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Tiger, Dog Who Aided In discovering Bombs In 26/11 Attack, Passed Away!

26 Jul 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

The 26/11 terror attacks were horrifying for every Indian in the history. The country moaned for all of them who were victims of Taj attack. Our prayers still go out to them. Apart from the heroic soldiers, there were some who proved themselves during this assailing. Four sniffer dogs were amongst those unsung heroes that helped the police to discover bombs. The mutts named, Max, Sultan, Ceaser and Tiger. They cohabited in a farm house located in Virar. Tiger was not well due to lung infection, which kept him in poor health for a long time. The brave heart passed away recently. However, Max and Sultan breathed their last breath in the month of June this year.


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Fizzah Shah, who is an animal lover, took care of all of them at her farm house recalls with all the love and respect. Fizzah says Tiger loved to play with footballs and his much-loved activity was to catch the coconut falling from the trees in the farm. Tiger used to run for the coconut and played all around the farm.


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Tiger will be in our hearts forever. He was a true conqueror that helped the police force to avert a big blast that could have taken away millions of innocent lives. To honour and respect the courageous dog, Tiger was given the honorary funeral that he deserved.


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May his soul rest in peace.

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