Around a thousand dogs and their owners marched to Parliament in London. They were opposed to Brexit and wanted the government to hold a second vote.
Organizers of the so-called Wooferendum campaign said animals will suffer if Britain leaves the European Union. Pet food will be more expensive and there will be fewer vets, they said.
The dogs in the march included bulldogs, both English and French breeds. The Wooferendum marched through central London to Parliament Square. There were several “pee stations” in the march. At the stations, many dogs urinated on images of Brexiteers like former Foreign Minister Boris Johnson and ex-UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage.
Many Britons support a “People’s Vote” on Brexit. This would let people vote in a referendum on any deal that Prime Minister Theresa May makes for the country to leave the EU. (Reuters)