ne of the celebrities of HBO’s Recreation Of Thrones spin-off has traded dragons for cats and canine to advertise the work of an animal charity.
Emily Carey, who performs a younger Alicent Hightower in Home Of The Dragon, visited the Blue Cross rehoming centre in Kimpton, Hertfordshire, on September 24, the place she met rescued animals together with a kitten who was present in a van engine at 9 weeks previous.
Photos of the 19-year-old actress’s “great” go to have simply been launched, together with her assembly with Squid – a black and white kitten who was rescued by a member of the general public, and was rehomed the day after Carey visited the centre.
She met animals and workers on the centre, talking to them concerning the work they do for the Blue Cross, a nationwide animal charity which is celebrating its a hundred and twenty fifth anniversary this 12 months and offers take care of sick, injured and homeless pets.
Carey, who owns a cavapoo referred to as Dottie, additionally walked two of the resident canine, an 11-year-old husky cross named Carlie and a seven-year-old terrier combine referred to as Tilly, who’re each searching for new houses.
Carlie had been rehomed beforehand by the Blue Cross as a pet, however was returned by her proprietor after unwell well being meant they had been now not capable of take care of her.
Carey mentioned: “I really like pets and am so grateful to have my canine Dottie in my life and to have been capable of go to Blue Cross’s Hertfordshire rehoming centre to see their work first hand, I’m additionally extraordinarily grateful to them for all they do to assist pets.
“The pets I bought to satisfy all had their very own tales, and it’s great to know that Blue Cross had been capable of step in to assist once they wanted it.
“Strolling Tilly and Carlie was wonderful, I’m so comfortable to have met them and had the chance to spend a while with them earlier than they make their subsequent step to dwell comfortable lives in new houses.”
The actress additionally met a one-year-old cat referred to as Pimento, who was introduced into the charity by a passer-by who had intervened after seeing the animal being kicked on the street, and a stray cat named Monty who vets discovered to have a damaged toe after he got here in lame.