Battersea doggy duo sent on a mission to London Waterloo
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home has today sent two adorable Jack Russell Terriers on a mission: to help make commuters at London Waterloo smile during the August engineering works.
The inseparable duo and former Battersea residents, 14-year-old Mollie and 16-year-old Millie, are also spreading the word that plenty of their friends back at the world-famous animal charity are in desperate need of homes of their own.
Rob Young, London Centre Manager at Battersea, said: “Here at Battersea we know the power of dogs and cats and their ability to ease stress and bring out the best in people, even during times of travel disruption. It’s great to see Mollie and Millie cheer up commuters during Network Rail’s engineering works and we hope it’s been the highlight of their August travels.
“We’re also here to remind people that Battersea has many wonderful dogs like Mollie and Millie looking for new owners who can take them on an incredible journey of their own. If you are thinking of taking on a new pet, don’t delay - pick up a one-way ticket to Battersea today.”
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About Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
Established in 1860, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home aims never to turn away a dog or cat in need of our help, caring for them until their owners or loving new homes can be found, no matter how long it takes. We are champions for, and supporters of, vulnerable dogs and cats, determined to create lasting changes for animals in our society.
Since it was founded, Battersea has rescued, reunited and rehomed over 3.1 million dogs and cats.
In 2015 the Home cared for over 8000 dogs and cats.
Battersea cares for an average of 260 dogs and 220 cats across its three centres at any one time.
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