A pet can be one of the best companions a person can have and it is always very painful when one’s pet passes away. Unfortunately for Alexa Bliss, that is exactly what happened recently after her pet pig Larry Steve passed away.
A couple of days ago Alexa Bliss reached out to her fans on social media where she showed that her pig Larry Steve was in serious condition and was desperate for help. Many veterinarians refused to help Bliss and when she finally got hold of it, it was simply too late.
Alexa Bliss took to Twitter and uploaded a video reacting to the passing of her pet pig. Alexa Bliss was clearly emotional in the video, as she thanked everyone for all the support.
“Hi, I just wanted to get on here and say thank you to everyone who has reached out about Larry and to let everyone know that I really appreciate the amount of support and people who have called and texted. I will get back to you, I just can’t yet because we’re still trying to kind of wrap our heads around what happened. Larry went very quickly and we don’t really fully understand it yet, but he was surrounded by people who loved him, you know, my family was there, we were petting him. And Ryan was playing him music on his guitar because Larry loves music
Alexa Bliss then urged veterinarians to provide help to different kinds of animals more and added that she will be doing a charity on what would have been Larry’s fourth birthday to raise money for animal rescue.
“I just wanted to say to any animal care person or vet, no matter how big an animal is or how different they are… please help them. I hope Larry’s story helps open people’s eyes to the realities of having animals around his size. And I just want people to, you know, do better. We are gonna celebrate Larry’s birthday tomorrow. I really want to do something where we celebrate his birthday and maybe do like a charity thing to raise money for an animal rescue. And if that’s something that you guys are interested in or anything like that, just let us know. And again, thank you.”
Alexa Bliss and Larry Steve were certainly inseparable, as he lived in her house since his birth back in 2017. We would like to offer our condolences to Alexa Bliss during this sad time and hope veterinarians pay heed to her request.