As if we didn't know it already, the Olympics opening ceremony only confirmed it: Corgi-mania is real. And starting today on The Pet Collective — the fastest-growing pet channel on YouTube — corgi lovers can get a dose of corgi cuteness whenever they want it, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on CorgiCam.
The newest offering from The Pet Collective, which is created by FremantleMedia, the company behind American Idol, made its debut today, and offers four tiny, adorable corgi pups (just two weeks old) and their mother, Brinkley, as they grow, play, sleep, eat and discover the world.
Corgis have been hugely popular with The Pet Collective's viewers — though the channel just debuted this spring, its No. 1 video stars "Corgi Rae Jepsen" in a "petody" of the popular "Call Me Maybe" … and when the naughty little corgi Yogi got caught starting an explosive fire, the results set the Internet ablaze, too.
Now, by visiting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zS8QI-j8yb8, pet lovers will be able to see the live streaming of CorgiCam day or night. The corgis, who will be under professional supervision, will grow up right before viewers' eyes. And we welcome you to feature CorgiCam, as well.
Full information about CorgiCam can be found in the attached announcement. If you have any questions about CorgiCam or any programming on The Pet Collective, please do not hesitate to let me know!
Published on Sep 11, 2012