Pained by death of his buddy 'Tiger', 26/11 canine hero Caesar goes into depression
"When Tiger died, Caesar just sat down and he was not ready to get up."
Mumbai: 12-year-old Ceasar, the sole surviving police dog of 26/11 attack, was admitted to a veterinary hospital in Mumbai, a day after his fellow 26/11 hero Tiger passed away.
As per Ceasar's caretaker Fizzah, the retired police dog got depressed after his friend left him. “When Tiger died, Ceasar just sat down and he was not ready to get up," she said.
Fizzah added that the health condition of Ceasar remains worrisome even as doctors are trying their level best to bring him back to his normal self.
Ceasar and Tiger, both Labradors, along with two other police dogs named Max and Sultan were once part of the bomb detection dog squad at Goregaon. Their team of four had played an important role in the fight back when terror struck Mumbai.
Max and Sultan had passed away earlier.
On November 26, 2008, 10 Pakistani terrorists entered Mumbai from the Arabian sea-front and went on a carnage killing and injuring a total of 466 people.