The Duchess of Cornwall’s pets were in the spotlight as their status as a rescue dog was celebrated with a pair of matching bandanas.
Camilla supports Battersea Dogs and Cats Home’s Wear Blue for Rescue campaign, which highlights animals that have been given new homes by loving owners.
Photos of the Duchess’ Jack Russells, Beth and Bluebell were featured on her official Twitter account wearing the bandanas – part of a range of items from hats to badges for cats, dogs, their owners and anyone else. who wish to raise awareness.
Peter Laurie, CEO of Battersea, said that each year thousands of animals need a new home for a variety of reasons.
He added, âWear Blue for Rescue is Battersea’s exciting new campaign that aims to champion our love for the wonderful 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, on towers and even on rescue missions, all over the world.”
Camilla’s pets are rescue dogs from the famous animal charity. She hired Beth in 2011 at the organization’s London headquarters, and Bluebell a year later.
They joined her on her visits to Battersea centers across the country, with Beth memorable helping the Duchess unveil a plaque on one occasion.
As part of Wear Blue for Rescue, Battersea is also launching a symbol of support for rescue animals around the world.
The association calls on everyone to show their love of rescues and unite behind the new symbol.