Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Share Heartfelt Tributes to Late Dog: ‘I’ll See You Again Baby Girl’

AceShowbizChanning Tatum and Jenna Dewan are mourning the loss of their dog, Lulu. After the dog fought a losing battle with cancer, the “Step Up” star and the former “World of Dance” host let it go across the rainbow bridge with tributes on Instagram.

Alongside a black-and-white image of himself and the pitbull mix dog running across the beach, the “Jupiter Ascending” actor wrote a heartbreaking caption. “I’ll see you again baby girl. But you’ll always be with me. Always,” he wrote. “Thank you Norman jean Roy for this memory.”

Aside from the picture, the “Smallfoot” actor also posted Instagram Stories in honor of Lulu. In one of his posts, Tatum posted a collage photo that featured a snap of Lulu sitting on a couch as well as a photo of the dog wearing a cute costume. He captioned it, “The bAdest b***h.” Meanwhile, another post was a picture of a yellow motorcycle with a caption “Rippin’ some laps in honor of Lulu. Lulu laps! Let’s go!” and “Rip Lulu Bama.”

Dewan also posted a series of pictures and videos on her instagram to honor the furry friend. Alongside the pictures, she wrote a message to her dog. “To our sweet and fierce Lulu… Thank you for being the best dog in the entire world and for fighting cancer for as long as you did,” she penned. “Thank you for your tireless love, protection and humor. Thank you for the adventures. Heartbroken doesn’t even come close to how it feels. But you will live on forever in our hearts and our memories… fly sweet angel.”

Back in April 2017, “The Grudge 2” actress had told PEOPLE that she and Tatum had spoiled their pets rotten. “They have every treat, every bone,” she said. “We’re always like, they won the lottery, especially Lulu. He came from the pound in Alabama to living with us.”

In that same interview, Tatum’s ex-wife also opened up about how close Tatum was with Lulu. “Lulu is like a fur Chan,” she said. “They are the same person. She’s wild, she loves adventure, she’s always like, ‘Where are we going? What are we doing?’ She’s a big baby, but she’s kind of vicious and also just ready to go all the time.”

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