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SoCal Corgi Beach Day Is Expecting 500 Corgis This Time
Important Announcement: It's almost time for Corgi Beach Day. Corgi Beach Day is a magical event that's exactly what it sounds like: a bunch of people take their corgis to the beach. Then the corgis run around with their short, little legs and frolic along the shore.
The event happens quarterly, and the next one is on April 11 at Huntington Dog Beach. According to their Facebook page, they began in 2012 with only 15 corgi attendees and are now expecting at least 500 corgis at the upcoming event. Previous meet-ups have seen corgi numbers in the 300s. Can your mind even handle how many adorable doggies that is? There will also be a costume contest and a limbo competition.
You could never do this with cats (Photo via SoCal Corgi Beach Day)
SoCal Corgi Beach Day also has a five-star Yelp rating, so you know it's nothing short of respectable.
Many pets required (Photo via SoCal Corgi Beach Day)
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