Cooper. Female. Pitbull/terrier mix. 18lbs. 5 months old. Dogs. Kids. Cats. Birds.
Yes, everyone is special in their own right. Absolutely. But when we say HOLY SMOKES where did you come from?! We mean it like the greatness of pizza, or ice cream… something immensely, outstanding. Cooper. Is. One. In. A. Million. First off, land seal goes miniature? Yes. Yes, storybooks we have a new type of hero. When you see her in real life… 1. You shriek and gasp and “omg, what is sheeeeeee.” Because she brings a new meaning to pocket pitty and we are all over it, of course she’s mixed with something else most likely small terrier life. 2. Her character needs to cloned to bring world peace. She’s tiny, a little shy, flirtatious, tough, a survivor, a warrior Princess, intelligent, gentle, an old soul, a love like no other. 3. She’s pure magic. If you’re looking for Magic. SHE IS IT.
She came from neglect yet doesn’t question her past for a nanosecond. Infections galore from being kept in your own feces and urine? She made the best of it with a smile on her face. Butchered ears with something more dull than fisher price scissors, and yet she made the best of it with a smile on her face. Her physical is healing daily. Her internal light was never remotely dimmed. This tiny badass beauty is legit everything and everything she does is perfection. She’s definitely not from this planet and we can all become better individuals by having her grace us with her powers.
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