So, I kind of have a corgi. Our veterinarian calls her a 'super corgi' because she looks like one, just... a little bigger. 

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When I went to Tour de Corgi in Civic Center Park this morning, I had two young ladies come up to me and tell me how much they loved my 'tall corgi.' That made my day.

We actually don't know what Bunny is. We got her when I was about to start 10th grade, and we were on the Boulder Humane Society's website. When we saw Bunny's picture, we just had to meet her. She was out in a mobile adoption van in a park downtown and she seemed really sad. So, we took her home.

Ten years later, even though she's constantly ruining my all-black wardrobe with her ever-shedding hair, we're so fortunate to still have her in our lives. This morning, my mom and dad came up to Fort Collins and we took Super Corgi to our first Tour de Corgi.

Let me tell you, if there is one way to just feel happy for a while, it's to surround yourself with corgis. For some people they're like Lays potato chips; they can't have just one. They have like, five -- Queen Elizabeth style.

Tour de Corgi 2016 Photos

*WARNING: Serotonin Levels May Rise Rapidly*