As Kaley Corgi, woman reporter, I was surfing the web for the best new dog content. What did I find? An article that names the Ten Most Dangerous Dog Breeds based on Biting and Fatality Statistics. I opened the list to see where the fearsome Corgi stood and to my chagrin, we didn’t eevem make the list.
Now I certainly don’t want to kill anyone, but I do like the occasional growl and snap, but what did the Corgis get? Bupkis (please follow the link if you’re not Yiddish-speaking such as moi).
We corgis are too mild mannered for our own good.
These guys made the list.
This is me trying to look like a Mean Girl.
You’ve got to admit, it’s meaner looking than my step-brother Wall-e.
Here’s his attempt at a mean face. Downright embarrassing!!!
If you want to peruse the list — have at it.
Corgi hat tip to the folks at puppytoob.com.
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.
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.