Raised beds grey colour scheme agapanthus olives artificial grass porcelain grey tiles Floating bench lighting   Balham Wandsworth Battersea Vauxhall Fulham Chelsea London

Raised beds grey colour scheme agapanthus olives artificial grass porcelain grey tiles Floating bench lighting Balham Wandsworth Battersea Vauxhall Fulham Chelsea London

Paul o'gradys for the love of dogs ITV - Tom hardy visits battersea dogs home

Paul o'gradys for the love of dogs ITV - Tom hardy visits battersea dogs home

An orphaned puppy and an abandoned kitten have become inseparable since being brought together at the Battersea Cats and Dogs Home in the UK, and now think they are sisters.

An orphaned puppy and an abandoned kitten have become inseparable since being brought together at the Battersea Cats and Dogs Home in the UK, and now think they are sisters.

Rabbit, a Jack Russell cross, takes part in the canine fashion show during the Old Spitalfields Market Paw Pageant in London. A host of doggy dudes donned couture designer fashions from the queen of canine couture, Lilly Shahravesh of LoveMyDog, to raise funds for Battersea Dog & Cats Home in a special doggy fashion show.

Pictures of the day: 26 August 2014

Rabbit, a Jack Russell cross, takes part in the canine fashion show during the Old Spitalfields Market Paw Pageant in London. A host of doggy dudes donned couture designer fashions from the queen of canine couture, Lilly Shahravesh of LoveMyDog, to raise funds for Battersea Dog & Cats Home in a special doggy fashion show.

A passenger passes some of over 60 adverts in Clapham Common underground station, London, which have been replaced with pictures of cats as part of the ëCitizens Advertising Takeover Service, which aims to create a peaceful, unbranded space in the heart of London, free from commercial advertising.The posters feature cats from Battersea Dogs & Cats home and Cats Protection, as well as cats sent in by members of the public.

Every advert in a London Underground station has been replaced with cat photos

A passenger passes some of over 60 adverts in Clapham Common underground station, London, which have been replaced with pictures of cats as part of the ëCitizens Advertising Takeover Service, which aims to create a peaceful, unbranded space in the heart of London, free from commercial advertising.The posters feature cats from Battersea Dogs & Cats home and Cats Protection, as well as cats sent in by members of the public.

Shared by @lousparktotti, a delightful closeup of this photo from Tom’s visit…

Shared by @lousparktotti, a delightful closeup of this photo from Tom’s visit…

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