Tiger — hero of 26/11 Mumbai attacks laid to rest
By NewsX Bureau
| Sunday, July 24, 2016 - 20:32
Mumbai: 26/11 hero and retired police dog 'Tiger' was laid to rest in a farmhouse where he was living in post-retirement. Tiger, who passed away on Friday night, had a funeral performed in Mumbai with full state honours.
Tiger's buddy Ceaser who was also part of the 26/11 police force attended his funeral.
Max and Sultan, two other buddies of Tiger, also retired police dogs lived along with Tiger in a Virar farmhouse. They were all part of the police force during the 26/11 attacks that took place in Mumbai.
Both Max and Sultan died earlier this year and now after Tiger's death, Ceaser is the only sniffer dog who is alive.
Animal lover Fizzah Shah takes care of the retired police dog in her farm.
While talking to media Fizzah said, "Ceaser is not keeping well these days. When Tiger died, Caeser just sat down; he wasn't ready to get up."
"After Sultan went away, Tiger got very depressed. When Max went away, these 3 used to roam around his grave."
It is the most beautiful experience of my life to have our brave soldiers in my farm; I'm fortunate, Fizzah said about the retired police dogs.