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Knit a coat for Old Windsor's homeless dogs

Knit a coat for Old Windsor's homeless dogs

Francis Batt

Knit a coat for Old Windsor's homeless dogs

Christmas jumper frenzy is sweeping the country and dogs living in kennels at Old Windsor would love to be a part of it.

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’s kennels at Priest Hill in the village will be home to 100 dogs this Christmas.

Centre manager Kaye Mughal said: “Our short haired residents such as staffies and greyhounds get particularly cold in the winter and benefit from an extra layer.

"So knitted coats really would be gratefully received at Old Windsor.

"And there’s nothing more handsome than a dog in a festive knitted coat, especially if it’s adorned with a snowflake or two."

Find the Battersea knitting pattern on here or make a donation here

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