Ashley Tisdale Is Heartbroken After Her Beloved Dog, Maui, DiesAndrea Powell
Dogs make our lives whole and are always there for us when we need them. They bring a smile to our face after a long day and snuggle with us when we are sad.
When we have to say goodbye to our beloved dogs, we lose a piece of ourselves. The pain is almost unbearable but somehow we find a way to go on.
Ashley Tisdale, High School Musical actress, posted on Instagram the devastating news. Her beloved Maltipoo, Maui, had passed away and she was heartbroken. The adorable dog often appeared on her social media. She wrote an emotional post that anyone who has lost a dog can relate to.
It read, “I don’t even know how to say this. This pain is the worst pain I’ve ever felt. Maui was my soulmate, the connection was unlike any other. She didn’t care who I was and what I did, she just loved me unconditionally. @cmfrench and I knew with Maui she wasn’t just a dog she was something special. She had the purest soul. I know dogs don’t live as long as we do but why not?”
She went on to say, “I wanted more time with her. I wasn’t ready for this and now I’m broken. I will miss you every single day of my life Maui, I will never forget how much joy and love you brought to me and @cmfrench. I can’t stop crying but hopefully in time that will heal but know you are always a part of me and one day we will be together again. My angel. My heart”.
Thousands of people gave their condolences in the comments. The following day, Tisdale posted photos of the funeral held for Maui. Photos showed a pink casket with photos of Maui and a tons of flowers that were sent from friends. “The amount of flowers we received from so many people had been overwhelming.”
Queen song “Love Of My Life,” was played in the video that captured the emotional event. Tisdale and her husband, Christopher French, were joined by friends to burn sage and had a prayer fire. She is thankful for all the support she is receiving from her husband, friends, and fans during this difficult time.
We are so sorry for your loss.
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