Battersea says Wear Blue for Rescue to help underdogs
Battersea Dogs ‘and Cats’ Homes, the leading animal welfare charity, is asking the public to join the rescue movement by sharing their love of rescue and Wear Blue for Rescue.
Whether it’s sharing pictures of their own pets on social media or shouting about how they support the work of rescues, Battersea wants members of the public to join their campaign and celebrate their love. rescue animals.
Research shows one in four pets in Britain come from a rescue, and Battersea thinks the spotlight should be on the much-loved rescue animals that are in homes across the country and everywhere. horizons, whatever their race.
“Rescue animals are one of a kind and every year hundreds of thousands of animals are saved for all kinds of different reasons,” said Peter Laurie, CEO of Battersea.
“Wear Blue for Rescue is Battersea’s exciting new campaign that aims to champion our love for the wonderful and quirky rescue dogs and cats who just need a second chance at life. All the underdogs who have become the best cats and are now living their best lives and bringing joy to the lives of their owners on sofas, towers and even rescue missions, all over the world.
“Anyone can participate in Wear Blue for Rescue, you don’t have to own a rescue dog or cat to advocate for rescue animals and show your love and support for the organizations that care for them.”
As part of Wear Blue for Rescue, Battersea is also launching the Rescue symbol, a new symbol of support for rescue animals around the world. The association calls on everyone to show their love for rescues and to unite behind the Rescue symbol, standing up for the wonderful rescue animals that surround us in our homes and communities.
People can purchase a Wear Blue for Rescue item with the Rescue symbol from battersea.org.uk, or request a free badge or nameplate.
Battersea encourages people to wear these items with pride and share their love of rescue animals on social media and using a special Battersea AR filter on Instagram and Snapchat.
Don’t forget to tag @Battersea and use #RescueIsMyFavouriteBreed.
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