The Pet Collective, a YouTube channel dedicated to “our furry friends and the enriching effect that pets have on our lives,” has launched YouTube’s first ever 24 hour animal stream—The CorgiCam!
The CorgiCam has been streaming live footage of four adorable two-week-old Corgi puppies twenty-four hours a day since Wednesday (aside from a brief meltdown this morning due to some technical issues).
The puppies were born on July 12, 2012. The Pet Collective reports that they don’t have names yes. “Their forever parents will give them names when they go to their forever homes.” The puppies have already been adopted and will be taken to their “forever homes” when they turn eight weeks old.
Viewers can learn more in the FAQ in the description on the YouTube live stream and are invited to join the conversation about the adorable Corgi puppies using the hashtag #corgicam on Twitter.
These Corgi’s may be the first 24-hour live streamed animals on YouTube, but this is definitely not a first for the web. Live video of Shibu Inu Kiko and her pups have garnered millions of Ustream views over the years and millions more tuned in to watch a live stream of a Bald Eagle family in 2011.
Check out the livestream below and let us know what you think. Happy Corgi-ing!
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