From brown bears to eagles, the world can't get enough animal live cams. The most recently released live streaming video, CorgiCam, just may be the cutest yet (although the Golden Retriever and Shiba Inu puppy cams are close contenders).
The two-week-old corgis, born to mother Brinkley, reside at a Californian corgi specialist facility, and The Pet Collective says they will be monitored under veterinarian supervision as they grow.
Beyond CorgiCam, the YouTube channel offers other original content, including "The Unadoptables," a series focused on highlighting the plight of animals in need of a "forever home."
The Pet Collective's Tom Maynard wrote HuffPost in an e-mail, "One of the things we've become very committed to at The Pet Collective is helping dogs, cats and other pets who need homes. We've featured horses, pigs, even chickens who need someone to care for them, and the response has been absolutely great. Our viewers really grasp how important it is to help the animals who need a 'forever home' and to try to do something about pet overpopulation."