Brits are sharing selfies with their dogs to mark the anniversary of a tragic fire
LONDON – On the night of Sept. 11, 2014, 60 dogs were killed in an arson attack on Manchester Dogs’ Home. To mark the tragedy, people began posting selfies with their pets to Manchester Dogs’ Home’s Twitter account, using the hashtag #HugYourHound.
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Now, to mark the anniversary of the fire, the hashtag has made a return. Here are a selection of the images people have been sharing on Twitter to remember the dogs that were lost a year ago.
My beautiful beast @TheHound_ sends his best wags to mark one year from the Manchester Dogs’ Home fire #hugyourhound pic.twitter.com/8QdOzUEDa5
— fleetstreetfox (@fleetstreetfox) September 11, 2015 Read more…