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Andy Cohen Opens up About Self-Quarantining Away From Wacha, Who Is in CT: "Miss You"

The Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen host is missing his beloved pup from a more-than-social distance. 

By Abby Feiner
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After recovering from coronavirus (COVID-19), Andy Cohen has been staying put with his son, Ben, at their apartment in New York City's West Village neighborhood. However, the Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen host's beloved dog, Wacha, is residing in Connecticut until the pandemic ends. 

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In a photo posted to Wacha's official Instagram account with the caption, "Rainy day in CT," the dog stands behind its bed while staring out the window looking outside. Back at home, Andy commented on the post: "Miss you!"

Luckily, the pooch has experienced good weather as well. In an April 7 post captioned, "Waiting this out in Connecticut," Wacha is seen basking in the sun on a deck overlooking the water. 

While it's unclear from the posts whose house Wacha is currently residing at, several commenters chimed in to ask if the home belonged to Andy's good pal Anderson Cooper, who has a house in Bantam, CT. 

Andy, meanwhile, has been spending his time in self-isolation hard at work in his unique home office, watching TV from his two cozy setups, and trying on clothes in his lavish closet. 

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Rainy day in CT 🐾

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Waiting this out in Connecticut 🐾 ☀️

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While it seems the rescue dog is enjoying his time in Connecticut, his presence is likely also missed by Ben. As Andy noted last year, "Ben is fascinated by Wacha." It seems the feeling is mutual, as several photos shared to Wacha's Instagram account show the animal sweetly hovering over Ben. While one post joked that Wacha was on "diaper patrol," another exclaimed: "Checking on my little brother!" 

For the latest, most accurate information on the coronavirus pandemic, go to the World Health Organization (WHO) website.

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