French buyer’s family devastated by tragic loss of pet

Posted November 14, 2018 07:59:18 A pet owned by French family members was killed in a freak accident during a shopping trip in Paris.

The family were on their way to buy a home in the French capital when the family lost their pet, known only as Lillie, to a dog attack in the city’s north.

Mr James said he was in shock as he watched his pet go to her death. “

It was a very scary thing, we just had to leave.”

Mr James said he was in shock as he watched his pet go to her death.

He said Lillia, who lived with the family in a property they owned, had become a favourite of their children.

“I think we lost her for sure,” Mr James told iTele.

“So I can’t even think of the worst thing that could happen to her.” “

She was so happy, she didn’t care who knew it. “

So I can’t even think of the worst thing that could happen to her.”

She was so happy, she didn’t care who knew it.

“There was nothing more to her than a puppy and that’s all.”

The family have not revealed how Lilli died but said she had become increasingly agitated.

Mr Jones, a mechanic, said he lost the pet in a dog fight in the south of the French city in August.

“My heart is just breaking.

We are devastated,” he said.

Mr Jones said he has raised more than $20,000 through his Facebook page. “

They are going to feed her to dogs and cats, to people and even a cat, and that will help her a lot.”

Mr Jones said he has raised more than $20,000 through his Facebook page.

The Lillies owner, who does not want to be named, said they were not in need of money.

“Our dogs are in good hands,” he told iTeles.

“Lillie was always very friendly, very playful and very easy to train.”

The couple have since moved out of their home and the family said they would not be taking the pet to the vet.

“No, not at all.

Mr James has taken a picture of his dog and shared it on social media. “

A dog was better,” he added.

Mr James has taken a picture of his dog and shared it on social media.

“Thank you for your support,” he wrote.