Miley Cyrus: Liam Hemsworth ‘got a lot of action’ after saving our animals

Miley Cyrus: Liam Hemsworth ‘got a lot of action’ after saving our animals

Miley Cyrus knows how to show Liam Hemsworth he’s appreciated.

Cyrus, 26, revealed on Wednesday’s episode of “The Howard Stern Show,” that after her beau saved all of their animals from the California wildfires that destroyed their multimillion-dollar Malibu home in November, he was rewarded with “a lot of action.” The couple owns seven dogs, two mini horses, two regular-sized horses, two pigs and three cats.

“Liam, I’ve never loved him more for this,” Cyrus told Stern.

When the radio host asked the “Wrecking Ball” singer what their relationship status was, Cyrus responded, “I call him my survival partner now and he thinks it’s not romantic but I learned that it is. That is why you pair up with someone, is for survival and he was so incredible.”

She continued, “He got all the animals out in his truck. He put two pigs in crates, which I tell you is so hard … I said, ‘how did you get them out,’ and he said, ‘the only thing I could do was get a really powerful hose and spray them in the ass,’ so he just chased the pigs into a crate which was genius.”

Hemsworth, 28, also chased after one of their housecats who bolted away during his efforts to evacuate the critters, all of which Cyrus was very thankful for.

“He got a lot of action for saving the animals,” she said. “We had to make sure he knew I was very, very grateful.”

Along with all of their pets, Hemsworth managed to save a laptop and camera, but the songstress noted that she lost her notebook where she penned many songs, including her hit “Malibu.”

“That was the hardest thing for me to lose was every song, including ‘Malibu’ I lost, ’cause I always write [songs] on paper,” she said.

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