Last updated on September 2, 2019
Since rumours of snap elections bracket in the uk, No. 10 Downing Street has welcomed a new resident on Monday – but it is not a politician.
The brand new coming is a 15-week-old Jack Russell pup that has been embraced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson and sent into the British leader’s official residence.
The dog that does not have a title came from an animal rescue charity in South Wales.
It is estimated that the adoption will help publicise Lucy’s Legislation – a crackdown on pet farms, which disturbs youthful dogs.
A Twitter account known as @Number10cat printed a post stating”Proof that Downing Street is about the dogs…”, along with an image of Larry’s new housemate.