Battersea Dogs Cats Home | Book DepositoryCanine devotees and feline fans alike are sure to have a chuckle and feel a warm glow from the personlised messages in a book celebrating their love of our furry friends. Battersea believe that every dog and cat deserves the best. With around staff, and almost 1, volunteers, Battersea provide homes, veterinary care and training for its dogs and cats, over 7, animals every year. They are also heavily involved in advocating for changes to policy and legislation that will make it safer and fairer for all dogs and cats to live healthy, happy lives. So take a look at the books, make a great personalised gift for the dog or cat lovers in your life, and help us support Battersea.
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Christmas at Battersea: True Stories of Miracles and Hope (Battersea Dogs & Cats Home). by Battersea Dogs & Cats Home | 20 Nov
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Ruth is very sad when her big brother Ben goes away to university. To cheer her up, Mum and Dad take her to Battersea Do Holly's parents promised that she could have a puppy when her new brother was born - and Holly can't decide which is mor She may be a tiny, pure-white, fluffy kitten, but Angel does NOT live up to her name! After Kelly and her family adopt A Cosmo may look like a tiny tiger with his tabby stripes and bright green eyes - but he definitely doesn't act like one! When Hannah starts at a new school, all the other girls are in firm friendship groups and she feels left-out and lonely