The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Eileen Davidson Shares Heartbreaking Loss – Beloved Dog Dies

The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Eileen Davidson Shares Heartbreaking Loss - Beloved Dog Dies

The Young and the Restless spoilers has some sad news to pass along about a popular Y&R star. Eileen Davidson, who portrays Ashley Abbott on the CBS soap, recently shared with her Instagram followers that her family lost their beloved dog Charlotte.

Eileen shared several sweet photos of Charlotte and various members of her family, along with the following caption: “We had to send our LOVED DOGGO Charlotte off a couple days ago and we are all gutted. Loved our moomers beyond and so grateful for everything she brought to our lives.”

Eileen continued, saying, “What a spirit. She fought to stay with us until her body gave out. Special thanks to #malibucoastanimalhospital. Charlotte loved you.”

Eileen’s soap star colleagues have been steadily replying to her post with their condolences. Amelia Heinle (Victoria Newman) replied by saying: “I’m sorry, uggg.” Greg Rikaart (Kevin Fisher) commented: “Just the pits. I’m so sorry, Eileen. Hang in there.” And Beth Maitland (Traci Abbott) replied as well, saying: “Sending love, Eileen. No words!! Just love.”

If you follow Eileen regularly on social media, then you know that Charlotte has made appearances on her Instagram feed in the past. In fact, last month, Eileen posted a sweet photo of Charlotte on a throw blanket where she blended in perfectly with the blanket. Eileen’s caption read: “Has anyone seen Charlotte?”

Eileen’s fans have been offering their condolences to Eileen as well. As one fan nicely stated: “So, so sorry. My heart goes out to you. The loss of a much-loved pet is so painful. They bring such beauty, laughter, tears, and unconditional love to our lives.”

We send out deepest condolences to Eileen and her family at this time. Stay tuned to the CBS soap and remember to check CDL regularly for the latest Young and the Restless spoilers, updates, and news.

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