Camilla Parker-Bowles does a good deed! The Duchess of Cornwall is mobilizing for the animal cause. Like her eleven years ago, when adopting two dogs from a British rescue center, she called on the British to go to shelters to expand their homes. Indeed, Camilla had adopted two small dogs baptized Bluebell and Beth.
On this occasion, she posted on Instagram the photo of the animals with a symbolic blue bandana around their neck, Friday, October 8. Bluebell and Beth, the dogs rescued by the Duchess of Cornwall, are proud to unveil their Wear Blue for Rescue bandanas as part of Battersea’s new campaign. The rescue operation celebrates all the amazing pets in need a second chance. The Duchess adopted Bluebell and Beth from the Battersea House of Dogs and Cats, a charitable operation that has provided homes for more than three million animals since its inception in 1860, “May -on read.
“It’s adorable! Thank you for saving lives and supporting those who have no voice”, “So cute! It’s great to share this”, “These dogs are way too cute, I’m melting!”, Internet users commented, conquered by the good deed of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles. Beth and Bluebell, both Jack Russels, were rescued and adopted from a kennel nine years ago.
Camilla Parker-Bowles and Prince Charles © INSTAGRAM / CLARENCE HOUSE