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Bluey the cat may have the world’s loudest purr, measured at 93 decibels, almost as loud as a subway train. Hear her purr!
Bluey the cat may have the world's loudest purr, as loud as a subway train. This 12-year-old cat has a purr that is louder than most cats, but she is a bit hard of hearing. “We have found that Bluey is a little bit deaf, so this might be why she has an incredibly loud purr because she can't hear ...
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Our team were shocked when this beautiful girl came into our Thirsk rehoming centre over the weekend after not being claimed from the stray kennels. When she came in, Eve's skin was so sore she could hardly walk or see. She has perked up a bit over the last couple of days and even enjoyed a nice walk around the paddock yesterday. Eve has a long way to go but we'll keep you updated with her progress. Please wish her lots of happy thoughts!
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I was lucky enough to be employed as a Volunteer recently at the Southampton Blue Cross so follow with great interest all stories.  I hope Eve gets better very soon.  She is beautiful!
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Think staffies like Bella aren’t for you? Think again. Bella is a really clever young dog who has an appetite for learning new skills. Sadly, many people have passed the affectionate Bella by since she began her search for a new home in August last year. As you can see from her video, she LOVES agility and learning new tricks and it would be great to continue this training in her new home. Look at her go!

http://www.bluecross.org.uk/478-139339/will-you-give-bella-a-second-thought.html

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It's our beautiful Pinkie! She'll need a new home soon.
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With 100 days to go until the #generalelection2015 ,  Blue Cross is today launching its Manifesto for Pets. Almost half of British households own 65 million dogs, cats, guinea pigs, fish and other animals between them, meaning there are more pets than people in the UK.

We’re calling on politicians of all parties to put pets on their list of priorities ahead of polling day in May.
http://www.bluecross.org.uk/478-138355/blue-cross-launches-a-manifesto-for-pets.html
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If you're for pets, then we're for you! We're now recruiting for hundreds of volunteer roles bit.ly/bxvolunteer 
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Meet Bingo! The former Blue Cross rescue dog was recently the guest of honour at his owners’ wedding. It was love at first sight for happy couple Katia and John, who fell head over heels for him at Southampton Blue Cross in 2012. Last year they moved to Monaco and Bingo joined them in the glamourous principality. On Valentine’s Day this year, the couple wed and Bingo took the lead and gave Katia away. Katia and John asked their guests to donate to Blue Cross rather than give them gifts, and they raised an incredible £10,000 for our pets. Thank you, Katia, John and Bingo!
http://www.bluecross.org.uk/478-141108/blue-cross-dog-bingo-is-mutt-of-honour.html
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Meet Fanta, a beautiful horse looking for a new home! She is a spirited 11 year old mare who is looking for an experienced quiet home where she can provide companionship to other horses. If you'd like to offer this loving horse a home please contact our Burford rehoming centre on 0300 777 1570 and share her details with your friends and family. Thank you! http://www.bluecross.org.uk/1710-135023/1/fanta.html
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Meet Jordan. He owns two dogs, Ty and Keelo, and they are classed as banned breed types under the Dangerous Dogs Act and have been put on the index of exempted dogs. Jordan currently gives up his time to help Blue Cross educate young people by sharing his experiences and promoting dog welfare.
http://www.bluecross.org.uk/1752-139131/dont-judge-a-dog-by-their-breed.html

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Last year we ran a nationwide search for a talented family pet to star in our new TV advertising campaign and now it has reached its final stage. From hundreds of hopefuls, just four pets remain in the running. Honey, Harry, Nico and Eddie are each hoping to get their paws on the prize of featuring in our campaign due to air later this year, which will raise awareness of Blue Cross and encourage viewers to support our vital work.

Please visit our website to check out each video from these four talented pets and vote for you favourite! Voting closes on February 9. http://bluecross.org.uk/124475/vote-for-your-favourite-pawdition-finalist.html
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We would like you to meet eight of the most incredible rescue pets to have passed through Blue Cross doors. Some have come from serious situations of neglect and horror but they’re inspirational li...
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They might not have homes for Christmas but you can make this time as merry as possible for all our dogs, cats, horses and small animals at Blue Cross. Some of our pets even have special wish lists which you can donate towards. What better present could you give this year? Please enjoy and share this little video full of our pets and thank you for your support this Christmas!
https://www.donate.bluecross.org.uk/xmas-shop.aspx
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Dedicated to helping sick, injured and homeless pets since 1897
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Blue Cross has been dedicated to helping poorly, injured and abandoned pets for over 100 years. We opened the world's first animal hospital in 1906 and since then our doors have never closed to sick and homeless animals. With your help, they never will.

Today we run four animal hospitals and 12 rehoming centres across the UK, which provide treatment and seek happy homes for thousands of cats, dogs, small pets and horses every year.