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Chad Michael Murray Mourns the Death of His Dog in a Heartbreaking Letter

Chad Michael Murray Mourns the Death of His Dog in a Heartbreaking Letter

Chad Michael Murray has written a heartbreaking note after his beloved dog Joe died at age 15.

“My best bud & 1st born son Joe, Thank you for everything you’ve ever done for me. You’ve been my kindred spirit, my unconditional friend. Thank you for carrying the weight that I could not. You taught me more about selflessness and compassion than I thought a dog could know,” the 33-year-old One Tree Hill actor started off the note on Instagram.

“Thank you for always keeping the status Quo. Even the dogs at the dog park thank you for keeping the peace. Almost 15 years of adventures Joe and I’m so grateful for every minute. Rest easy now bud. Check in on us once and while would ya… You’re missed and always will be,” Chad continued.

“Thx for waiting to meet my son. This family won’t be the same without you but so much stronger because of you. Rest in peace Joey. We Love You, Chad, Sarah & Baby Murray,” he concluded.

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  • buttercream

    I’m so sorry for your loss, Chad. Losing a pet is a devastating experience, but you were blessed to share those years with him. No one could ever replace your baby, but I hope that in the future you can open your heart again and adopt a rescue.

  • Susan

    We had to put our dog down 2 weeks ago and it was one of the hardest things we’ve ever had to do. Rest in peace Joe. So sorry for you loss Chad.

  • Jennifer

    Losing a beloved pet is a terrible thing to happen. But while they cross the rainbow bridge and leave us, they are never forgotten. R.I.P. Joe!

  • http://www.toodey.media TooDey

    Interesting people have so much feeling towards the loss of someone we don’t even know

  • Anna

    @TooDey: it’s called ‘empathy’…