Paul O’Grady welcomes a new puppy just days after the tragic death of his beloved dog Boycie


Paul O’Grady was heartbroken after the death of his beloved dog Boycie earlier this week, but the star now has a new puppy to show the world.

The 64-year-old television star and comedian revealed that he welcomed the adorable Nancy from Battersea Dogs and Cats home after losing his dog Shih Tzu.

Animal lover Paul, who recently joined Instagram, took his account to show off his dog.

He shared a snapshot of the baby in fur lying on a faux fur throw, and the cute little puppy looks relaxed as she lays on the blanket.

“I just thought I would let Battersea know how Nancy is doing,” Paul wrote next to the photo.

He added hilariously: “She is twice her size, extremely confident, loves her food and when she does not terrorize Arfur (who is mad about her), she likes to pose for glamorous photos on her faux fur carpet . “

Nancy is Paul’s new sweet puppy

Paul’s fans immediately went to the comments section and left sweet messages on his new furry companion.

One of them wrote, “She is beautiful. It looks like a little rascal! “

Another shared: “Awww she is beautiful, happy that you had another baby [heart emojis] ».️

The TV star announced on Wednesday the death of his beloved dog Boycie

“She’s gorgeous, you can never say no lol xx,” added a third.

This comes after the death of Boycie, Paul’s beloved, on Wednesday.

He announced the news via his radio producer Malcolm Prince on Twitter.

Paul shared a sad last photo of the dog and we could see him watching his cuddly dog ​​admiringly in the photo.

Aside from his high flying television career, Paul has always had a soft spot for animals – especially dogs

Malcolm shared the heartbreaking message from his famous friend about the death of his dog.

He wrote, “A message from Paul … Unfortunately, he had to say goodbye to Boycie today.

“He asked me to share this photo #TeamPOG#paulogrady#FarewellBoycie. ”

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Paul enjoyed Boycie’s company as the UK locked out amid the coronavirus pandemic.

However, the star now has his new four-legged friend to keep him company.

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