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Tatty Devine has released a Battersea Dogs & Cats collection and it's purrfect

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We’re big fans of Tatty Devine (who wouldn’t love a necklace stating ‘I love boring things’ or a bottle of gin pinned to their lapel?) and, as you may have noticed, we’re also big fans of rescue dogs.

So a collaboration between one of our favourite jewellery brands and Battersea Dogs & Cats Home was always going to shoot to the top of our Christmas list. And induce a fit of pun-based headline writing, sorry about that.

Seriously, look at it:

The new range of necklaces and brooches, all priced at £40 or £45, includes Lurchers, French Bulldogs and Basset Hounds, Persian and Bengal cats, among others.

Co-founders Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine say the sponsored_longform was a natural fit as Vine’s cat Betty came from the rescue centre.

The pair have always incorporated animals into their work, and Vine explains: “The personalities came about through the process of drawing them and their characters really came to life as soon as they were sampled.

“Cats and dogs are a classic theme since the beginning of costume jewellery and that’s something we like to explore.”

Wolfenden adds: “They’re just so cute, we’d both love to have a dog but just don’t have the time to be good dog owners, therefore jewellery has always been the next best thing!”

A £3 donation from each piece will go straight to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, so treating yourself is basically just the right thing to do.

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home has three centres – the original London branch plus sites in Old Windsor, Berkshire, and Brands Hatch, Kent – and has rehomed millions of cats and dogs since it was founded in 1860.

Shop the full collection at tattydevine.com/battersea.

Images: tattydevine.com

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Amy Swales

Amy Swales is a freelance writer who likes to eat, drink and talk about her dog. She will continue to plunder her own life and the lives of her loved ones for material in the name of comedy, catharsis and getting pictures of her dog on the internet.