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Martha Stewart buries pet cat after 4 of her canine assault, kill it – Nationwide

Martha Stewart buries pet cat after 4 of her canine assault, kill it – Nationwide

Martha Stewart shared final night that 4 of her canine attacked and killed her cat, Princess Peony.

“Burying the gorgeous and weird Princess Peony,” Stewart wrote on her Instagram web page. “the 4 canine mistook her for an outsider and killed her defenseless little self. i’ll miss her very badly. RIP magnificence.”

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The caption was accompanied by a photograph of three employees digging a small grave.

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Actor Ellen Pompeo and enterprise mogul Kris Jenner expressed their condolences in feedback beneath the put up.

Stewart intently adopted her preliminary put up in regards to the dying with a photograph of her misplaced pet.

“This was the Princess Peony,” she captioned it.

In keeping with Stewart’s web site, Princess Peony is a dominant calico Persian cat.

Princess Peony and her twin sister Empress Tang have been born on Could 11, 2009 — that means the cat was simply shy of its thirteenth birthday when it was killed.

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Stewart’s web site hosts a gallery of photographs of her pets for followers to peruse. There are 32 entries within the gallery, consisting of photographs of her many canine, cats, pigeons, horses, peacocks, geese and extra.

It’s unclear which canine mauled Princess Peony, however Stewart, 80, largely owns Chow Chows, in addition to some French bulldogs.

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