Tristan Thompson ''brightened'' up girlfriend Khloe Kardashian with a floral paw tribute for her pet dog Gabbana who died earlier this week.
Tristan Thompson had a paw-shaped flower tribute made in memory of girlfriend Khloe Kardashian's dog Gabbana.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star was left heartbroken after her beloved black Labrador sadly passed earlier this week, and the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player lifted her spirits with the ''thoughtful'' memorial.
Alongside the flowers posted on her Instagram, Khloe wrote: ''Thank you baby for being so thoughtful! This gorgeous arrangement brightened up my day! You are the sweetest my love (sic)''
Khloe previously said she was ''devastated'' by the passing of her canine friend, who was by her side through thick and thin.
She wrote on Instagram: ''Last night my sweet Gabbana passed away ... She was more than a pet. She was my first child, my companion and my friend. She was incredible! She made sure I was never lonely even during lonely times. The house will never be the same. I never thought I would be this devastated over losing a dog but 14 years, is a long time together. She filled a significant role in my life and I'm forever grateful. I love you Goober!! I'll remember you always! (sic)''
Following the post, the 33-year-old television personality - who is expecting her first child with Tristan - took to Twitter to thank her fans for their kind messages of support.
She added in the tweet: ''Thank you for being so loving and kind in regards to Gabbana! It's been such a sad night and an even sadder day. Thank you for the love.''
Meanwhile, it has been a tough time for Khloé as she previously admitted that her pregnancy is both ''physically and mentally trying''.
She explained: ''Having a partner that is equally as excited as you are, and is such a support system, is crucial!
''Tristan has been an angel to me! This process is trying - physically and mentally - but Tristan has made everything as easy and beautiful as it can be! More than I could have imagined.''