Hello, all. I know this is a post I will probably wind up recieving some negativity from and if I am no longer welcome on the site, I understand.

A lot of you knew me and a lot of you I loved before dropping out of the Corgi world. Ziggy was my whole life, my rock. A lot of people here helped me when I was in a bad spot, whether it was moral support for a relationship that was less than stellar, or financial help when I fell short.

I regret to inform that I wound up surrendering Ziggy to an Oregon based Corgi rescue when I left my relationship and, before I could find employment, he lost weight and seemed sickly beyond belief when I had nowhere to turn-I know a ton of the amazing people from Corgi Nation would keep helping me but felt horrible knowing I was unable to provide bare necessities for my best friend.

I did not have the courage or decency to update. I got lost in my own world and went through a very low point in my life.

It has been a couple years, and though I understand if most are hesistant, did want to let everyone know Ziggy wound up in a happy home with two other Corgis, and I worked hard to right myself.

I have sunce secured my own place and worked very hard to make sure I can maintain myself as well as the creatures I love.

I cleared out my need for codependency, I got a great job, I moved into my own place and am in the middle of purchasing my own vehicle...

And was lucky enough to stumble onto a breeder and another Corgi. I was honest about Ziggy and nearly scared to death I would never be allowed another Corg, but she told me she was willing to give it a shot so long as I swore to do my best and make sure my current was ever in need to get back to her...

So I did, and I really hope to be able to share Nova and her stories with you all in the future. Feeling out the waters to see how it would go as I know it can cause problems for some people and if it will be that big of a concern I would rather leave MyCorgi in peace.

Thank you for all Corgi Nation has done for me and Ziggy.

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Comment by Beth on February 2, 2017 at 8:12pm

Welcome back!   It takes great courage to share ourselves with the world.  You did right by Ziggy by finding him a good home and I wish you love and companionship from your new furry friend.   Can't wait to see pictures and hear stories!  Keep yourself healthy and be well.   

Comment by Bev Levy on February 1, 2017 at 8:06am

You did the best you could at the time. Give yourself a break and move on. Be thankful that you made sure Ziggy was ok. Welcome.

Comment by Beverly Butler Redford & Tucker on January 31, 2017 at 7:56pm

Thank you for an honest and enlightening post. You have clearly been through a very rough patch. You have obviously worked very hard to change your life. You should be congratulated on many levels. Can't wait to see pictures

Comment by Zigward & Kimberly on January 31, 2017 at 5:35am
Wow, thanks everyone for being understanding <3 Dorry it has taken me a few days to get back online, I managed to cut my hand up so badly I needed stitches and it has taken me a bit to adjust to one handed phone usage... I'll be posting pics as soon as I figure out how on my phone either in this thread or on my profile!! Thank you alm again for your understanding... This was definitely has definitely been a tough subject for me and as always, Corgi Nation is kind and accepting <3
Comment by Laura and Tommy Jefferson on January 29, 2017 at 4:12pm

Hey Kimberly! Welcome back! I am glad to hear that things have turned around for you! Looking forward to pics of Nova :)

Comment by Abbey & Anne on January 27, 2017 at 7:40pm

Forgive yourself, move on and be happy. Life sometimes is not easy....glad you have a new pup and that Ziggy has a happy home. Post photis, please.

Comment by Linda on January 27, 2017 at 7:23pm

It must have been very hard on you to give up Ziggy.  When you can barely take care of yourself in such a bad situation as you describe you did the right thing by him.  I am so happy that you are both in a good place now.  Would love to see pics of your new baby Nova.  No judgement from me since I have not walked in your shoes.

Comment by Anna Morelli on January 27, 2017 at 7:12pm

Hi Kimberly, I remember all the drama and how attached you were to Ziggy, I can only imagine how hard it must have been to give him up, but I'm happy both of you are now in a good place in your respective lives. We all make mistakes, that's how we learn best, we just don't want to make the same mistakes.... Welcome back and congratulations on the new pup and finding a good and understanding breeder. Your honesty speaks well of you!

Comment by Rascal on January 27, 2017 at 10:03am

You did right by Ziggy by surrendering him to a rescue rather than a shelter and he ended up with a loving family. Best of luck with Nova and to you.

Comment by Roriann Griffin on January 27, 2017 at 7:58am
I would love to see the new baby. Sometimes you have yo do what you have to do. No harm. New corgi owner here so hope to see Novas experiences

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