The Pence Family beloved cat passed away this weekend at age of 13, which was sad event for the family.
“Rest in peace, Oreo,” second lady Karen Pence posted on Tweeter on Sunday. “You touched a lot of hearts in your little life. Our family will miss you very much,” along with some photos of Oreo.
Rest in peace Oreo. You touched a lot of hearts in your little life. Our family will miss you very much. pic.twitter.com/0Ar9Sr5kpz
— Karen Pence (@SecondLady) June 10, 2017
Oreo has been part of the family long time, first on the grounds of the Naval Observatory, and then at the governor’s mansion in Indianapolis after the 2016 elections.
Vice president told CNN that the cat was especially close with Pence’s youngest daughter Audrey, 23.
Oreo lived along with two other family pets, Pickles the cat and Marlon Bundo the rabbit.
— Mike Pence (@mike_pence) January 9, 2017
Maybe Trump’s family lacks pets, but that’s why Pence family’s pets have had the spotlight, even one of them became some king of celebrity.
Marlon Bundo, earlier this year became the first bunny to ever ride on Air Force 2, and also has his own Instagram page with over 13,000 followers.
Marlon even overshowed the vice president last month at White House event that honored members of the military and their families.
“He’s what we call BOTUS — he’s the Bunny of the United States, ” Karen Pence said, stating that Charlotte, got Bundo for a film she made in college.
“Marlon came today really just to say ‘hi’ to you and to say thank you to all the children,” she said.
“Don’t clap!” she asked him, because the noise could scare “BOTUS” into jumping out of her arms.
The family are lovers of animas, and they also had beagle who died in October, a 13-year-old dog.
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