Tom Hardy writes touching letter to his dog who passed away this week

Just when we thought it was impossible to love Tom Hardy even more than we already do – he just surpassed himself with flying colours. The hunky British actor wrote an adorable letter to his dog, Woody, who died earlier this week. In addition to posting a video documenting their relationship through pictures, Hardy also wrote a touching letter about the time that he got to spend with his beloved pooch before he passed away at just 6 years old.

The letter read ‘I first saw Woodstock running across a turnpike we were turning onto late one dark night in Peachtree Georgia Atlanta. He was a stray. 11 weeks old. Oh No we thought. Quickly Go get that dog not even sure it was a dog. Actually. We stopped the car. It was pitch black literally. I used my phone to light the road in case a car came round the turnpike and couldn’t see me.’

Tom continued ‘I panicked a little because I couldn’t help it had no name to shout and now it was close to the freeway. I put my fingers to my mouth and I whistled. Loud as I could,” he continued. “It ran straight at me and hit me around the legs I couldn’t see but I could hear the distress and I reached down thinking I’m going to get bitten. It was so noisy shrieking. I snatched out expecting to feel teeth and grabbed a fist full of soft neck fur lifted what was actually an incredibly light weight up to my face and shone my phone at it. It was a very small bundle literally sagging from its neck fur with two big brown eyes staring straight into mine.’

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