Penni is six, and firmly in charge of her “little” brother Zeb …
… all 150 pounds of him.
“Zeb is a sweetheart” writes Penni P., “and usually lets her do that job without complaint. They love to play together, and their favorite game is Penni chasing Zeb. She can’t seem to catch him because her legs are so much shorter, so she tries to “cut him off at the pass” by cutting through bushes or even under cars! It’s funny to watch. She gets a little frustrated when she can’t catch him.”
“We live on an forty acres in Nebraska, so Penni and Zeb have plenty of room to run. Walks are usually long: up a mile, back a mile!”
“Penni gets along great with kids, so long as they’re at least ten years old. She was never around children growing up, so I have to really watch her around the younger kids. I banish her to our bedroom when we have visitors with little ones!”
“In the evenings, Penni shows her softer side when we sit to watch a little TV. She jumps on the recliner to cuddle with me, and expects to be petted continuously!”
“We got her five years ago, about six months before I found out I had breast cancer, and she stayed right by me throughout my recovery. She followed me around the house and sat with me, never far from my side.”
“Penni was just a year old at the time, and I’m sure that explains our closeness now. I’ve celebrated my five year cancer-free anniversary, and Penni remains my constant shadow!”
“We have a page on MyCorgi.com: http://www.mycorgi.com/profile/BobbiPelo.”
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Penni, you make The Daily Corgi look gooooood!
Way to represent for Nebraska!