Tom Holland and Zendaya Spread Love at UK Animal Shelter

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LONDON, Oct 7, (Agencies): Tom Holland and Zendaya, the beloved actors, recently spread warmth and affection at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in London. Their delightful visit to the rescue center was highlighted by endearing moments of cuddles with adorable puppies.

Holland, 27, shared a captivating carousel of photos. One captured the serene sight of peacefully slumbering puppies, while another showed him donned in a blue and white hazmat suit. To add a heartwarming touch, he included a photo of Zendaya, his partner in both life and acting, snuggling affectionately with one of the pups.

Zendaya, also 27, took to her Instagram Story to share videos of a tiny puppy cradled gently in her arms. Her captions exuded pure joy, with one reading, “@Battersea puppy heaven,” and another expressing her disbelief as a sleeping puppy nestled in her embrace, saying, “Like… are you kidding me?” She playfully added a clip of her playfully interacting with a puppy, noting, “Got the lil legs going lol. Noons gonna be so mad when he smells me @battersea,” referring to her own dog, Noons, who boasts his own Instagram account. Battersea Dogs & Cats Home acknowledged their visit by sharing their posts on their Instagram Story and expressed gratitude, saying, “Thanks for visiting us and supporting rescue @zendaya.”

Battersea continued to shower appreciation upon the stars, stating, “They loved you! Thank you for visiting @tomholland2013.” A spokesperson from the rescue center also added, “Tom and Zendaya visited Battersea to find out more about the work we do to support rescue dogs and cats and to meet some of the animals currently in our care. It was lovely to welcome them to Battersea.”

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, a cherished institution, has been dedicated to animal rescue since 1860. The late Queen Elizabeth was a devoted Patron for 60 years, assuming the role in May 1956.

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