The Dog Who Played Cheddar In Brooklyn Nine-Nine Has Passed Away



In a very sad turn of events, Cheddar
from “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” has passed away. Stewart, the corgi actor who rose to
fame for his role on the show, was put to sleep and peacefully passed away as
confirmed by his owners.

The corgi spent his final day among his loved ones at the beach where he got to “frolic in the surf,” as well as enjoy an In & Out Burger.

Posting to Instagram, his owners wrote
out a tribute to Stewart following the heartbreaking news:

My precious Stewart crossed the rainbow bridge today. We went to the beach (his favorite place) where he frolicked in the surf and then enjoyed a picnic lunch of In & Out burgers. We relaxed in the sun and just enjoyed each other’s company. Our veterinarian met us there later and Stewart went to sleep peacefully in my arms while listening to the sounds of the ocean. He was a one in a million kind of dog, he was my supaah staah.”

Stewart was
an important character on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” sometimes having entire
episodes based around him, like when Jake and Amy accidently lost him. He was
also integral to the Halloween heist episodes.

Fans have
already prepared a memorial reel for Stewart.

tributes have also begun to flood social media, proving that the K-9 actor was
loved and adored by fans of the show everywhere.

One fan tweeted, “The dog who played Cheddar on B99 passed away and I am SAD. RIP Stewart you’re the goodest boi.”

Another said, “Rest In Peace Cheddar, B99 won’t be the same without you.”

A third fan
posted the question on everyone’s mind, “Cheddar from B99 just passed away. Why
is the world so cruel?”

It is still
not known whether or not the series will address the death of Cheddar.

But either
way, the series won’t be the same. Rest in peace Stewart, you’ll be missed.

Story Source: Online

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