We performed a carol concert for two rescue dogs because it’s the season of good cheer
14 December 2017, 11:19 | Updated: 18 December 2017, 11:42
Thelma and Louise are a mismatched pair. But since being abandoned together in a park in London they’re inseparable, and Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is hoping they can be re-homed together
Thelma is a saluki and Louise is a border terrier. They are an incredibly sweet pair of dogs – as we found out when they came in to Classic FM.
To give the pair an extra special Christmas treat, we invited the Cantus choir in to sing some Christmas carols for them.
Sadly there was no Bach on the programme. Or Howells. But they seemed very content with Hark! The Herald…
Thelma and Louise are two of 270 dogs currently looking for a family at the Battersea Dogs & Cats Homes.
Over Christmas the volunteers and workers at Battersea try and make the home festive for the animals there over the holidays.
Rebecca Fisher is rehoming and welfare manager at Battersea. She said:
“Thelma and Louise were found abandoned in a park, and even though they were strays and we don’t know where they came from they’re really bonded to each other, they really love each other. So we’re hoping to find them a home together.”