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Monday, July 25, 2016

Ceasar, 26/11 sole survivor police dog hospitalized

Ceasar, 26/11 sole survivor
police dog hospitalized

Mumbai: Ceasar, the sole surviving polce dog of 26/11 terror attack, admitted to veterinary hospital in parel (Mumbai) on Monday, 25th July 2016. Caesar’s caretaker Fizzah says that Caesar got depressed after his colleague, retired 26/11 police dog ‘Tiger’ passed away.

Retired police dog ‘Tiger’, who helped police officials in detecting bombs during the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai and was on duty for several days outside the Taj hotel in Colaba, has passed away on Saturday, 23rd July 2016.

The 26/11 hero was laid to rest in a farmhouse he was living in post-retirement. Tiger, the black Labrador, was suffering from lung infection.

Fizzah Shah, animal activist, whose Fizzah Farms in Virar was home to four 26/11 sniffer dogs-Max, Sultan, Tiger and Caesar, said the dog was on regular treatment for lung infection but its condition worsened on Friday, 22nd night.
 “It was the most beautiful experience of my life to have our brave soldiers in my farm. I am fortunate,” she told.
Shah also recalled after Tiger’s childhood buddy and colleague Sultan passed away in the farm, he became lonely. Tiger, a Labrador was part of the bomb detection dog squad at Goregaon, which also comprised of Max, Caesar and Tiger. Max had died in April this year.

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