Woman Who Held Up Sign at a Nationally Televised Baseball Game Gets Her Dream Dog


Lucy the Corgi poses with her new family, Joe Onofrio and Katie Castan.
Photo by JILL TOYOSHIBA/THE KANSAS CITY STAR

Last week, TV viewers watching the American League Wild Card Game in Kansas City saw a young woman holding up a strange sign in the crowd. The sign featured a photo of a crown-wearing Corgi and said, “If we win he’s buying me a puppy!” with an arrow pointing to the man next to her.

Well, the Royals did win the game, so folks wanted to know if the woman got her puppy. A story in the Kansas City Star tracked the couple down, got their story, and met their new pooch. Katie Castan and her boyfriend, Joe Onofrio, did get a dog, but they didn’t buy one. Instead, they adopted a four-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi named Lucy. How they came to know Lucy is a story in itself. . .

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One thought on “Woman Who Held Up Sign at a Nationally Televised Baseball Game Gets Her Dream Dog”

  1. It’s a really funny story. I also would do all my best to get the thing I wanted. I’m not a huge fan of baseball but I really like football. I often watch interesting matches. I also like to listen to music and play video games. My favourite one is FIFA. And I create the team of my dream even more often in FIFA. I have never purchased any loot boxes but I heard a lot about them. I even read an opinion that loot boxes could be something like gambling – https://invisioncommunity.co.uk/fifa-loot-boxes-gambling-or-not/. I don’t agree in fact but who knows…

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