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The group of dogs lined up together at Barnes station, in southwest London, as part of a charity calendar to raise money for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

& # 39; Is it an Andrex puppy reunion?: 16 golden retrievers surprise commuters as they stand in line waiting for a train

  • Golden retriever dogs become viral after being seen together on a train
  • More than 15 dogs participated in the stunt at the Barnes station in South West London
  • The image is part of a calendar to raise money for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home
  • The furry friends were also seen on a cinema date and crossed the road
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More than 15 golden retrievers were put on a train together in the morning rush hour.

The group stood together at Barnes station, in southwest London, where they were subsequently noticed by commuters.

More than 30,000 people shared the image of the dogs online and posted puns about why they could wait after it went viral.

The group of dogs lined up together at Barnes station, in southwest London, as part of a charity calendar to raise money for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

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The group of dogs lined up together at Barnes station, in southwest London, as part of a charity calendar to raise money for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

One called the scene an encounter with & # 39; Very Important Puppies & # 39; while another the & # 39; Andrex puppy reunion & # 39; noticed.

But the dogs were gathered on the platform for a photo as part of a charity agenda to raise money for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.

A total of 26 dogs posed at 13 locations in Barnes, including a photo of a couple enjoying a & # 39; dog date & # 39; in the cinema.

A hairy couple is pictured above and enjoys a & # 39; dog date & # 39; in the cinema. The trio chose a series of locations in Barnes for the calendar, including in a park, café and even a greengrocer

A hairy couple is pictured above and enjoys a & # 39; dog date & # 39; in the cinema. The trio chose a series of locations in Barnes for the calendar, including in a park, café and even a greengrocer

A hairy couple is pictured above and enjoys a & # 39; dog date & # 39; in the cinema. The trio chose a series of locations in Barnes for the calendar, including in a park, café and even a greengrocer

Four retrievers were also photographed as they walked across a pedestrian crossing in a shot that mimics the iconic album cover of the Beatles.

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The calendar was the idea of ​​Anne Mullins, who created the Barnes Golden Group – & # 39; The BGs & # 39; – established to exchange information that is relevant to dog owners.

Anne said: & # 39; Dog owners are so beautiful, so I thought it would be nice to make a calendar and give the proceeds to a charity for dogs.

& # 39; Ours are a spoiled favorite and not all dogs are. & # 39;

Anne worked together with fellow dog lovers Sophie Farrah and Tom Farrah-Pearce to plan and shoot the calendar.

The trio chose a series of locations in Barnes, including a park, café, greengrocers, as well as the pedestrian crossing and the train station.

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Anne added: & # 39; The dogs were all securely tied to the railings on a platform that is no longer being used – so all very safe.

& # 39; And commuters have taken many pictures that they have subsequently tweeted. & # 39;

Jo Stone, leader in fundraising, said: “Without the fundraising of generous supporters such as the Barnes Golden group, we would not be able to care for the thousands of animals that arrive at our three centers each year.

& # 39; We are incredibly grateful to everyone who has worked on this cute fundraising project to support Battersea in such a fun and creative way and we cannot wait to see the full calendar when it is ready. & # 39 ;

Four retrievers were also photographed as they walked across a pedestrian crossing in a shot that mimics the iconic album cover of the Beatles

Four retrievers were also photographed as they walked across a pedestrian crossing in a shot that mimics the iconic album cover of the Beatles

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Four retrievers were also photographed as they walked across a pedestrian crossing in a shot that mimics the iconic album cover of the Beatles

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