If you fancy a cuteness overload, why not head down to the Pear Tree Cafe in Battersea Park on Sunday this weekend to see the hundreds of dogs that are expected to be wearing Christmas jumpers. The event has been organised to help raise funds for the fantastic charity, Save The Children.
The online community BorrowMyDoggy has organised the event hand in hand with Save The Children to raise funds for the Save the Children’s Jumper Day fundraiser.The aim is to break the world record for most dogs wearing Christmas jumpers in one place. We didn’t even know there was a record for this! We wish them good luck.
The event starts at 1 pm, and the world record attempt will start at 2:30 pm. There will be snacks and treats for your four-legged friends available.
All donations will go straight to the charity. You can register for the event here :
Where: Pear Tree Cafe in Battersea Park
Date: 10th of December
World Record Attempt: 2:30pm (Make sure you are there and photo ready)
What: Save the Children and BorrowMyDoggy have partnered to host a world record attempt for the most dogs in Christmas jumpers! Join us to support this lovely charity and have a fun day.
How: Let your pup show off their festive style in their Christmas jumper. Come early or stay late but make sure you are there at 2:30 pm for the world record photo. Snacks and treats provided.
Why: To support Save the Children’s work to transform the lives of vulnerable children in the UK and around the world. To learn more about Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day and donate visit: www.christmasjumperday.org