26/11, An unforgetful day that terrorised the whole of Mumbai, Four brave dogs named Max, Sultan, Tiger and Caesar helped the Mumbai force detect bombs during the attack.
After retirement, Fizzah Shah, an animal activist gave them a home at Fizzah Farms in Vihar.
All the dogs were given a dignified burial.
The dogs worked for the Goregaon unit of the Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad (BDDS).
“After Sultan went away, Tiger got very depressed. When Max went away, these three used to roam around his grave. Caesar is also not keeping well these days. When Tiger died, Caesar just sat down and he was not ready to get up,” said Fizzah.
She also said Caesar refused to get up and walk on Saturday and had not been keeping well. His fever ran up to 105 degrees.
Fortunately, his fever fell on Monday after giving his medication and rest.
Losing his buddies has not been easy on Caesar, we hope for him to recover and prosper. #PrayForCaesar.