TikTok has its fair share of celebrities that are humans and even animals. For example, one particular animal you may have heard and seen on TikTok was George the monkey. George the monkey had millions of fans around the world that enjoyed his TikTok videos.

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A Texas family is currently dealing with heavy hearts over the loss of their monkey Georgie boy. But they're not the only ones hurting and suffering. Tons of fans all around the world are mourning the loss of Georgie boy after hearing the sad news about his passing.

Apparently George the monkey had gone in for a regular dental check-up at the vet's office. During George's dental procedure there were complications with the anesthesia that left the cute monkey fighting for his life. Through his fight, Georgie Boy had thousands of fans wishing for recovery and sending prayers.

But on June 7, George's parents in Texas announced the tragic news about Georgie Boy's passing. Now there are some people who are clueless about who Georgie Boy is. If you don't have TikTok, just check out the compilation video from his YouTube channel HeresYourMonkeyContent above.

Some of Georgie Boy's fans would send him little knick-knacks to open for TikTok users to see. He received lots of gifts from all sorts of TikTok users who adored this Texas pet monkey. The family of Georgie Boy still has plenty of unreleased videos of him that need some editing before sharing (reference above). So TikTok users can still look forward to seeing the late Georgie Boy on TikTok.

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