Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner are mourning their beloved dog Waldo Picasso.
The newlyweds debuted matching tattoos of their Alaskan Klee Kai on Instagram Monday, days after Waldo was killed in a hit and run in New York City.
Jonas and Turner both got a portrait of a perky-eared Waldo, which included his different colored eyes, on their inner forearms by New York-based tattoo artist Dragon.
The New York Police Department confirmed to USA TODAY that there was "a motor vehicle collision involving a dog struck at Bowery & Broome Street" last week.
"On Friday, July 26, 2019, a female complainant filed a report stating, on Wednesday, July, 24, 2019, at approximately 2335 hours, a vehicle struck the dog, did not stop and left the scene," the statement reads. "The dog was brought to the hospital where the dog later died."
Although the NYPD couldn't legally name the owners of the canine or who filed the report, a rep for Jonas confirmed the tragic incident to TMZ, calling it "a freak accident."
USA TODAY reached out to Jonas and Turner's reps for comment.
The couple adopted Waldo in April 2018, the brother to their other Alaskan Klee Kai, Porky Basquiat. Jonas affectionately referred to the sibling pups as his "kids," even posing alongside the two dogs in People’s Sexiest Man Alive issue in 2018.
"They live a pretty fabulous life," Jonas told People in November, describing Waldo as easygoing. "They have probably traveled more than most of my friends."
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