46 PM EST

It seems Kristen Stewart is getting too lonely without Robert Pattinson. According to recent reports, Kristen Stewart is planning to adopt another dog to keep her company.  She recently took a stop over at "For Pets Only" shop and was in mood to adopt a dog.

"Kristen was at here [at For Pets Only] yesterday and was in a really good mood. She bought some dog food and was talking about how in love she was with her puppy. She talked to someone else about adopting another dog. She was really friendly and down to earth," reveals a source exclusively to Hollywoodlife.com.

Kristen Stewart already has a dog named Bailey and she even shares two dogs, Bear and Bernie, with Robert Pattinson.

Robert is in London with his family and it looks like Kristen needs someone to keep her a company.  In case of the "Camp X-Ray "star there is no one better than a pet who can give her company.

Reportedly Kristen, Stewart did not go to London with Robert Pattinson as she is not comfortable with Rob's family and she did not want any drama to happen during the holiday time. However, we have heard that Kristen might spend New Year's Eve with Robert Pattinson.

According to a friend's revelation to Hollywoodlife.com, "Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson will return to the Isle of Wight where they've spend New Year's Eve together with friends in the past. Kristen allegedly has her heart set on spending New Year's Eve in a pub with Rob on the Isle of Wight, laughing, listening to music, and drinking beer."

We hope that the report of Kristen and Robert spending New Year's together is true. It was previously rumored that Kristen and Robert will be spending Christmas together, however  Pattinson went to London alone to spend Christmas with his family.

Let us know what you think about Kristen and Robert Pattinson reunion. Will it happen or not?

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