Hey Corgi Nation — it’s time for an update on Corgi Hero Paige Davis and her fabulous ongoing CorgiPals work for our beloved breeds in need!
Irresistible Thor here was recently adopted out of a Texas shelter, and wasn’t in his new home for long when he slipped out for a little unauthorized excursion and got himself badly banged up. CorgiPals tells the whole story HERE, and provides a way for us to help this rascal get back on track.
Penny made her first Daily Corgi appearance a week ago in a CorgiPals spotlight feature. After chowing down on a tennis ball (they really WILL try anything once won’t they?), Penny had surgery to save her life. Paige has so far reached 70% of goal to pay her bill; your pitch in is welcome too! Click HERE to help!
Have you ever seen a Corgi in a cone this happy? Cone or no cone, Maggie has good reason to celebrate, as the CorgiPals-covered surgery to correct her constant bladder dribble was a SUCCESS!
Born with a rare birth defect that robbed her of her ability to control her urine stream, Maggie’s adoptive parents came to CorgiPals with a plea. Thanks to people who gave what they could (and that doesn’t have to be much!), in just 24 hours the CorgiPals community made a joyous thing happen for Maggie and her family, who updated Paige yesterday on this girl’s progress:
“Maggie is starting to feel better today! Her kennel was dry for the first time in her life this morning! She was even able to go outside to really pee too!! Thank you CorgiPals for your generosity and wonderful love! We couldn’t have done this without you!! We are so very thankful, words cannot express!! She is playful today and really has gotten her “Corgi” on with the other dogs too. They are looking at her and then us, and asking “Where has this dog been? Where’s Maggie?” She is wonderfully full of herself and we’ve never seen her like this before. It is so emotional to watch her start to really play. Wow. Finally. AND … no leaky bottom!!! Thank you again.”
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A great big thanks to all who have contributed to help CorgiPals directly help the dogs in need, and a reminder to all who have given (and will give): CorgiPals has full non-profit status, meaning all donations are 100% tax-deductible.
If you haven’t yet seen all the Corgis Paige has helped since she founded CorgiPals last year, click HERE and feast your eyes on all the happy!