If the felines of November Hill are featured then you know what has to come next - Corgis!
have 12-year old Kyra and almost-2-year old Bear. Bear came to live
with us as a puppy, about nine months after we said goodbye to Kyra's
litter mate brother Chase, who died of a cancerous tumor.
was a loyal, sweet boy who loved to play fetch. Kyra had never lived
without him, and she grieved for several months after his death. She
also developed a severe skin allergy that took a lot of effort to figure
out - and I feel certain part of it was her sadness over losing her
The day Bear came home to November
Hill, I took the crate he was in and set it down in front of Kyra. She
needed to meet him first and I held my breath hoping that it would be a
good thing that we had brought home a puppy. She took one sniff and her
entire Corgi butt began to wag. Bear has been the best thing ever for
Kyra - in a few minute's time she got her spirit back, and her spunk and
the two of them have been best buddies ever since.
was and is smart enough to know that Kyra is the Queen, but he was and
is spunky enough to test her just the right amount to keep her on her
Here they are doing yoga together:
And playing Corgi tag:
It's hard to believe that that cute little puppy is now all grown up:
The thing about Bear Corgi is that he is EVERYwhere:
He's always coming to see what's going on:
Or digging someplace he's not supposed to be:
Which is probably why he almost always has a slightly guilty expression on his face.
Kyra says there are more pictures of the Wild Nosy Banshee because she is a Corgi Who Minds Her Own Business.
But those who live with her know that she gets involved in EVERY
conversation that goes on between Bear and the Five Aforementioned
There are good reasons behind the nicknames Ka-bear and Kyra Crotchet. :)