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TikTok Star Noodle The Pug Who Went Viral For “Bones, No Bones” Days Died At 14

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TikTok Star Noodle The Pug Who Went Viral For "Bones, No Bones" Days Died At 14

(CTN NEWS) – Noodle the pug, who made millions of people laugh with his “bones or no bones” TikToks, passed away at 14.

On Saturday morning, the news was announced via Noodle’s social media accounts.

Graziano broke down in tears and added, “I’m very sorry to share this, but Noodle passed away yesterday.” “He was in my arms and at home. I always knew this day would come, but I never imagined it would.”

In 2021, Graziano and Noodle The Pug began gaining popularity with horoscope-like readings that he would record with the aging pug virtually every day.

When Noodle stood up after being placed on a dog bed, it was “bones” day. The internet predicted it would be a “no bones day” if he toppled over.

The phrases gained popularity on Twitter and TikTok, with Graziano defining “no bones days” as “permission to wear soft clothes, practice self-care, and take a bath.”

Many people associated the pandemic with the feeling of “no bones days,” collapsing immediately onto the plush dog bed.

Graziano adopted Noodle when he was just 7 years old, said in a statement on Saturday. “Although this is painful, I wanted to let you know, and I wanted to encourage you to enjoy him,”

“As long as you can hope for a dog to live, he lived for 14 and a half years. And he brought joy to a great number of people. Such a run.”

TikTok Star Noodle The Pug Who Went Viral For "Bones, No Bones" Days Died At 14

Admirers have used social media to pay tribute to the “bones or no bones” figure.

One user on Twitter said, “I knew that following a 14-year-old Pug on Tiktok that this day would come all too soon…but I don’t regret a single moment of following him.

His life brought us much delight. even on days with no bones. Noodle, rest in peace. Good night, prince!”

One commenter under Graziano’s video stated, “We are all allowed one no bones day, and then we may only have bones days in his honor.” Another person added, “It’s a bones day now and forever.”

Other well-known dogs have also praised him. Twitter posts for Noodle The Pug come from the account of Doug the Pug, a famous dog who rose to fame in 2014.

On Instagram stories, Hamilton and Olivia’s account, a corgi duet with more than 700,000 followers, also paid tribute to Noodle The Pug.

“Let’s celebrate Noodle today and all the lives he has touched, the inspiration he has given to countless people, and the delight Jon has given us all by sharing him with the world,” it says.

“Noodle The Pug was so celebrated, and his legacy will live on, thank you for sharing him with all of us,” Tika the Iggy, a celebrity pet with a home in Montreal, wrote to Graziano.

“Give your dog a cheese ball tonight, but it must be the imitation variety,” advised Graziano.

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