Regardless of the circumstances, Queen Elizabeth always put corgis first.
The late monarch had multiple pets, but one dog always held a special place in her heart. I’m Susan. The monarch received the pet as a gift for her 18th birthday and cared for her for her 14 years until Susan’s death in 1959.
Shortly after the dog’s death, Queen Elizabeth overcame her grief and wrote a heartfelt letter to veterinarian Harold Swann, who had tried to save the corgi. people I recently published a message for all to see.
“When my dear Susan got sick, all you did for me, and all the hard work you put into getting her to Cambridge, and all she received while she was there. I want to thank you for your care, Elizabeth wrote, “Ever since she was six weeks old, I have always feared losing her, but I am grateful that her suffering was so merciful and short. I have.”
She ended her message with, “Yours sincerely, Elizabeth R.” FYI, the “R” stands for “Regina” which means queen in Latin.
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according to peopleSusan was buried on the Queen’s Sandringham estate, with a headstone that read, “For almost fifteen years, a faithful companion of the Queen.”
Finally, they were finally reunited.
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