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July 27, 2020

See How Coco Austin's Dogs Disrupted Her Chill Time at Home in a New Photo

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Ice-T’s wife, Coco Austin, recently shared a photo with her dogs interrupting her alone time: “They always want to play on you and always want your attention.”

Perhaps all dog owners can agree that most dogs demand attention often, which is precisely what Coco Austin shared in her new Instagram photo.

Ice-T’s wife posted a picture where she's comfortably lounging on her couch while her two dogs stood on her legs and looked at the camera.

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AUSTIN’S DOGS

Austin shared that her dogs are often actively playing around and want her to mind them or play with them as well. She wrote:

“Who eles’s [sic] dogs dont let you chill.”

Austin has been a dog lover for years with several bulldogs under her care. In 2016, she mourned the loss of her 1st baby with Ice-T, Spartacus.

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SAYING GOODBYE TO SPARTACUS

Spartacus played a significant role in the couple’s life and often appeared on red carpet events and Instagram photos with his parents.

His symptoms gradually progressed to pain and shortness of breath until he had pneumonia on both lungs and was unable to talk.

Their dog gave birth to Maximus who is also under the care of the celebrity duo. When the couple’s daughter, Chanel was born, Spartacus played the role of an older brother.

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COCO’S FATHER GETS COVID-19

Recently, Austin’s father was diagnosed with coronavirus but returned home after being in the hospital for almost one month.

The model-actress often gave updates about her father’s health condition after she revealed his illness to the public.

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AUSTIN TALKS ABOUT HIS DIAGNOSIS

During an interview, Austin revealed that her father initially brushed off the symptoms and waited nine days before consulting a doctor.

His symptoms gradually progressed to pain and shortness of breath until he had pneumonia on both lungs and was unable to talk.

His condition made him feel hopeless at some point, not even wanting to use his phone or text family because of the frustration. However, Austin had to stay strong and positive for her father and family despite how the situation attacked.

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