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Photos: Here Are 725 Corgis Playing On The Beach Together
They're at it again. Saturday marked the miraculous, quarterly gathering that is So Cal Corgi Beach Day an event for corgis and corgi-fans alike. NBC LA reports that 725 of these cute, funny little beasts hung out at Huntington Beach, and competed in a best "momo" (corgi butt) and costume contests—not to mention a limbo competition! Can you imagine?
The event raised nearly $1,000 for Queen's Best Stumpy Dog Rescue, an organization that specializes in rescuing corgis and corgi mixes from Southern California shelters.
If you still need to satiate your desire for more cute corgi pictures, here are some more photos from this summer's gathering, and the CBD in spring.
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