Following her dog Ace’s passing on Sunday, Carrie Underwood is paying tribute to him.
On Monday, the singer, 39, posted a series of images of her favorite cat on Instagram, including one of her caressing his head.
“My precious Ace passed away last night…
He will always be remembered in our hearts and will be sorely missed “The photographs were captioned by the Grammy winner. “He was there for me when I was on my own, trying to make sense of life at its most bizarre! He was there for me through three houses, six tours, and two children…always eager to snuggle and play…through the highs and lows.”
She went on to say, “He was a good boy and a real buddy till the end. Ace, I adore you… On the other hand, I’ll see you on the other side…”
Miranda Lambert, a fellow country artist, expressed her sympathy in the post’s comments section.
“🙌😢Sorry for the inconvenience. I understand how much that hurts. I’m sending you my best wishes, “she penned
On Sunday night, Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher, who have two sons Isaiah, 7, and Jacob, 3, attended the Grammy Awards, where she performed her song “Ghost Story.”
Ace served as a ring bearer for Underwood and Fisher at their wedding in July 2010, with Underwood’s nephew. Ace’s leash was in the hands of the flower girl.
Before the wedding, Underwood remarked, “He’ll be one of the ring bearers – he’s like my baby.” “Ace plays such an important role in my life.”
Ace wore a special powder pink tuxedo and a white gold and diamond “A” made by jeweler Johnathon Arndt for the big day.
“‘He’s in pink!’ Mike said. ‘What exactly are you doing?'” At the time, Underwood told PEOPLE. “However, he appeared to be quite attractive.”
Fisher continued, “He required a little coaxing along the way, but he did fantastically.” “It was adorable, and it was a fun moment. It was a huge hit with everyone.”