Guy Fieri, a star chef who’s well-known for showing in lots of well-liked reveals on the Food Network (together with Diners, Drive-ins & Dives and Guy’s Grocery Games), has taken to Twitter to share some tremendous unhappy household information. 

On Saturday, January twenty second, the day earlier than his birthday, the long-time animal lover and doggie dad publicly introduced that his canine, Cowboy, had died. 

Twitter

Anyone who has had the consideration of bonding with an unbelievable canine companion can empathize with him and his whole household’s ache.

“Today is the saddest day in the Fieri family. We lost our COWBOY today. He was one-of-a-kind and brought so much love and energy to our family,” learn his heartfelt submit to Twitter.

Once he made his announcement, fairly a number of followers, associates, and fellow celebrities commented on his tweet with their condolences. John O’Hurly, actor and Host of Philadelphia’s National Dog Show stated, “The O’Hurley’s share your sadness. It is the loss of innocence. May God celebrate him Home.” And Mark Hamill, or Luke from the Star Wars franchise, commented with a damaged coronary heart emoji. 

TweetsTwitter

Lots of pet photos and candy Shepherd faces flooded in beneath his submit. Plenty of individuals from everywhere in the web have been fast to ship phrases of consolation. Along along with his loving phrases, Guy posted a gorgeous picture of Cowboy (shared above). Cowboy appeared like he was such an excellent boy, and from the sound of Guy’s tweet, he was a beloved member of the family. 

Guy is a long-time animal-lover and up to now, he has shared heartfelt posts on Instagram and Twitter when certainly one of his canine crosses the rainbow bridge or when he has added a brand new canine companion to his pack. He has additionally been recognized to journey with and have a canine include him whereas engaged on the set of Guy’s Grocery Games.

CowboyandRoxyTwitter

Dogs are greater than pets, they’re household. And, regardless of entering into the television biz, Guy has all the time been eager to maintain household his precedence.  

“Family is always the first priority. Most of my friends will [say] I haven’t changed. I think it’s because when I got into television, I’d already done what I wanted to do. I wanted to be a great dad,” stated Guy in a latest interview.

Along with Guy and his spouse Lori, his two sons and the nephew he raised after his sister handed away are all mourning the lack of Cowboy. Rest in peace, candy pup.

Featured Image: Twitter

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here