The real Dogecoin dog was suffering from a vestibular disease for quite some time but the Shiba Inu is now recovering well. Kabosu, the real Dogecoin dog which popularized the Doge meme, is doing well as we are reading further in our Dogecoin news.
DOGE was voted meme of the decade and it has a cryptocurrency that became extremely popular in the past few years. Kabosu is a superstar mutt behind the popular Internet meme Doge that is now a popular cryptocurrency despite starting as a joke. The dog is recovering from a vestibular disease which is a debilitating condition that affects balance and coordination and can end up badly. The 14-year old pup is a rescue dog which is one of the abandoned dogs when a Japanese puppy mill closed down. Some were killed but Kabosu was happy to be adopted by the 58-year old Atsuka Sato which is a kindergarten teacher in Japan.
She adopted the puppy and is now nursing her back to health and also posts daily updates on the recovery. Sato posted that the pup barked for the first time in a while on Sunday in a video of Kaboso enjoyed a walk but the dog still appeared shaky on her feet. Sato’s blog showed pictures of her rescue animals in order to raise awareness about the dangers of puppy mills and adopted pets. Kabosu hit global fame in 2013 as the face of the DOGE meme and the cryptocurrency Dogecoin. It all started with a Reddit post with an image of a corgi with “LMBO LOOK @ THIS FUKKIN DOGE” but the name became a synonym with funny dog photos and funny phrases.
Over the past ten years, the meme was adopted by everyone from celebrities such as Elon Musk and was also voted the top meme of the decade. It’s been boosted all over the internet on a Twinkie wrapper or Christmas sweaters, you name it. DOGE was adopted by Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus for their joke cryptocurrency back in 2013. Palmer said that he was influenced by a post that extolled the meme as the main example of what makes internet culture awesome.
Palmer became disillusioned with the project but one of the main factors that led him to turn his back on the coin was the lack of support for the trademark of the Dogecoin and the image.
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