Pence family loses second pet since moving to Washington, D.C.

Posted at 5:07 PM, Dec 07, 2017
and last updated 2017-12-07 23:48:47-05

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In the whirlwind year since the 2016 presidential election, the Pences have been through a lot, including the loss of not one, but two furry family members. 

On Thursday, Second Lady Karen Pence announced on Twitter that their long-time family cat Pickle had died.

"We will all miss Pickle, our very chatty, sweet kitty of 16 years," the Second Lady posted. 

The Pence’s daughter, Charlotte, also posted a sweet tribute to the feline her family rescued 15 years ago.

“When we first rescued Pickle 15 years ago, she had been neglected so she was scared and mean and almost never let us hold her,” Charlotte wrote on Instagram. “When we said goodbye to her last night she was purring in our arms.”

Charlotte ended her post with a sweet goodbye to Pickle. “Rest in Peace and give your siblings lots of talking-to’s in heaven, baby.”

READ | Trump "embarrassed" the Pence's brought pets to D.C., according to report

The Pences brought two cats, a snake and a bunny named "Marlon Bundo" with them when they moved from Indiana to the Vice President's Naval Observatory residence in Washington, D.C.

The Pence’s 13-year-old cat, Oreo, passed away back in June.

READ | Pence family cat dies

The Pence's also lost their beagle, Maverick, a couple weeks before the 2016 elections. 

Shortly after losing Oreo, the family adopted a kitten and a dog while visiting Indianapolis Father's Day weekend. 

READ | Pence family welcomes puppy, kitten to family during trip to Indiana

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