800 Corgis Took Over A Beach In California This Weekend

And it was pure, adorable chaos.

What do you get when more than 800 corgis invade one beach for a day?

For starters, you get 800 wiggling corgi butts. Just imagine this, multiplied by 800:

You also get 3,200 adorably stumpy corgi legs, 500 pounds of dog food donated to Queen's Best Stumpy Dog Rescue and one hell of a party.

This past Saturday, more than 800 of the aww-dorable dogs (and their owners) flocked to Long Beach, California, for the Summer So Cal Corgi Beach Day, leaving their previous record of 634 corgis, set in April of this year, in the dust.

Beyond Natural Pet Food agreed to donate one pound of dog food to the charity for every photo shared with the hashtag "#CorgiBeachDay," up to 500 pounds.

It was the tenth such gathering for the group of corgi lovers, which has held the beach day on a quarterly basis since 2012. Only 15 corgis attended the first gathering, reports LAist, and the event has grown significantly since then.

You can’t help but smile,” attendee Sean Boyd told the Long Beach Press-Telegram, chaperoned by his own corgi, Walter.

Check out photos from the So Cal Corgi Beach Day:

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