In April 2010, we got our beautiful, red and white fluffy boy (b. 1/1/10), Jon Farleigh (Old English meaning Jon from the bull pasture), from a wonderful breeder in North Carolina.
My husband and I had such a hard time choosing just one Cardigan that three months later, we brought home our stunning, brindle-pointed blue merle boy (b. 2/12/10), Dewi Vaughn (Welsh meaning Little Davey), from a wonderful breeder in Maryland.
The Cardi boys have blessed my animal-friendly household tremendously.
My personal blog - The Chronicles of Cardigan
and I can't not mention the...
tuxedo cat, Lulabelle (3); tortoiseshell cat, Eva (6); and tabby cat, Tigger (11) (all girls, rescued from the side of various roads)
"I am over here for the first time in several months, looking for a photo of Jon Farleigh and Dewi, and I happened upon this. :( I don't have any stories to tell or experience to offer, but wanted to tell you that I am SO SO sorry this…"
"I Corgis could talk:
That St Patty's parade was awful tiring my dear. All of the hiking and all of the petting of the wee lads. I think I will hoist a pint and call it a day. You will always be me darling. Thanks be to St Patty."
I saw a puppy pic of JF and wow it was so obvious that he was a fluffy. Raife also has wavy fur, but it's easier to see it when it's wet. It looks like it's been crimped when it's wet. Raife seems to be on the medium fluffy side, but I guess it really is too early to tell...He's got fur boots on his legs, that fur is so thick, but that is probably puppy coat. I posted the pics that you can see his back pretty clearly? We think that will be his main color =)