Instagram isn’t just for celebrities like Taylor Swift or Selena Gomez. Ever wonder why? Because these days, dogs have been taking over the platform, sharing their cute and adorable daily to-dos to the whole world.
Are you familiar with Boo the Pomeranian? He and his other companion Buddy became internet stars in the year 2009. Boo became famous because of his fondness for wearing outfits that would make him look more charming. But then, sad news came as his memorable life ended in the year 2017.
Nobody can ever take Boo’s place, especially that his cuteness made many people giggle and smile. But we can’t also stop ourselves from admiring pets other than him.
A two-year-old toller named Milo seized the hearts of his growing followers on his Instagram account.
He wasn’t just a part of the Instagram community, for he also has his channel on Youtube named Drooling for Treats. Both he and his owner are in the kitchen cooking yummy goodies for dogs like him.
Jenn Bennet, who happens to be Milo’s fur mom, told her dog’s internet success story in the show Good Morning America. People loved Milo for his characteristics- being independent, entertaining, and affectionate. He knows how to appreciate little things, like how he gives someone a peck on the lips as a sign of thank you while he’s eating.
Besides having fun in the kitchen (as seen in his Youtube channel), Milo also assists his mom with her garden works.
His owner was amazed by the toller’s actions every time he’s around Jenn’s increasing number of monarch butterflies. Milo is seen as being gentle and good with the beautiful insects.
Jenn further added that Milo watches the insects flap their wings, sometimes go near them while they’re resting on a flower. He doesn’t chase the butterflies or even push them to play with him.
A lot of people admired Milo for doing such actions towards the insects. His Instagram fans also started growing even more.
Something profound lies in seeing a lad act so careful towards these beautiful butterflies. It feels like it’s a reminder that life would be more attractive if we just coexist with others.
Moreover, it can also serve as a notice that we should now start supporting and taking care of the monarch populace and our wildlife. This is to prevent climate catastrophes from further destroying the entire animal race.
Source: milo_the_toller on Instagram