Press are invited to see their arrival in the UK and their first steps to a new life full of love and hope
MANCHESTER, England, Oct. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Beagle Freedom Project (BFP), an international animal advocacy organization, has secured the release of four young beagles that were used in laboratory experiments in Hungary. These beagles, lovingly dubbed "Let it BEagle," spent their whole lives being subjected to horrific testing. BFP stepped in and offered to fly the dogs to London to find them homes in the Manchester area. A special release party for John, Paul, Ringo and George has been planned, which press are invited to attend.
Date: Saturday, October 31, 2015
Time: Approx: 9:30 am, but call for exact ETA at 07-931819535
Release to take place at:
Mosley Acre Farm, Stretford
Manchester M32 9UP
Visuals: Former laboratory beagles being freed and supporters and their new families surrounding their release.
The four beagles are 1 and 3 years of age and have spent their entire lives in a cage. They are afraid of every day noises and human touch.
These beagles will finally have the life they should have always known: love, treats and snuggles.
Shannon Keith, President of Beagle Freedom Project, stated: "The world needs to know animal testing on dogs is still very prevalent, and to get involved to help end it. Beagle Freedom Project is honored to be able to support and secure the release of these four beagles to a new life."
SOURCE Beagle Freedom Project