Googlebox star Yvie Jones has suffered a devastating loss. Last night, the reality TV star revealed on social media that her beloved dog Oscar had passed away.
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"Goodbye my number one guy," Yvie wrote alongside a series of images of her gorgeous pooch. "You never left my side and I'm going to miss you just so much. 15 nearly 16 years is a huge life, kidney failure got you quickly."
Goodbye my number 1 guy. You made me so happy and I loved having you in my life. You were the first dog I owned as an adult, you were my best friend. You never left my side and I'm going to miss you just so much. 15 nearly 16 years is a huge life, kidney failure got you quickly. I love you Oscar, say hi to Leonardo Avovado over the rainbow bridge. And all your foster brothers and sisters. Thank you for choosing me. Huge thank you to Natalie at @bayside_pet_sitters for sitting with him while I made the mad dash to get to him. You're so kind. Big thanks to @aecvets for being so professional and compassionate.
The 45-year-old continued: "I love you Oscar. Say hi to Leonardo Avocado over the rainbow bridge. And all your foster brothers and sisters."
Hundreds of heartfelt comments quickly flooded in, with Australian stars like Gold Logie winner Sam Mac sending their condolences.
"Loved til the end. I’m so sorry Yvie," the Sunrise host wrote.
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