Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Mourn The Loss Of Their Beloved Dog, Lulu

Dogs make our lives whole. They are always there for us and bring us so much joy. That is why when it is time for them to cross the rainbow bridge, we are left with a hole in our hearts.

Although the couple is no longer married, they shared custody of their beloved dog, Lulu. The Pit bull mix was battling cancer and sadly passed away on Monday. Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan both took to Instagram to share heartfelt tributes to their dog.

Photos: Instagram/Jenna Dewan

The couple adopted Lulu from an Alabama shelter when Tatum was filming a movie there in 2008. Lulu was also adored and loved by the couple’s daughter, Everly.

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Dewan posted multiple photos of her and Lulu with a caption of, “To our sweet and fierce Lulu…thank you for being the best dog in the entire world and for fighting cancer for as long as you did. Thank you for your tireless love, protection and humor. Thank you for the adventures. Heartbroken doesn’t even come close to how it feels. But you will live on forever in our hearts and our memories…fly sweet angel 💔”.

Photo: Instagram/Channing Tatum

Tatum also posted a photo and said, “I’ll see you again baby girl. But you’ll always be with me. Always. Thank you Norman jean Roy for this memory.”

Thousands of their followers commented on their posts and sent their condolences. We are so sorry for your loss.

source https://blog.theanimalrescuesite.greatergood.com/tatum-dewan-dog-lulu/

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