6/19/11: FINN was found and is now safely HOME!
Click HERE to read his breeder’s post about finding Finn.
Cardigan Welsh Corgi
(“the kind with the tail”!)
Missing since last Saturday, 6/10/11: last seen at 37th and Barton in the neighborhood of West Seattle.
See Craigslist posting HERE.
He is fourteen months old, microchipped and neutered.
Finn’s owner is frantic … please share this with your Corgi contacts.
If found — or if you have any information — please contact Paula: email@example.com, or Kaaren: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 206-851-4558.
** There is a $500 reward. **
I'm passing this on to my husband's cousin who lives in Seattle. I presume by the handsome fella's coat and ears that he's a Cardi, and has a tail? The photo's inconclusive and some people may not know that a brindle is always a Cardi and therefore the tailed sort of Corgi. I know that when I mention corgis my uncorgied friends always think of the tailless sort, because they're used to Amy and her fluffy nub, and are shocked to discover there's a whole different breed of Corgis that come with tails.
I hope Mr Finnegan is on his way to being found!
Laurie Eno / The Daily Corgi says
Thanks much for pointing that out.
I have amended the post to reflect that he's a Cardigan with a tail.
That's important — sometimes I forget not everybody is as Corgi-fied as we are.
Have shared with the dog-owner community in my workplace. Several people have suggested that the owner should contact Missing Pet Partnership for assistance spreading the word.
OMG……please let us know when he's home. I would be so incredibly frantic!!! Poor baby.
Nurse Amy says
I am so sorry for the owner, who I am sure is agonizing over him. Hoping for a happy ending, crossing my fingers and Magic's paws. 🙁
what a gorgeous puppy ! hoping and praying for a reunion of master and pet ! their hearts must be weighing heavy, cried a river of tears. may God help him find his way home !!
Foxy's Mom says
thank goodness he was found. I am interested in how he was found, so we can all learn from the experience.