Fawn first appeared on The Daily Corgi in June, alongside two other Corgis rescued by Corgi Connection of Kansas at a breeder auction in Missouri. See the story here.
Five year-old Fawn was vetted and placed with fellow fosters Chris and Holly, where she flourished. A short time later two young rescued pups joined the foster home; Sissy and Brother taught Fawn a thing or two about what fun it is to be a loved member of a household.
Fawn wasn’t in foster care very long when the Lippelman family of Missouri found out about her and just knew she was the second Corgi for them. After reviewing their application and doing a home visit via video, CCK agreed: these folks and their Corgi Lucy would be a fine fit for Fawn!
The family came to Kansas to get their unsure little Corgi, knowing they’d need to give her space and time to settle in after the kind of life she’d lived so far. “Fawn is very sweet and loves all of us” they report. “She still stays pretty much in one place in the living room but we’re hoping over time she’ll start venturing out. We still haven’t heard her bark yet, she’s very quiet.”
“She gets along well with our two cats and enjoys the backyard, where she and Lucy chase each other around.”
“Fawn likes playing with toys, tug-of-war with Lucy and stealing her toys. They sleep next to one another. It is cute! We are so blessed she has come into our lives. Fawn is a wonderful dog and a great addition to our family.”
Corgi on, all!
Trinket's mom says
Our Corgi, Trinket, was a puppy mill mom. She stayed in one corner of the family for the first 9 months and eventually moved to a spot in front of the fireplace. That gave her a view of the entire room! She was also quiet for a very long time. It was about a year before she barked. Now she barks when she decides it's dinner. She is still "quirky" but she definitely has decided that she will allow us to be in her Pack!
I love reading about people who open their hearts to Corgis in need. Have a happy life, Fawn.