- Amanda du Pont shared that she lost her dog Dior and she was absolutely shattered
- The actress spoke very highly of her dog and said that the pet was the sweetest animal ever
- Amanda took the time to warn pet owners not to visit a specific vet in Bryanston if they want care for their beloved animals
Losing a pet is just as painful as losing a family member. Pets become an integral part of the family, especially when they have been around for a long time. Actress Amanda du Pont has just lost her pet dog, Dior.
Amanda took to Instagram to share the painful news of her loss with her followers. She wrote the post with a very heavy heart.
"I am broken and have been crying all night. She was the purest soul, tap dancing and picking up a toy in her mouth every time I walk in the door. Slept by my feet always," said Amanda.
Amanda spoke very highly of Dior and shared how much her dog was no stranger to the "soft life". Dior loved to be carried around like a little baby and loved everyone around her.
As she was talking about her dog, Amanda took the time to warn pet owners not to visit a certain vet practice:
"Dior had back pain two days ago and we took her to be examined. All they say is that she could have had a bad reaction to the anaesthesia but they aren’t sure," she said.
Rest in peace little Dior.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that gospel artist Sbu Noah called on politicians to take the Covid-19 vaccine first. Gospel singer Sbu Noah has called on government officials lead by example and take the Covid-19 vaccine first.
The TV presenter took to Instagram to share his thoughts on the vaccine after Metro FM reported that the nationwide coronavirus vaccinations may begin as soon as next month.
The Siyakukhothamela hitmaker suggested that those who are in Parliament should get their vaccine shots first so that the citizens of Mzansi can see whether it has side effects or not.
"Real leadership would be the government getting vaccinated first."
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