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Jennifer Aniston's New Tattoo Honors Norman, Her Late Dog

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For fifteen years Jennifer Aniston and her dog Norman were the best of friends. The actress even took the Welsh corgi-terrier mix to set with her. Sadly, in May after a long and happy life, Norman passed away.

Aniston, who was often photographed out on walks with Norman, has found a way to pay tribute to her friend that will last a lifetime. She tattooed his name to the inside of her right foot.

The actress told Entertainment Tonight Canada about the tattoo, “That’s my dog. My baby who just passed away. I never thought that would ever happen. It’s just my way to pay homage to him – forever.”

Our condolences to Ms. Aniston for the loss of her companion.

The Aniston household isn’t totally without wagging tails though. She shares her home with a white German Shepherd named Dolly.

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