Thai Woman Who Ended Up With 12 Corgis By Accident Decides To Open A Cafe That Sparks Joy

The inhabitants of 'Corgi In The Garden' have names such as "Porkchop" and "Bean".

If you love corgis, then you will adore this pet cafe that is home to 12 corgis - 'Corgi In The Garden'

'Corgi In The Garden' opened in Bangkok, Thailand earlier this year and has the funniest origin story

Corgi In The Garden's owner Tanchanok Kanawaong told Bored Panda that she originally just wanted a corgi to replace the void left by her Siberian Huskies and Golden Retrievers.

"When they grew old and passed away, I looked for dogs with similar characteristics, only smaller in size […] and decided to get a baby boy Corgi," Tanchanok explained.

So she bought one corgi, then slowly bought four more, and before she knew it - two of her corgis gave birth to seven puppies.

The stumpy-legged Pembroke Welsh Corgis have names such as "Porkchop", "Babycorn", and "Bean"

Tanchanok told Bored Panda that the corgis are trained by a professional who uses "positive methods" and exercise three times a day to avoid getting fat from all the treats they receive.

The doggos spend six days a week at the cafe, looking cute and performing handshakes for enamoured visitors

Visitors have to pay an entrance fee of THB250 (RM33) which comes with one drink, or THB350 (RM46) for one drink and a dessert.

Each session is limited to a maximum of 50 customers only, on a first come, first served basis. The cafe does not allow reservations.

"The well-being of the corgis has always been our priority, so we've set up some playing rules," said Tanchanok.

Being this cute sure is tiring!

Here's how you can get to these furry friends:

Corgi In The Garden

338/1 Kallapaphruek Road Khwaeng Bang Wa,
Phasicharoen Krung Thep Maha Nakhon,
10160 Bangkok, Thailand.

Operating hours:
12.30pm - 6pm (Tuesday to Friday)
10.30am - 6pm (Saturday and Sunday)
Closed on Mondays

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