"Life isn't long enough to do all you could accomplish. And what a privilege even to be alive. In spite of all the pollutions and horrors, how beautiful this world is.
Supposing you only saw the stars once every year. Think what you would think. The wonder of it!"--Tasha Tudor

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Joy Comes To Reinwood

After a year filled with loss and heartache, I am pleased to announce that Reinwood Corgis has been blessed with a beautiful litter of Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies. Almost a year to the day that we lost our beautiful Bridget, her grand babies were born to her lovely daughter "Cash," Reinwood One For The Money.

These photos were taken this week. They are 4 weeks old here. In the mail that day Mary Elizabeth and I received a notice from the AKC that Bridget had qualified and was invited to enter the Eukanuba Championship show in Orlando, Fl. A bittersweet day. Bridget had won Best of Breed at that show with our friend Joan Scott a few years back. I know that our gorgeous girl is looking down on her grand babies and hopefully has sprinkled them with some of her magic.

Our lovely Cash is out of Bridget (BISS CH. Heronsway Two For The Show) x Gabe (BISS CH. Tallyrand No Greater Love, ROMX).

The stunning sire of these gorgeous babies is "Isaboo" who is CH. Pembury House Be Still My Heart. I just adore Isaboo. He is as loveable as he is beautiful.

Without further ado, here they are, 3 girls and 3 boys, fresh from heaven:



Little Jack




The wee babies are all doing well. They are fat and happy little wiggle butts. Cash, like her mother Bridget before her, is a fantastic mom and loves all of her babies.

Thank you to all of my followers for being patient with me during this hiatus. Your support means more to me than words can express. I love you all. xo xo ♥ Cathy


Anna M said...

So happy for you! It's nice to see such a beautiful litter and the joy in your posting of the pictures.

Suzanne said...

Oh they are all so precious!!! Those little babies will bring such joy for you:-)

Cathy said...

What little darlings! Good job, Cash!

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Congratulations on your new litter. What beautiful little bundles they are! I'm sure their grandma is very proud.

Hoping for a better year for you (and us - we lost 1 Corgi and my 14 year old lab in our own home this spring/summer - and 3 other dogs in our family). It sure makes for some sad days, but we're looking to happier times with our 4 month old Corgi, Tag. Don't know what we'd do without him.

Donna and Tag

Chatty Crone said...

They are sooooooo cute!

Susan said...

Oh my goodness - how absolutely adorable!

Unknown said...

Congratulations! They're beautiful... I think my money's on Rebel.

Rachel said...

Oh Rebel! You slay me with your adorable face. And Picassa, you have a serious face like my Amy did when she was a baby.

So happy, corgi kisses to them all!

Linda said...

so pleased for you, they are grgeous. Lindax

farmlady said...

Life is filled with sadness and loss but if we weather the losses we receive great joy.
Each of these little babies are how JOY comes again.
I'm sure these puppies makes you feel so good inside that you just want to keep them all.
Have fun with them.
This is a joyous occasion. Congratulations. They are just beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Welcome back Cat!!! What cute little fuzzballs of love! Steph

Cathy Santarsiero, "The Christmas Corgi" said...

Thank you all soooo much. xo xo Mike and Deb, I put the wrong names down when you posted your comment. It is Harley that you like. Names have been corrected. xo xo Hugs to all, Love, Cathy

Laurie Eno said...

Wow, what a gorgeous crew!! Congrats.

Debba said...

Adorable puppies! I bet they're even cuter now. How about some updated pics?

Debba & Stella The Fluff

Heather said...

Oooh my goodness! These baby corgis are so adorable! I'm sure they're much bigger now. What sweethearts!

CutiiPromoRO said...

So cute! You must be very happy.

Jorgelina said...

Soooo cute!!