Without a doubt, Corgis are THE most ridiculously cute puppies anywhere.
While this is obvious, is it scientifically possible to determine precisely why it’s true?
Perhaps an examination of the parts — and the sum of the parts — is in order.
I therefore present …
In the”Conga dance” formation, the distinctively long body and drumstick legs are clearly visible.
While one Corgi is good and two are great …
… three or more can melt the heart of the Queen of England herself.
Relative to the rest of the body, the paws are outsized and the legs are short.
Fully 98.9% of human test subjects showed a marked mood improvement when viewing the above picture.
Observation without bias has so far proved impossible. Everybody loves a cute bum.
Exhibit #5: Bellies
Young mammals thrive on physical closeness.
Warm, soft bellies are nature’s way of saying “Come here and gimme some lovin”. The frequent Corgi habit of sleeping on the back allows easy access to the belly.
Self-explanatory. Smiles are universal.
Do Corgis giggle?
Well, what do you think?
The end result is an oftimes uncanny resemblance between the two, in the early months of life.
In the case of Pembrokes, there is often a foxy aspect. And foxes are FOXY. Ergo …
A Corgi pup’s ears are just plain big, relative to the body. The ratio falls squarely in the upper range of the International Goof-o-Meter.
This is perfectly acceptable, even preferable.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi
While some of you may have found this information redundant, to you I say pish posh … when was the last time you had your face puppy-washed?