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The New England Bulls took a break from the field to join the Boston Animal Rescue League.
The Revs collected dog and cat food at Gillette Stadium over the weekend. On Tuesday, a handful of players turned in donations to the organization’s Dedham branch.
“You can come for an animal that brings a lot of love to your family, and so I think it’s important to shine a light on these organizations and bring love to families,” said advocate Andrew Farrell.
“I have an Australian Shepherd at home, and I love him madly, so it’s hard to come here and see dogs that don’t yet have families or homes,” said defender Dave Romney.
Players wore T-shirts with pictures of dogs and cats up for adoption in the ARL. These shirts will be signed and donated to the ARL for auction.
“There are a lot of people who are food insecure, both themselves and their pets,” said Edward Schettino, president and CEO of the Boston Animal Rescue League. “We do everything we can to keep pets and families together, and the New England Bulls helping us with this is truly tremendous.”
If you’d like to learn more about adoptable animals, or how you can help, visit the ARL Boston website.