Hundreds of dogs and their owners have marched through central London as part of the Wooferendum Dog March.
Hundreds of dogs and their owners took part in a London Wooferendum Dog March on Sunday to call for a people’s vote on Brexit.
The pups and people made their way through central London to Parliament to deliver a petition to Prime Minister Theresa May asking for a second EU referendum.
Founder of the protest, Daniel Elkan, took part along with several MPs, activists, and actors, with the march ending in Parliament Square.
The march will be followed by another march for a second referendum on October 20, named The People’s Vote March.
Hundreds of dogs from a variety of different breeds gathered for the march: here is a selection of the very cutest protesting pups.
1. A tiny sausage joined in.
2. This well-dressed pup.
3. This fluffy dog posed with a sign.
4. Two dogs had a playful fight.
5. This pair with matching neck-ties!
6. Tess the dog played with an aptly-decorated toy.
7. This dog was carried through the protest.
8. Alastair Campbell brought his dog, Sky.
9. Lastly, this lovely bearded dog.
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