Today’s post is a double feature. Two Corgis = twice as nice!
All of Wanda H.’s kids are grown and have kids of their own. When she and her husband decided to get a Corgi, the first one led to the second.
(Hmmm, sounds familiar!)
“Molly turns two tomorrow. She’s a willing lap dog for anybody with a free lap.”
“She enjoys socializing with the neighbors’ pets and horses.”
They come to the fence to greet her!
“Molly likes to bark just to hear herself bark. Sometimes when Ginger scratches herself with her hind leg and makes a thumping noise, Molly will watch and start barking.”
“Her hobbies include playing with her ball, but she doesn’t always like to share it …
… so she’ll hop on the couch and hold it under her chin.”
“Ginger was born on Easter; she’s going on five months now and shows off her butt every chance she gets. Like Molly, she’s very gentle with my grandkids, even though she’s teething like crazy. The baby, at seven months, has his toes licked all the time!”
“When she smiles, Ginger always looks like she’s laughing, which makes us laugh. “
“The Corgis are typical kids. We have raspberry bushes, and they both like to pick them with us, but eat more then they pick. Our family includes two cats, and given the chance Molly and Ginger would have cat a la poop for dessert.”
“If we didn’t have the cats, we’d probably get a third Corgi, but we love our cats too. Like the girls, they’re keepers who aren’t going anywhere.”
“We love our truly spoiled little fur babies!”
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Molly and Ginger, you are sweet!
Welcome to The Daily Corgi!