Noodle, ‘No bones day’ pug on TikTok, dies, owner says

One of the quirks of the pug has become a kind of online horoscope, bringing Noodle to internet fame.

Its owner said Saturday that the pug gained internet fame last year as a sort of internet prophet who predicts how your day will turn out.

“I’m sorry to have to share this, but Noodle passed away yesterday. He’s at home, he’s in my arms – and this is so sad,” Jonathan Graziano said on TikTok and Instagram. “I want to encourage you to celebrate him while we navigate this sadness.”

Graziano, who has taken care of Noodle for the past seven years, said the pug is 14 and a half years old and reaches quite a few people through his predictions: “He has made millions happy. What a life. race”.

Noodle’s popular TikTok videos have a simple premise: Graziano will gently lift a sleepy dog ​​to his feet. If Noodles fall to the ground, it’s a “boneless” day. If Noodles grab hold of the day and still stand, it’s a “bone” day.

Graziano explained the daily predictions on last year’s TODAY Show: “Skeletal Day is the day when you have to pursue an ambition or a task you’ve been putting off. Boneless day is the day when you’re only allowed to wear soft clothes. , take care of yourself, take a shower.”

Noodle and Graziano’s accounts have nearly 4.5 million followers on TikTok and more than 270,000 on Instagram. Pug even appeared in a children’s book about the importance of self-care.

“Thank you for loving him, thank you for embracing us.” Graziano said in the emotional video.

https://www.king5.com/article/news/nation-world/noodle-the-bones-or-no-bones-pug-has-died/507-6700a520-64d4-42a6-a2df-6a0d9e9ddde3 Noodle, ‘No bones day’ pug on TikTok, dies, owner says

Edmund DeMarche

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