How can you waste sequins on a dumb tree when a Corgi can wear them? (NOTE: we don’t dress Corgis at our house. She did this herself.. well.. OK… we confess a treat was somewhat involved…)
You asked if our corgis’ feets smell like cornchips. The answer is yes.
Cornchip feet stacking challenge.
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Drift and Tess today after a heavy duty play session. Lots of running and barking and running and… yeah, there was some barking! ;)
This is interesting! You can see the differences in faces in the two sexes (or maybe I’m just seeing it because I know the corgs!). Drift definitely has a bigger head with a pronounced broader snout, and Tess is perfectly triangle with her dainty lady snout. Drift’s copper colors… wow. What a dapper boy!
BOTH ARE RIDICULOUSLY PRETTY
Tommy the giant corgi and our new kitten Jill are pretty much best friends now. Tommy is 12 years old, but having a young, playful pal around has turned him into a puppy again.
Tommy the giant mutant Cardigan corgi loves our new kitten. They hang out like this all the time. See more corgi/cat love here on Jill’s Catblr.
I had a painting commissioned of Waffles wearing armor. Now she’s a brave fairy mount! Painting by the super talented, Grant Searcey (http://www.grantsearcey.com/)
ATTENTION ALL CORGS! I am beginning my quest to find litter mates of my corgi Ollie. I have actually seen litter mates meeting coincidentally at meet ups and corgi picnics, and I always wish it was me! To see Ollie’s biological siblings full grown would be amazing! I got her from Lee English in Lecanto, Florida (corgi lady). Ollie was born June 4th, 2012 (Snoopy was her dad Heidi was her mom). There was a brindle male, black and white male, red and white male, rose colored male, brown spotted male, red merle female (Ollie) and blue merle female.
If you have any leads email me :) firstname.lastname@example.org
…I’m not the only crazy corgi loving mom would wonders about my fur baby’s corgi family…right?
Tess: Tug tug tug! :D
She’s one flashy girl!