Is Loca the Pug Dead or Alive? Wiki, Bio, Disorder, Parents, Siblings

Is Loca the Pug Dead or Alive? Wiki and Bio

Loca the Pug was born on 21 June 2009, in Belfast, Northern Ireland, which means that her zodiac sign was Cancer, and her nationality British. She was best known as an internet sensation, and rose to fame thanks to the viral video entitled “Loca the Pug singing……’The pug that couldn’t run”, which has been watched more than 19 million times. However, she had a disorder that caused her death on 18 October 2017.

Net Worth

So just how rich was Loca the Pug? According to authoritative sources, Loca had a net worth of over $100,000, accumulated from her YouTube fame, as her owners uploaded multiple videos of her, that did well among the audience. However, the assets of Loca’s owners haven’t been revealed.

Background

Loca was an adorable puppy that rose to fame on the internet in a short time span. She was a pug, which is considered to be one of cutest dog breeds out there. Information regarding the lives of Loca’s owners hasn’t been revealed, but she seemingly had a beautiful life with them and they loved her very much.

Loca the Pug

Social Media

Being an internet sensation, Loca naturally had accounts on social media such as Twitter and Instagram, managed by her owners, which they used to communicate with her fans as well as to promote her videos. Her Twitter account has 2,500 followers, and her bio on that website says “Hi I’m a special wee pug who loves chicken!. I’m pretty good at singing and I have lots of videos on YouTube – hope you like them :-)”. In addition, many of her fans would often tweet about her, and a large number of them were heartbroken when she passed away..

Instagram

Loca the Pug was also active on Instagram, and her family used that platform to share photos from their private lives, allowing her fans to take a closer look at what’s going on behind the scenes. Some of the latest photos shared on that account include one of Loca, with the caption reading “How I wish it could be Christmas every day!”. The fans seem to have loved the photo, and left many sweet comments. Besides that, her owners shared an adorable photo of their pet, with the caption reading “I am a little discombobulated (the word for the day, which means confused) by how difficult it is to find a year’s supply of cream doughnuts online. I see them in the shops all the time, normally right beside the cheese cakes and apple pastries, but they don’t seem to have them on Amazon……weird.” Loca has also shared a photo of herself and her “mom”, wishing her a happy birthday. However, after Loca’s death, the accounts became inactive.

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I am a little discombobulated (the word for the day, which means confused) by how difficult it is to find a years supply of cream doughnuts online. I see them in the shops all the time, normally right beside the cheese cakes and apple pastries, but they don't seem to have them on Amazon……weird. Anyway a few folk were wondering why, as it's so fecking cold here in Belfast, we were not lying in the sun in good old Casa Blanca. I good question and one I too have asked. The answer is that Mum and Dad became grandparents this year twice over and have taken on the role of child minding while the Mums and Dads are out to work. I'm not really sure why they need all this minding as all they do is cry, eat and shite which is more or less what I do and I can be left on my own all day sometimes. You humans are very needy. Anyhow the deal is 9mths baby sitting then 3 months sunning our arses. The 3 months, however, isn't until next summer when its fecking roasting so my life will consist of freezing all winter and boiling all summer………….. brilliant. #locathepug #stillcantfeckingrun #locathefreezingpug #loca #puglove #pugsofinstagram #pugcalendar #dogcalendar #christmasgifts

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YouTube Videos

Loca made her YouTube debut with the video entitled “Loca the Pug singing……’The pug that couldn’t run’”, in May 2012. The video did well among the audience, and has been watched more than 19 million times, which certainly played a significant role in her family’s finances, as they get paid every time an ad is displayed in their videos. After that, she uploaded videos such as “Loca the pug sings again…………….”Me Da’s great big trike” and “Loca the pug featuring Layla…….”THE RACE”. Continuing to film more videos, she was then featured in “Loca the pug and the story of “There was a young puppy…””, “Loca the pug goes to the vet”, “Loca the pug in ‘SUPERDOGS’ (Part 1)”, “Loca the pug in ‘SUPERDOGS’ (Part 2)” and “Loca the Pug in ‘Life’s great dilemma’”.

Latter Videos

In December 2012, Loca’s family uploaded the video entitled “Loca’s secret friend”, attracting over 200,000 views, and went on to upload “Loca the pug “Babysitting ain’t easy””, which has been watched by more than 570,000 people. After that, they filmed “Loca the Pugs Mum in ‘The Ma that couldn’t ski’”, (200,000 views), and in April 2013, Loca’s family released the video entitled “Loca the Pug “The missing link and the spider”” and followed by uploading “Happy Birthday Canada”.

Overall, Loca’s channel has 24 videos and more than 29 million views. Unfortunately, after Loca’s death, her family naturally stopped uploading videos to her channel.

Amanda Devlin

Amanda Devlin is currently a reporter for AffairPost based in London, United Kingdom. Prior to joining AffairPost in September 2018, she was a entertainment reporter at DailyMail UK. Amanda has also written for TMZ and BuzzFeed. Amanda studied journalism at Cardiff University, graduating in 2010. You can contact her at [email protected] or on Twitter @journodevs

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