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‘World’s Cutest Dog’ Boo Dies of a Broken Heart

World's Cutest Dog, Boo is dead

Boo the adorable Pomeranian , who was World’s Cutest Dog, died this Friday on 18 January in the U.S. He was twelve years old, his humans reported.

On Saturday, Boo’s family shared their grief through a Facebook post.

With deepest sadness, I wanted to share that Boo passed away in his sleep early this morning and has left us to join his best friend, Buddy. Our family is heartbroken, but we find comfort knowing that he is no longer in any pain or discomfort.

World's Cutest Dog, Boo is dead
Boo was the happiest dog alive. Credits: Pinterest

The family was completely heartbroken after the puppy passed away. He was a star on social media.

The family also shared that Buddy would hopefully the first one to meet Boo on the other side of the rainbow bridge. The two would be really happy to meet one another after so long.

Buddy left the world back in 2017. He was the closest friend of Boo. Boo has around 16 million likes and more on Facebook and rose to stardom in the last decade. Apart from huge number of followers, Boo has also been a subject of several books and merchandise.

Boo’s humans reported that since the time they started Boo’s Facebook  account, they received several notes from people who shared how looking at Boo cheered them up and lightened them up during the day. Boo has brought joy in the lives of many people all over the world.

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Boo’s fans have also reported that he is the happiest dog they have ever met. The canine never bothered anyone with training and he is the most easygoing dog that they have ever met.

Boo got a little sick after Buddy’s death and started showing signs of heart ailments.

Boo will be missed by all and we hope that he is free of all the pain and is having a good time with Buddy.

Source : BBC, TMZ

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Written by Mitansha Chopra

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