Andy Cohen Had To Rehome His Dog, Wacha: 'A Piece Of My Heart Is Gone'
Written by Huffingtonpost on May 29, 2020
Andy Cohen has needed to half methods together with his beloved rescue canine, Wacha.
The Bravo host opened up in regards to the painful determination to rehome the pooch on Instagram Friday. He stated he’d needed to “tackle some occasional random indicators of aggression” throughout his seven years as Wacha’s proprietor.
As soon as Cohen welcomed son Benjamin Allen final yr, it turned clear that his little one and canine wouldn’t have the ability to reside collectively safely.
“After an incident just a few months in the past, quite a few professionals led me to the conclusion that my house is just not an excellent place for him,” Cohen wrote. “Holding him right here might be catastrophic for Ben and worse for Wacha.”
Although Cohen didn’t specify a timeline, he stated Wacha has been positioned beneath the care of latest homeowners who had beforehand taken care of him.
Nonetheless, Cohen stated, “A bit of my coronary heart is gone.”
“My canine modified me,” he stated. “He opened me as much as love … to caring … and finally to having a household. … We did rescue one another.”
Over time, Wacha made frequent appearances on Cohen’s “Watch What Occurs Dwell” set. The canine has additionally been photographed within the firm of many celebrities, together with Carol Burnett, Mindy Kaling and Daniel Radcliffe, amongst others.
In March, Cohen revealed he’d examined optimistic for COVID-19, the illness attributable to the coronavirus. Since recovering, he’s returned to his “Watch What Occurs Dwell” internet hosting duties remotely from his New York townhouse. He’s additionally been a supply of help ― and hand-me-downs ― for pal Anderson Cooper, who turned a dad for the primary time with new son Wyatt Morgan final month.
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