Pete and Chasten Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and his husband, are mourning the death of their beloved rescue dog, Truman. The couple adopted the pup in 2018 and he quickly became a beloved member of their family.
The couple announced the sad news on social media, sharing a photo of Truman and writing, “We are heartbroken to share that our beloved rescue pup, Truman, passed away this week. He was a sweet, gentle soul and brought so much joy into our lives. We will miss him dearly.”
The couple adopted Truman from a shelter in South Bend, Indiana, in 2018. They quickly fell in love with the pup and he quickly became a beloved member of their family. The couple often shared photos of Truman on social media, showing off his playful personality and his love for the outdoors.
Truman was a constant companion for the couple, accompanying them on their travels and even joining them on the campaign trail during Pete’s 2020 presidential run. He was a source of comfort and joy for the couple, and his loss has left them heartbroken.
The couple has asked for privacy during this difficult time, but they have also asked for donations to be made to the South Bend Animal Care and Control in Truman’s memory. The shelter is where the couple adopted Truman and they want to give back to the organization that gave them so much joy.
Pete and Chasten Buttigieg’s loss of Truman is a reminder of the importance of rescuing animals and the joy that they can bring to our lives. The couple’s love for Truman was evident in the photos they shared and the way they spoke about him. They will miss him dearly, but his memory will live on in their hearts.