Animal History of London Walk
Join our WAD guided walk to raise vital funds for the bears, dogs and cats in Asia and discover London’s secret animal history. Includes seeing London’s Victorian dog cemetery, visiting the Animals in War memorial, discovering which London resident invented the cat flap, and which members of the royal family loved animals the most. Plus, learn about the mole that killed a king …. and so much more.
As the walk is mainly through London’s parks and back streets, street-wise dogs are also very welcome, but most be kept on leads some of the time. As this is a guided walk it is important that participants have a reasonable level of fitness and can walk at a good speed so that they can keep together as a group and not hold up the group. If you have any concerns about this please call our office on 01579 347148.
- Organised by: Animals Asia Foundation