LOOK: Nikki Gil heartbroken over dog's death | Inquirer Entertainment

LOOK: Nikki Gil heartbroken over dog’s death

By: - Reporter
/ 06:14 PM April 12, 2019

Nikki Gil expressed her heartbreak as her furry friend, Charlie, lost his battle with cancer on Thursday.

“My sweet sweet boy… Last night I lost you to cancer,” the former Myx VJ wrote in an Instagram post Friday, attaching some photos of her and her dog through the years.


“And while my heart is broken in a million pieces, I take comfort in knowing that you are in doggy heaven running around in perfect health,” she added.

Gil wished she had more time to spend with her “perfect friend.”


Several celebrities such as Zsa Zsa Padilla, Jhong Hilario and Isabel Oli expressed sadness over the news of Charlie’s passing.

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Image: Instagram/@nikkigil

Gil, who took some time off show biz to focus on her blog (nikkigil.com), cited all the good qualities of her dog in a 2016 blog entry titled “Charlie Is Ready to Date.”

“When I’m sad, Charlie is quick to run and lay next to me and my miserable self to keep me company,” Gil penned. “He is also a very good listener. On several occasions, I’ve found myself talking to Charlie about my day, about why I’m tired or why I’m crying.”  /ra


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