Sushant Singh Rajput’s death on June 14 left the entire nation shocked. It was a huge loss, especially for all those who knew the actor personally. The actor loved pets and after Sushant’s death, several pictures and videos of his pet dog Fudge went viral on social media. Videos suggesting that Fudge kept waiting for Sushant to come back, surfaced, and it left everyone overwhelmed. Now, the caretaker of Sushant’s Lonavala farmhouse has revealed that Sushant’s three pet dogs Amar, Akbar and Anthony are up for adoption.
While speaking to IANS, Raees, the caretaker of Lonavala farmhouse said that just one day before the actor’s death, Sushant Singh Rajput had transferred money to his account to take care of his pet dogs Amar, Akbar and Anthony- the three pet Rottweilers that Sushant had at the place. “On June 14 afternoon, I saw the news that Sushant sir has committed suicide on TV news channels and at first I could not believe what I was seeing. Just a day before, he had transferred money to my account to take care of his pet dogs, Amar, Akbar and Anthony," he said.
Raees also said that Sushant was unwell after his Europe trip in 2019 and he did not come to the farmhouse for almost two months. He also said that while Sushant had initially rented the farmhouse, he wanted to buy it, when the time came for renewal. He said that Sushant was planning to shift to the farmhouse permanently and that the farmhouse was being prepared accordingly. “Even though the agreement had expired in May 2020, Sushant sir had made advance payment for the months of June and July," he said.
He shared that all three Rottweilers Amar Akbar and Anthony are still at the farmhouse, and are up for adoption. ALSO READ: Sushant Singh Rajput’s Pet Dog Fudge Gets Alert At The Mention Of Sushant, Constantly Checks Cars Hoping SSR Would Return
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