wellington - New Zealand residents have responded to the death of the country's most famous pet, the Paddles poet. The pet of premier Jacinda Ardern and her partner died according to the newspaper The New Zealand Herald after a collision with a car.
Jacinda reacted sadly to the death of Paddles. 'Everyone who has lost a pet knows how sad we feel,' she wrote on Facebook. 'Paddles was very much loved, and not only by us. ''
The prime minister's partner remembered how the pussy made noise while the prime minister was about to get the American president Trump on line. The animal jumped on a chair next to the prime minister and clearly made her presence clear, after which the man quickly tried to discharge the pussy.
Paddles had a Twitter account with over 11,000 followers. They condemned the puppies' bosses and in a single case asked if they could send a mourning card. 'Tragic to see that nine lives passed so quickly,' wrote someone on the site.