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Jean-Luc Reichmann, the favorite host of the French, shares a sad statement on the Web. The presenter of twelve strokes of noon had to make a painful decision to save one of his close companions.
Jean-Luc Reichmann, an animal lover
It’s kind of thanks to the entertainment of The Z’amours that Jean-Luc Reichmann sees his popularity explode. After this three-year experience, he will run for nine years, every lunchtime, the program Watch your step ! And since 2010, he has been in charge of Twelve Blows of Noon on the chain TF1. We can say that Jean-Luc Reichmann is faithful in his professional life, but also in his personal life.
Indeed, he built a solid bond with the candidates and the public. Jean-Luc Reichmann shares everything with his followers and even when it comes to his animals. We inevitably remember his beloved hens. He will say hello and good night to them every day. He’s got love to spare, that’s for sure. And his dog Dona is the first to take advantage of it and she gives him back. It is an integral part of the daily life of the whole family. Unfortunately, the animator’s faithful companion underwent a very heavy operation some time ago. He is very affected and moved by the difficult decision he had to take to save her.
A heavy operation for his four-legged companion
This Friday, July 9, 2021, Jean-Luc Reichmann shared a touching snapshot on his accounts Instagram and Twitter. Internet users already knew that his dog Dona was not in top form. Indeed, she has some small health problems. In May, Jean-Luc Reichmann posted a video of his pet with a ruff. That didn’t stop her from being happy and frolicking. However, one of her legs made her suffer and she limps. Thus, he is forced to make a radical decision and he shares the result with his followers.
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– Jean-Luc Reichmann (@JL_Reichmann) July 10, 2021
Jean-Luc Reichmann had to have his Labrador Dona amputated from one of his front legs: “Unfortunately in life, there are painful decisions to be made… Even on 3 legs, I love you my dog“, Can we read in the caption of the photo. Obviously, his publication moved all his fans to the highest point. They did not fail to write him many messages of support and encouragement. You can read very touching sentences like “He is very handsome even with three legs“.
At the same time, Jean-Luc Reichmann who is an animal lover took the opportunity to send a general message to the Web: “As the holidays approach, let’s not abandon our animals.“. June 26 was World Pet Abandonment Day. Every year, 100,000 animals are abandoned, including 60,000 during the summer period, according to the 30 Million Friends Foundation. This figure has not really changed in the right direction in recent years. But the associations do not despair and are constantly fighting to push it back.
A disability for life, but surrounded by love
Each summer, we think of the sad fate of abandoned animals. Fortunately, Dona won’t. She was adopted by a caring family. In addition, the dog is surrounded by love in this large family. Indeed, Jean-Luc Reichmann and Nathalie have six children between them. A beautiful recomposed tribe. Admittedly, the amputation of a leg is a difficult surgical operation. But, it is well taken care of by experts. They claim that the majority of dogs recover quickly and adapt well to this new life. Better than you think! Dona will quickly get back on her feet and without suffering.
With all the love given her by her master Jean-Luc Reichmann, Dona will recover without a doubt. We wish her beautiful cream-colored Labrador a good recovery. In any case, the host is exemplary and many people should be inspired by it. It was Gandhi who said: “One can judge the greatness of a nation and its moral progress by the way it treats animals.”. Well, when we see the number of dropouts, abuse and all the other injustices, we say to ourselves that the road is still long… but not lost in advance!