Cupcake Her legs were bowed and twisted out because she was born with a handicap. Her back legs were twisted as well, but happily they uncurled. Cupcake was taken in by Genia Kay Meyer when she was five weeks old. She and her husband, Tim, became her guardians and would bottle-feed her at all hours of the day and night.
Cupcake, on the other hand, has a third carer, albeit this bone isn’t one you’d anticipate.
Meyer’s dog, Bo, was enthralled by Cupcake and began to keep an eye out for her. The two are becoming increasingly close, and Bo is now by her side 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Bo would clean all the milk off Cupcake’s face and prepare her as if she were his baby when she first arrived and began drinking from her bottle.
Bo was supposed to be Tim’s new livestock dogs, but he became sick every time he rode in the truck.
Despite the fact that Bo is unsuitable for the role of bulldog, he must have established his objective. Bo and Cupcake enjoy cuddling and playing together. Bo is a formidable opponent for Cupcake.
Meyer is now raising chaebols in preparation for a procedure that may or may not be applicable to cupcakes. Her tendons may be appropriate for cutting and repair, but her family will need to consult strangers to figure out how to do so in a fashionable manner.
In any case, Bo and Cupcake are making the most of the time they have together, and Cupcake’s owners are doing everything they can to provide her with the best quality of life possible while she is with them.