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Airport Corgi Comforts Man Who Recently Lost His Own Dog

During a layover at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA), a Welsh corgi named Cora comforted a man whose own dog had died the night before.

Posted by Madison Palm on Friday, February 9, 2018

Cora, an abused rescue dog, is reportedly in training with the American Kennel Club to become a certified support dog.

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[Photo: Instagram/the.corgi.cora]

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CaliforniaSteve February 25, 2018

We lost our 15 year old long haired chihuahua in mid-December. It was pretty devastating right before the holidays. The week after, one of my nieces adopted a Corgi/Spaniel mix and I swear that, other than the sex of the dog, she's frighteningly similar to our little guy, right down to the color and markings. For those of you familiar with Doctor Who, I told my wife (since we baby-sit my niece's two dogs a couple of times a week) that our dog regenerated into her dog. It's helped ease, but not eliminate, the pain of losing our guy.