Jennifer Aniston Loses A Best Friend — Her Canine Companion Norman! So Sad!

Mon, May 16, 2011 8:05pm EST by 6 Comments

Jennifer’s longest-lasting male companion has passed away after 15 years of being faithfully by the actress’s side.

Jennifer Aniston’s beloved furry friend Norman passed away a few weeks ago at the age of 15. From Friends to the big screen,the Welsh Corgi-terrior mix has been at Aniston’s side through all the ups and downs and even followed her around the world when she was shooting on location.

“He died a few weeks ago,” Aniston’s rep told People Magazine. “He was an old dog and it was just his time.”

Aniston referred to Norman as her “baby boy” and even purchased her latest swanky New York Pad under the name Norman’s Nest Trust. It’s never easy losing a pet, especially one you treat like family.

We wish Jennifer the best as she deals with the loss of Norman and hope that she when she’s ready she will find a new canine companion who is just as important to her. Fortunately Jennifer still has Dolly, a white German Shepard, to keep her company as she mourns the loss of a great friend.

Nicole Fukuoka

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Posted at 6:27 AM on May 17, 2011  

Sad to loose a pet. And I know from seeing her that she loved that dog. He was 15 (it was his time according to her rep.. HUVANE)

BUT that being said. This did not happen today or yesterday, or the day before or a week ago..

IT happened WEEKS ago according to her forever present mouth piece. Why was it announced today and not last week or yesterday.. The dog died WEEKS ago. She has been promoting water and her fragrance. Why nothing then.

YOU can think whatever you want. This woman and her PR guy are so obvious it is beyond real. She lost a loved pet. sad but this was not a child.

But lets start throwing her another pity party. And will People Mag run a story in the future like..Jen Aniston, 5 Years After Norman.. how is she coping.

Just pathetic on more levels the I could climb.

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Posted at 4:15 PM on May 17, 2011  

huh? i can’t even follow you, so whatever you think is such an obvious malicious plan, clearly is not. there are plenty of reasons it could just now be being brought up… for example, perhaps it took the press three weeks to notice they hadn’t seen her with him, and so they asked. she didn’t have any duty or reason to disclose this personal sadness beforehand. get over your lame grudge and move on.

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Posted at 11:24 PM on May 16, 2011  

So sad. Your pets love you unconditionally and all they want in life is to please you. Norman was so sweet looking and brought Jen many years of happiness. He never let her down. So sorry for her loss.

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Posted at 10:57 PM on May 16, 2011  

I don’t which is dumber: Jennifer telling everybody her dog died or that people think it’s big news. The timing is really suspect too considering today was the premier for The Tree Of Life.

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Posted at 4:16 PM on May 17, 2011  

wth is wrong with you people? she didn’t make an announcement re her sad news. it’s clear from the article her pr person was merely responding to an inquiry, asked three weeks late. get over it for crying out loud.

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Posted at 9:24 PM on May 16, 2011  

I feel her pain. Last October my cat died at the age of 20 of old age. And my childhood pet, a poodle, died at 19. It’s never easy. R.I.P. Norman :(

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