The tragic death of Russell Crowe’s pet dog Louis has been made public.
The 16-month-old puppy, according to the 58-year-old actor, was struck by a truck and died in his arms.
“This is Louis, a 16-month-old Papillion. Small, sly, and courageous. On Thursday, Crowe wrote on Twitter, “He won my heart.”
“Unfortunately, Louis was struck by a truck today, on the second anniversary of my father’s death.”
“We tried to take him to the vet, but he died in my arms as I told him how much we loved him,” the owner recalled.
He posted a charming preview of Louis gazing toward the camera.
“I am so heartbroken, Louis and Russell,” kept in touch with one analyst.
A second person made the observation that losing a pet is so heartbreaking.
“I truly apologize! What gorgeous eyes and face! I like to think our pets are sitting tight for us to go along with them one day,” said another.
John, the actor’s father, passed away in March 2021 at the age of 85 on a Qantaslink flight.
Andrew Fraser, a fellow traveler at the time, stated, “Probably 18 to 20 minutes.” “They performed CPR on him for who knows how long.”
“They worked vigorously and, surprisingly, after the plane landed.”
“My dear old man, my beautiful Dad, the gentlest of men, has passed away,” Crowe wrote on Twitter to announce the news.
“I’m posting this because I know there are people all over the world whose (sic) hearts he touched and ribs he tickled with his sparkly eyes and cheeky attitude toward everyone and everything, and this is probably the most effective way to spread the word,” the author states.
“John Alexander Crowe, born on March 13, 1936, died on March 30, 2021.”
“I was brought into the world in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand.” He passed away in New South Wales’ Coffs Harbour, where he had lived for 25 years.
May he find happiness in the hereafter.