Japanese Dog Kabosu (Behind the Doge meme) Is Dead

KingdomTaurusNews.com – The Japanese dog Kabosu, the popular behind the Doge meme, has reportedly died at the age of 18.

Via @kabosumama’s tweet on X Twitter かぼちゃんは今朝、 深い眠りにつきました私に撫でられながら 眠るように そっと逝きました。 かぼちゃんを愛して下さったみなさん、 長い間ありがとうございました。”

Doge is a popular internet meme, featuring an image of a Shiba Inu dog with text in Comic Sans font. These texts usually consist of short phrases showing the dog’s internal monologue, often using unusual grammar and simple vocabulary, such as “such wow”, “much amaze”, and “so scary”. This meme became popular in the early 2010s and remains one of the most iconic memes on the internet.

Shiba Inu dogs originate from Japan. The Shiba Inu is one of the oldest dog breeds and is a type of dog native to Japan that has existed since ancient times. The name “Shiba Inu” literally means “small dog” in Japanese, and the Shiba Inu is known as a tough and agile hunting dog, suitable for hunting in rugged, mountainous areas.


Kabocha is
Today, May 24th
At 7:50 a.m.
I fell into a deep sleep.
Last night as usual
Eat rice
Plenty of water too
I drank it.
From the window
The soft light shines in,
Outside the window
The birds sing
On a beautiful morning,
While I stroke you
Like sleeping
He passed away quietly.
For a long time, Kabocha
To all of you who loved me,
thank you very much.
Kabocha is
The happiest person in the world
I think it was a dog.
And, I
The happiest person in the world
It was the owner.
Kabocha is
Still now
Wagging his tail
Stay close to me
I think they are giving it to us.
And always will be.


Source 1 (Japan)

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