Noodle the pug, ‘Bones or No Bones’ day Tiktok oracle, dies at 14

noodle the pug

It is now forever a No Bones day for one of Tiktok’s most beloved pugs, Noodle, as he finally made his journey to dog heaven on December 3, 2022.

His pet parent, Jonathan Graziano, made the announcement on Tiktok through a solemn video.

“I’m so sorry to have to share this, but Noodle passed yesterday,” he said. “He was at home, he was in my arms, and this is incredibly sad. It’s incredibly difficult. It’s a day that I always knew was coming but never thought would arrive.”

Through the heartbreaking message, Graziano encouraged fans to still celebrate the life of Noodle, noting how the pug had a long and fun life that made millions happy.



“I wanted to encourage you to celebrate him while we’re navigating this sadness,” he added. “He lived 14 and a half years, which is about as long as you can hope a dog can, and he made millions of people happy. What a run.”

He ended the video by thanking the adoring 4 million fans of Noodle, adding, “And give your dog a cheese ball tonight — but it has to be the fake stuff.”

Watch the full video below:

@jongraz

It has been the privilege of my life to care for Noodle these past 7 years. The sweetest man there has ever been and will ever be. ❤️




♬ original sound – Jonathan

Celebrating the life of Noodle the pug

Last year, Noodle became known for his “Bones or No Bones” day videos on Tiktok.

If Noodle stands after Graziano’s careful urging, it is a bones day for all. This means a productive day for fans, a sign to be filled with energy and do things to achieve their goals. However, if Noodle stays on his dog bed, it is a no bones day, meaning you can allow yourself to be in your pajamas and have a self-care day.

Noodle’s oracle videos became so popular that they gained millions of followers on Tiktok, interviews with TV shows, and a children’s book published this year titled Noodle and the No Bones Day.

Graziano adopted Noodle when he was 7 1/2 years old, and they have been inseparable ever since. – WhatALife!




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Jeraiza is a writer of Syntactics Inc. in Cagayan de Oro City. She writes for all sorts of topic to provide the right information and to keep the readers updated with the trends. A fan of all things classic, a typical bookworm with books gathering dust, and a fiction writer on weekends.

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