Miley Cyrus & Cody Simpson Adopt New Puppy Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic
The Hannah Montana star and her Australian singer boyfriend Cody Simpson adopted a rescue pup and named him Bo, short for Rainbow, and after Miley's father Billy Ray Cyrus who was called Bo in high school.
Bo is a rescue from The Wagmor Luxury Spa, Hotel & Rescue in Studio City, California. This is where Miley's other pets were adopted as well.
Miley is joined by many other celebrities who are also fostering or adopting animals during this tough period. She states:
"It's incredibly difficult to make smart decisions while panicking, but think twice before following the fear and being inconsiderate. There is enough to go around if we take care of one another. This is a beautiful time to LEAD!"
The couple is finding peace and happiness as a result of the quarantine. Miley is getting the opportunity to enjoy things she never could before like getting to know her fans through social media.
She has started a Livestream series called Bright Minded. In the show, Miley videocalls other celebrities and has conversations with them live.
Miley's response to COVID-19 has been calm and responsible. She canceled her World Tour Bushfire Relief concert for the victims affected in Australia so she could protect her crew and herself.
Cyrus has been on the frontlines using her platform to implore fans to remain calm and think of others. After canceling the show she committed to donating to the relief of the victims.
After being married to Liam Hemsworth for less than a year the two went their separate ways and it was quite a difficult time in the young songstress's life. She is however happy that it was finally settled.
"I just, I feel like I connected more with the outside world inside than I did on the outside."
Cyrus is imploring fans and everyone to not panic and to not horde food. She has asked everyone to look after each other during this difficult time and care for the next person.
The star is afraid that if people panic buys too much food there won't be anything left for those who will really need it meaning society will have an even bigger problem at hand.