If you’ve not been keeping up to date with Chelsea Handler‘s Instagram lately, it’s been a bit of an emotional ride.
Late last week Chelsea posted about having to say a last goodbye to her beloved pup Chunk, who crossed the rainbow bridge after living a very spoilt life as Chelsea’s animal-child and regular on Chelsea Lately alongside her other late adopted beb, Tammy.
This guy passed away today. Thank you to everyone who has sent so many goodies, doggy treats, toys, clothes, paintings, stuffed animals, and everything else over the years. He loved being famous and getting recognized, especially without me. So many people loved him, and i really appreciate that and so did he. My favorite memory of Chunk is when I was paddle boarding on the Hudson River in upstate NY and he was following me on the shoreline by the trees, and finally jumped in and swam a quarter of a mile to get on my paddle board with me. I cried that day at how much he loved me. And, today I’m crying because of how much I loved him. My chunky monkey. I love you, baby. Softest doggy in the world. ????❤️????a true gentleman.
Over the weekend though, Chelsea welcomed two new babies into the family; presumably to fill the incredibly fluffy void left by Chunk. Please give a warm greeting to Bert and Bernice, two very fuzzy chow chows.
Oh my god look at those FACES. They’re so pure and good and I want to smush my face into their little faces and give them all the belly scritches that they deserve.
These two ratbags are rescues, which is GREAT because there’s so many puppos out there that need forever-homes. Adopt don’t shop all the way, babey!
We don’t know too much about Bert and Bernice just yet but just spend some time gazing into their perfect little faces and think about how bloody floofy they are and how soft they’d be and how much the one at the front is totally Bert and he’d be a little terror while Bernice would watch him tear around and sigh heavily before going back to napping in the afternoon sun.
Bless, this is the best way to start the week.