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Angel Locsin mourns pet dog’s death: ‘You can rest now’

/ 11:12 AM May 14, 2020

Angel Locsin has bid goodbye to her beloved dog Pwet-Pwet who passed away after falling ill.

“Proud of you my perfect little fighter. You can rest now. Love you ALWAYS,” the actress said on Instagram today, May 14, sharing pictures of the Bichon Frise dog.

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Earlier on May 8, Locsin called for prayers as her dog’s kidneys were failing.

Pwet-Pwet had been a constant companion of the actress for the past years, from shoots to errands.

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Multi tasking like an Aivee Dome👌🏻 was able to “doggysit” Pwet-Pwet while pampering myself here in @theaiveeclinic 🧖🏻‍♀️🐶 —————— Aivee Dome is a state of the art infratherapy machine that helps your body detoxify. Releasing all the toxins that makes your body feel bloated. This treatment also aids weightloss, helps with muscle recovery and bodyaches and promote total body wellness. ✅ Helps with weightloss ✅ Relax and relieve stress and muscle tension and eliminate chronic fatigue ✅ Stimulates and strengthen the immune system ✅ Eliminates body toxin and lessens bloatedness ✅ Rejuvenates skin ✅ Prevents muscular pain, stiffness and aches.

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The actress also considered her a source of comfort at home.

Celebrities were among those who shared their sympathies with Locsin, including Maja Salvador, Angelica Panganiban, Jhong Hilario and Rico Blanco.  /ra

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