26/11 attacks: Brave police dog ‘Tiger’ laid to rest with full state honours

| Sunday, July 24, 2016 - 09:11
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His buddy Caesar, along with the other dogs attended his funeral

New Delhi: Retired police dog, Tiger, who helped police officials during 26/11 Mumbai attacks in detecting bombs, passed away on Saturday night. 
Animal lover, Fizzah Shah maintains a farmhouse wherein she takes care of retired police dogs. Tiger’s abode was also the same. His last rites were performed in Mumbai with full state honours. His buddy Caesar, along with the other dogs attended his funeral.  

Tiger used to stay at Fizzah Shah’s Virar farmhouse along with his other retired police dogs, who were also part of the 26/11 operations. Along with Caesar, Max and Sultan also live at the farmhouse. 

These dogs played an important role during the Mumbai attacks and accompanied Mumbai Police in carrying out its operations.  

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