LAS VEGAS – In a heartbreaking turn of events on the eve of the Stanley Cup Final, the unofficial Vegas Golden Knights’ canine ambassador, Bark-Andre Furry, has sadly passed away. The news of his death was shared through a poignant social media post, revealing that the therapy dog died on Friday at the age of 14.
Bark-Andre Furry, a Jack Russell Terrier, held a special place in the hearts of many hockey fans and supporters of the Vegas Golden Knights. He was named in honor of the team’s former goaltender, Marc-Andre Fleury, and actively worked for the Tyler Robinson Foundation. This foundation dedicates itself to combatting the hidden expenses associated with childhood cancer.
The loss of Bark-Andre Furry is deeply felt within the Vegas community and among those who admired his dedication to supporting a worthy cause. The therapy dog’s presence brought joy and comfort to countless individuals, offering a ray of hope during difficult times.
As news of his passing spreads, tributes and condolences pour in, highlighting the impact Bark-Andre Furry made during his time as an ambassador for both the Vegas Golden Knights and the Tyler Robinson Foundation. His memory will forever be cherished, serving as a reminder of the positive influence one furry companion can have on the lives of many.
Rest in peace, Bark-Andre Furry. You will be dearly missed.
Credits: Fox 5 Vegas
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