Something Mysterious Was Going On in the Shelter. Watch the Surveillance Footage to Uncover the Mystery!!!

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in the UK has a 150 years of history, but the shelter has never seen this happening before. Strange things started occurring there. Every morning the staff would find dogs just wondering free, making mess and stealing food from the kitchen. At first, the staff members got blamed for forgetting to lock the doors, but that kept happening over and over. Everyone started coming up with crazy explanations, that’s why it was decided to install surveillance cameras all over the place, and catch the reason of that paranormal activity. Find out who stands behind opening doors in the shelter. Enjoy and, please, share this mysterious story with your friends. Thanks for watching! We would gladly appreciate if you invited your friends to LIKE our page.


Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is London’s leading animal rehoming centre and also one of the UK’s most famous and longest-serving charities. It was established in 1860. It started as The Temporary Home for Lost & Starving Dogs, set up by Mrs Mary Tealby in a stableyard in Holloway, North London. In 1862 Charles Dickens writes an article in his popular newspaper, All the Year Round, supporting the work of the Shelter. In 1871 the Home moved to a site in Battersea, where it has remained ever since. In 1885 Queen Victoria herself became the Home’s first Royal Patron. In 1914 a hundred of sledge dogs were staying and being trained at the Hackbridge, the Home’s first country site, for Ernest Shackleton’s second Antarctic Expedition. In 1918 the dogs from the shelter were being trained at War Dog School to serve at both World Wars. In 2010 Battersea Dogs & Cats Home marked the 150th anniversary. Every year, the shelter cares for over 9,000 dogs and cats. Some of them end up being adopted by the UK celebrities.

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http://www.battersea.org.uk/apex/webarticle?pageId=009-aboutus

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