First, I want to thank my colleague Amy for finding this special birthday card in a gift shop and buying it for me a while ago. Now, I must dutifully re-gift this Corgi card to none other than ilovecorgis.com CEO (see how effectively I can suck up to the boss!) Bling on her 9th birthday.
Now turning 9 this month means that Bling is officially considered a senior dog. According to the vet, at 13, she’ll be a geriatric dog. Fortunately, she’s still going strong and the Board of Directors at ilovecorgis.com better not even think about offering her early retirement.
I’ve done a little bit of research into Paper Russells, the company that made this spectacular birthday card. You can purchase one (or more) here. And no, ilovecorgis.com does not get any commission for the purchase. The joy of imparting happiness to another Corgi owner with said birthday card is payment enough!
But wait! Additional Corgi cards and other paraphernalia are available!
What about a set of box notes featuring a lounging Corgi:
Lounging on a red chair is Bling’s modus operandi, as discussed in a prior post. Or perhaps, my favorite (and soon to be purchased) knick knack:
There’s something about the crown, cape and royal pillow that this Corgi sits upon that fits perfectly for Bling and all other Corgis. The Corgi attitude is captured perfectly! Paper Russells, you make Hallmark look like some amateur hour arts and crafts gig, and your keen awareness to the Corgi market has not gone unnoticed. In fact, here are all the Corgi results on their webpage, enjoy!