To recognise Sir Paul
McCartney's work for animals and to celebrate his marriage to the beautiful
Nancy Shevell, Animal
Rahat – an organisation supported by PETA US that helps alleviate
the suffering of animals forced to work – has named two adorable rescued
puppies Paul and Nancy. A photograph of Paul and Nancy has been sent to, well,
Paul and Nancy. The Beatles legend is a long-time supporter of PETA India and
its global affiliates. "He and his late wife, Linda, were among the first
supporters of PETA US. Sir Paul has always been concerned about the suffering
of street dogs, and we hope that others will be inspired to bring a stray or
shelter dog into their homes", said PETA India.
In an accompanying letter
to the newlyweds, Animal Rahat programme manager Sudheesh Nair wrote that the
puppies "were running in fright after having witnessed the accident which
killed their mother in Sangli".
The puppies are now under
the care of Animal Rahat and are doing well. See? All you need is love!
You can help end the homeless-dog
and -cat crisis by always adopting and never shopping for animals.
Posted by Kriti-S
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