Scout Willis cradled her beloved toothless tiny dog Grandma, whom she rescued off the street in 2017, while out and about in Hollywood on Monday.
The 29-year-old singer-guitarist – wearing cowboy boots and matching maroon PJs – then donated a large bag of clothing to homeless people camped on a sidewalk.
Scout made sure to protect herself and others from the coronavirus by wearing a cow-print face mask, which Governor Gavin Newsom made mandatory for all public outings on June 18.
There have been over 282K confirmed COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles leading to 6,771 deaths as of Monday, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Last Saturday, Willis – who boasts 263K Instagram/Twitter followers – shared a snap of herself posing in front of a house being fumagated for bugs or vermin with the caption: ‘Chaotic Good.’
The picture was taken by the Brown University grad’s boyfriend of two years, Jake Miller.
Last Wednesday, Scout modeled the $88 ‘Companion Baby Tee’ from her younger sister Talullah’s clothing company Wyllis, which she launched in February.
‘Scout is beautiful,’ the eccentric 26-year-old wrote of the shoot.
‘We know this – but if the determination of that toe peench is not me clenching onto my fraying 2020 stability – [I don’t know] what is!’
The Willis clan also includes their famous mother Demi Moore, famous father Bruce Willis, eldest sister Rumer, as well as Bruce’s second wife Emma and their two young daughters Mabel and Evelyn.
The Cali-born, Idaho-raised songstress – named after the To Kill A Mockingbird character – has been hard at work recording the EP follow-up to her 2012 EP as the duo Gus & Scout.
‘I cannot wait to show you what I’ve been working on!’ Scout gushed on September 5.
‘The talent, joy and kindness of the human beings I was working with today made my heart have to grow to fit all the gratitude, love and majesty I was feeling.’
The nepotistically-privileged socialite previously acted in three of her folks’ films – The Scarlet Letter (1995), Breakfast of Champions (1999), and Bandits (2001).