This breaking news just in from Corgi Connection of Kansas correspondent Benny Corgipants.
Benny reports there is a sweetheart of a Corgi (or is that a Corgi he’s sweet on?) looking for a new home through Corgi Connection of Kansas. “Her name is Rosie” says Benny, “and she has the cutest red hair.”
“Rosie is a worldly young Corgi, having already traveled several states. Her adventures began in Indiana, where she was living in some not-so-nice conditions. Her owners listed her on an ad and a very nice family took her. The family said they just wanted to get her out of the place she was living, but couldn’t keep her.”
“They said Rosie had worms, but I don’t know why because Rosie doesn’t fish. Anyway, this family was very nice to Rosie and got her some shots to get rid of those worms. Guess they didn’t want to go fishing either. After the worms left, the family thought Rosie was going to have puppies. Since they didn’t plan to keep her anyway, they put her on a website to find her another new home.”
“Corgi Connection of Kansas saw the listing and lo and behold, they just happen to have a really cool volunteer in Indianapolis by the name of Julie! I know Julie pretty well. She’s sent me some really cool stuff, e-mails me on the regular, just loves my cute butt and … oh yeah … OK, back to Rosie.”
“So anyway, Julie agreed to get Rosie from the family and foster her until CCK could get her all the way to Kansas, but Rosie had a different idea. Not so long after Julie got Rosie from the nice family, Rosie had two puppies! A boy and a girl.”
“Julie is a pretty busy gal, working and helping with other rescues, and the puppies needed some extra help — along with their mom. So Julie drove ALL THE WAY from Indianapolis to Kansas, just so Rosie and those babies could go to a new foster home. Patty and Lynn, Corgi Connection foster moms, took Rosie and the pups into their home, just like they belonged there. Just like Mommapants did with me.”
“Rosie has been a VERY good mom to those puppies, but now it’s time for her to find her own home because the puppies will soon be getting their own furr-ever homes.”
“This beautiful girl is house-trained, very friendly and loves to cuddle (tee-hee-hee). So if you would like to give Rosie a home of her own, visit the Corgi Connection of Kansas website and fill out an on-line application: www.corgiconnection.com. The pups will be up for adoption too; you can apply to give them happy ever after homes the same way, by visiting the CCK website. Their photos may not be in the “available for adoption page”, but don’t let that stop you from applying.”
Now it’s over to you, Daily Corgi, for the rest of the report. Signing off with bacon breath, your intrepid cub reporter Benny Corgipants.”
Rosie is about three years old and very petite. She has been fully vaccinated, heartworm tested, put on preventative and will be microchipped. She will be spayed shortly after the puppies are weaned this week. Once she’s made a full recovery from her spay, she will be ready for her adoption; probably in about two weeks.
CCK does adopt out of state but will not fly the dog unless accompanied by a passenger. As Benny mentioned, if you’re interested in this little redhead, please submit an application through the website.
This has been a CCK report via The Daily Corgi network.