Meet Raleigh. She’s a rescued Corgi living in New Bern, North Carolina with her humans, the Walsh family. (Yes, they are HER humans. Don’t ask silly questions).
Mom Patti writes: “Raleigh will smile whenever my autistic daughter tells her to smile.” Corgis rarely do anything Corgis don’t want to do, and smiling on demand is a pretty neat trick. High five, miss bright eyes!
(Raleigh making it look easy peasy lemon squeezey).
Yesterday afternoon at 4:00, Raleigh decided it was time for Patti to quit sewing and take her nap. So this clever Pemmie turned off the power strip and parked herself underneath Mom’s sewing cabinet.
At 4:00 on the nose. The usual time.
Yep, it was Corgi o’ clock. Consider yourself schooled.