Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
LSU's live mascot Mike VI is now in hospice care and will no longer be out in his yard, LSU announced on Mike's official Twitter account Monday morning.

Last week, LSU vet David Baker announced that cancer inside Mike VI's body has spread.
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I miss him already.
Reply54 months
& some people hate OBAMACARE
Reply54 months
Euthanize the fella, end his ailing and stop wasting money. frick!!!
Reply54 months
Just put him down already.
Reply54 months
Please keep him comfortable and happy as he can be. Forever Mike VI.
Reply54 months
god I hate to see this. even though it has not happened, my condolences to LSU.
Reply54 months
Feels like losIng a member of the family...... love that big cat!!!
Reply54 months
Just passed his habitat walking to class and got chills when i saw people dropping off flowers, cards, balloons, etc. and wishing their best for Mike. Proud to be a Tiger
Reply54 months
Thank you Mike. You have enriched my life. I will forever remember going to your magnificent house when I had the chance to come to town and watching you walk around it so majestically. I will forever remember those amazing pictures of you interacting with kids and Coach Miles. Despite your size i think you thought you were a jsut little kitty. You represented LSU well. I hope we made your life good, thought too short it was. You will never be replaced or forgotten. God speed and enjoy playing with the other Mikes.
Reply54 months
Took my son to see him Saturday...Mike was napping in the shade. Cancer sucks!
Reply54 months
Took my son out there yesterday
54 months
I see news every day of people being killed for pointless reasons, and I guess I am just desensitized to it, but for some reason Mike going through this makes me so upset. Cancer is a fricking bitch.
Reply54 months
2016 - the year of complete and utter suckage. Wish you well big fella. Thank you for being our Tiger!
Reply54 months
Love me some Mike!!!!!
Reply54 months
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