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Beautiful Kiki was born in Riverside, California on January 6th, 2005.

“We met her at six weeks” says Mom Cynthia, “but they didn’t allow her to come home with us until she was nine weeks.”

“Our girls were still in high school and Kiki came to school every day to pick up her “sisters”.

“When she was three, we had a family vacation to Missouri. Kiki was a good traveler and made friends at every rest stop.”


She appeared in the Daily Corgi 2011 Calendar.

“Kiki has been the muse for many artists! She has been drawn by the famous Filipina artist May Ann Licudine (MALL), Justine Schneider, Massimiliano Alioto, and Long Beach artist Jenny Nguyen.”

by Justine Schneider

by Jenny Nguyen

by Massimiliano Alioto

by Jenny Nguyen

by MALL (May Ann Licudine)

“I have a tattoo of Kiki done by Brandon Flores of Outer Limits Tattoos.”

“We started going to the So Cal Corgi Beach Day events in Spring of 2014.”

“She was an active participant in the costume contests and eating contests but only won once, in the summer 2016 watermelon eating contest.”

Video HERE.

“She got the winner’s trophy and a prize basket!”

“When we first met Supercorgi Jo Jo early in our visits to So Cal Corgi Beach Day, he fast became her best friend there. They’ve had many adventures together!”

With Jojo and Jojo’s Mom Josephine.

“Kiki’s “race” at the first Santa Anita Corgi Nationals Race this Spring was in the senior division. She came in 4th after being coaxed over the finish line.”

Video of the race HERE.

The merriest kind of Corgmas!

“Kiki has also participated in the last four Belmont Shore Christmas Parades.”

That happy smile. Priceless!

Kiki and Mr. Pickles

Kiki has so many friends through her Instagram account (@kiki.bee.corgi) and from meeting lots of people at So Cal Corgi Beach Day events.

“People always want to pet her and take pictures of her. She smiles at them and it must melt their hearts.”

“Kiki is well loved by many people.”

“Unfortunately, late September this year, Kiki was diagnosed with lymphoma.”

“She started chemotherapy at the Veterinary Cancer Center of Orange County in Tustin, California. They have been so kind and supportive.”

With her specially made blanket from Snugs & Cuds, made in honor of the founder’s Corgi Ginger, who had cancer treatments at the same office.

“Kiki had weekly treatments until December first, when they changed to every two weeks.

These were stopped the week before Christmas when we found a cancerous mass in her stomach and enlarged lymph nodes in her abdomen, indicating she had come out of remission.

Right now we are in waiting mode, as there is no treatment.”

“I don’t know how much longer we have with her but we will love her while she is still with us.”

Happy Birthday, Kiki!



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Let there be light!

And Corgis too.

Adventure Corgis






Part of the Stumpy Brigade on Instagram


Jasper Islington


Abby Dabby Doo

Buttons Matilda

Piper Grace


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Seventeen disapproving Corgis, four who have no idea what’s going on, and the happiest little reindeer this side of the North Pole.

Wyot is having an elfin’ good time!

(Or not).


Lily didn’t cotton well to this, but her family thought she was adorable. (Hard to disagree!)



Zapho as Max from The Grinch

Kris writes: “Jesse disapproves of my Hawaiian ugly Christmas shirt. Barked and ran when he first saw it.”

Miss Ellie


Only a Corgi could make antlers look this good!


Crosbie and Carmel

Tony Stark

Murphy is going places in those camouflage antlers!

Butterz and Billie


(Also Bruni, Mama, Stinker)

Not all elves are happy-go-lucky. Jemma is more of a bah humbug elf.






(Oh that face!)

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On Christmas Eve, the Corgis (and even some cats) feel that something is up.

They know they’ve been good (or tried real hard) all year long. And they’ll be darned if Santa’s going to fly right past their homes!

So they’re watching.

And they’re waiting.

Some of them are even sleeping right under the tree to make sure Santa doesn’t miss ’em!

Tough job, but somebody’s gotta do it.

Corgi On, kiddos …




Sweet George, 13.5 years old, under the tree!

Bentley likes to remind his Mom that he is a gift.






Queenie and Flo the cat


Beau is dreaming about what Santa’s going to bring him because he’s been a good boy!


Luna Fluffgood



(Handsome and he knows it).


Basil in his ugly Christmas sweater.


Marylee W  writes: “This is my sweet Bailey. She went to The Bridge in September, but my girl loved to get under that tree. The minute the skirt was down she was in there fluffing a spot for herself. Rough Christmas but beautiful memories.”

Tucker and Tate


Allie K.




Luna Lovegood


Pebbles The Tiny Corgi


Izzy does Santa sentry at the front gate. Serious business afoot.

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