Watch: Colorado Corgi Shuffles Along Shoveled Snow Path
Colorado's massive storm, Xylia, left a lot of snow and a lot to be desired, especially in the lightheartedness department after the year we've had. Luckily, I'm happy to report that mission accomplished, courtesy of a corgi.
While many Coloradans faced hours of shoveling after Xylia dumped about 2 feet of snow across the Front Range, this corgi came along without a care in the world.
Everybody loves a corgi, and why wouldn't you? They're just so darn cute, these furry goofballs of fun that always seem to have a smile on their face. In this video, though you can't see the corgi smiling, the way that they're shuffling with their little walk, you know that they must be.
Colorado Public Radio posted this video response on Twitter to their own thread about how the weather was affecting Denver.
The snowfall amount in the video looks to be about the height of a corgi, we'll say about 6 or 7 inches. that's the perfect height for a 'hallway of snow,' for this corgi, who I shall call... Mounty.
The website CorgiAdoption.com has a list of reasons why corgis are so popular, including:
- They are a good size for apartments
- They get along great with children
- They are easy to feed since they love to eat.
- ... They are cute.
While watching, get ready for the hard left that Mounty makes, knowing exactly where they and their human are headed. Very, very cute.
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