We believe that the sacrifice of the men, women and animals of war should never be forgotten, and we will remember them.
Today, as we commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme, we're remembering the sacrifice of the men, women and animals of the First World War. They should never be forgotten, and we will remember them.
The sacrifice of the men, women and animals of war should never be forgotten, and we will remember them.… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
Nine years ago James Bowen’s world was a mess. He had no direction or purpose in life other than survival – and keeping off heroin. But all that changed the day a stray and injured ginger tomcat called Bob walked into his life and refused to leave.
Blue Cross was there for James and his Street Cat Named Bob in their hour of need - and now the world-famous story has been turned into a film, which hits cinemas on 4 November.
Find out more about the true story of Bob, James and Blue Cross now: https://www.bluecross.org.uk/story/street-cat-named-bob
These three abandoned kittens are lucky to be alive thanks to a Good Samaritan cyclist who sought help for them - despite being injured himself. Christopher was cycling home from work in the early hours when he hit a cardboard box at the side of the road. He leapt into action when Michelangelo, Donatello and April emerged from the broken box and rushed them to our Grimsby Blue Cross animal hospital. We're getting them back to full health and once they're ready, we'll find loving new homes for them. A huge thank you to Christopher for saving these helpless kittens!
Read the full story here: https://www.bluecross.org.uk/dumped-kittens-saved-good-samaritan-cyclist