Olympian Gus Kenworthy pens touching tribute after the sudden dying of his rescue canine, Beemo.


Beemo, rescued from a Korean meat farm by Kenworthy and his companion, lived a charmed, superstar canine’s life to the top.

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Again in February, we introduced you the story of Olympian Gus Kenworthy, who rescued a canine from a Korean meat farm and helped increase consciousness for the plight of canine on this a part of the world. Beemo turned a contented member of Kenworthy’s household and a logo of hope (and love and cuteness) through her Instagram account.

Sadly, pretty Beemo died all of a sudden on Thursday. Kenworthy took to social media to interrupt the information.

“Two days in the past my lovely child Beemo handed away,” Kenworthy wrote Saturday night time in a heartbreaking Instagram publish. “It was fully sudden and Matt and I are beside ourselves attempting to deal with her loss.”

Kenworthy got here residence from Sochi with a silver medal in slopestyle alongside along with his lovely rescue pup. He and his companion, Matt, gave Beemo a charmed life. However a couple of week in the past, the canine stopped consuming.

A vet go to revealed that Beemo’s lungs have been deteriorated and her coronary heart enlarged as the results of a congenital situation.

“[A veterinarian] mentioned that she’d been residing on ‘borrowed time’ from the get go,” the Olympian wrote within the publish that included a heartbreaking picture of the pooch in his arms. “Beemo was really the very best factor that ever occurred to me and I really feel so lucky for our borrowed time collectively.”

“She cherished folks. She cherished birds and the snow. She cherished me and Matt,” Kenworthy wrote. “However most of all she cherished assembly different canine.”

“If any of you have got pets up in doggy heaven please inform them to go discover Bee as a result of she might actually use a superb play date proper now.”


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