Mac Miller's dog Myron finds comfort in Ariana Grande

While she has been practically out of sight since Mac Miller's death, Ariana Grande is probably holding on to the last remains of her ex by taking in his dog, Myron


                            Mac Miller's dog Myron finds comfort in Ariana Grande

Mac Miller's death has left a deep impact on pop singer Ariana Grande - so much that the 'No Tears Left to Cry' singer and her fiance, Pete Davidson, skipped the 2018 Emmys Awards, which took place just a few weeks after Miller's death. Now, as a token of memory, Grande is probably taking in Miller's dog, Myron. 

The MTV Music Video Awards winner posted a video on her Instagram account, where Grande is seen snuggling and playing with Myron. Captioning the post as "all the kisses. happy fall", Myron seems to have found comfort in Grande as the pitbull mix licked the singer, while she snuggled the dog. In another video posted the same day, Myron can be seen playing along with Grande's dog Toulouse.



 

The 'Sweetener' singer had also posted three separate images a few days ago of her own dog, Toulouse, who is probably one of the nine rescues which Grande took under her own wings; the other eight being Fawkes, Pignoli, Ophelia, Coco, Sirius, Cinnamon, Strauss, and Lafayette. 



 

Grande and Miller seem to have bonded over the fact that they are both huge dog lovers. Miller had taken in the pitbull mix in 2017 when he and Grande were still together, from Wylder's Holistic Pet Center through The Wagmor, a pet hotel in Los Angeles. Although the couple, Grande and Miller, split ways in May after being together for almost two years, following Miller's death on September 7, Grande certainly seems to have carried forward his memories. Regarding her and Davidson's absence from this years Emmys, a source had told People, "Given the events of the past couple of years, Ariana is going to take some much needed time to heal and mend."



 

Mac Miller was found dead in Studio City, California, on September 7 due to an apparent drug overdose. About three days back, Grande tweeted, "Everything will be okay" which clearly states that the singer is still not over her mourning period, as the word goes, and will take quite some time to get over the past. 

Meanwhile, it is not known if Myron's stay with Grande is permanent, but it's safe to say the doggo's in good hands.