Me and Pets

Call me silly or call me Kaley,  I’ve never been a big fan of the concept of “pets” and especially my being one.   I admired the ape Caesar in the “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”, when while being led by a collar and a leash by his supposed human (I say supposed since it was James Franco), he sees a dog being led by a leash and a collar and asks his human with disdain, “Am I a pet?”.

I feel that way, in spades.  I am an intelligent companion to my humans.  Treating dogs as pets leads to the type of behavior that happened here this morning.

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That horror is my step-brother Wall-e dressed as a taco.  I, too, was made to wear the  humiliating costume of an alligator.  True to my costume I tried to bite mom for the outrage.

This where I become a hypocrite, though.  I have finally found an animal so cute that I want one for a pet.  The critter is so cute that it makes me go awwwwww, the way folks do when they see me.

It’s a geep.  That means its mama is a sheep and papa is a goat.

With its  proud mama.

So help me get a pet geep — let’s hit twitter with the hash tag #kaleyneedsageep


Kaley Corgi hat tip to Mashable for original story and video.

I’m a dog, you’re human — back off!

I ran across this as I was surfing the web.

All I can say is I like my humans, okay.  They’re not a bad bunch, but definitely if they were to try this with me — what this dude is doing to his poor horse, someone’s going to lose a finger!



Being a Fluffy

Shall we call a spade, a spade?  I am a fluffy corgi.  That means I am furry, fuzzy, hairy, long-haired.



Basically, this song is the story of my life

Gimme head with hair
Long beautiful hair
Shining, gleaming,
Streaming, flaxen, waxen

Give me down to there hair
Shoulder length or longer
Here baby, there mama
Everywhere daddy daddy

Hair, hair, hair, hair, hair, hair, hair
Flow it, show it
Long as God can grow it
My hair


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Do I like being a fluffy?  Of course,  I’m beautiful.

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Do I shed?  Of course.

The funny part is that the older I get the fluffier I get.  I used to have a little pink tummy.

Now I have fur.

The next few are a little cheesecake.  Corgi boys, these next three are NSFW.




I have a shapely ankle, but it’s covered with fur.  I have sympathy for Clydesdales.



You ask are there any disadvantages to being a fluffy?

Well, yes — discrimination.


Can you believe this beautiful coat could be called “a very serious coat fault for the show ring”?

“Fluffies should not be bred”.  give me a break Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America, Inc!



The End