1000 pounds. Sisters fans are concerned for a family member as Tammy Slaton shares ‘dangerous’ new photos after tragic loss
TAMMY Slaton has been criticized for putting a close member of her family in extreme danger.
The 1000 pound. The sisters star had her lover wandering dangerously close to an open flame.
In a video posted to her Instagram, Tammy, 36, shared video of a roaring fire pit outside.
Large chunks of wood lay in the center of a hearth, burning and crackling.
As the flames rose skyward, fans noticed that Tammy’s dog got way too close to the open fire.
“Relaxing by the fire with family,” she captioned the photos.
But the fans didn’t react, especially as the dog sniffed closer and closer to the fire.
“Be careful the dog doesn’t get burned!!” one person pleaded. “He’s close to the fire!!”
Another added: “Get that poor dog away from the fire!”
While a third yelled, “Tell the dog don’t get too close!”
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So many followers expressed their concern that Tammy’s half-sister, Amanda Halterman, had to step in in her defense.
“She was walking by when Tammy took the picture,” explained Amanda, 42.
Meanwhile, Tammy’s sister Amy shared the devastating news last year that her own dog had died at the age of 22.
Amy posted a sweet snap of the Chihuahua on her Instagram and revealed the death of their family pet in the caption.
In the photo, the pup could be seen staring straight at the camera while sitting on a fluffy cushion on the couch.
The reality star wrote: “Rip a little bit.
“I love you so much 2000-2022.”
Fans of the 1000-pound Sisters expressed their condolences in the comments section and told Amy how sorry they were for the loss of her and her family.
One wrote: “Omg no. I’m so sorry RIP.”
Another said: “Wow 22! What a great life you gave her!
“I’m sorry for your loss.”
A third commented: “Oh no not a cute little bit!
“She definitely lived a long loving life that you gave her and now she will be your guardian angel forever!”
Others wondered how the dog died and asked Amy for more details.
Responding to a fan, she shared, “We took her to the vet five days ago as we thought it was allergies.”
“He did X-rays and blood tests to find out she had bad lung cancer.”
Amy added that Little Bit was medicated for the last few days of her life before she passed away.