Rescue animals record Happy Birthday song for the Queen

Published Wednesday, Apr 20 2016, 18:30 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Blue Cross pets recorded the first all-animal version of Happy Birthday to celebrate the Queen's 90th.

When the Queen celebrates her big 9-0, most of us will be out celebrating at street parties and colourful parades.

But the Blue Cross animal charity have come up with a novel way of commemorating the special day - they've recorded a one-of-a-kind 'Happy Birthday' track made up of the sounds of dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rabbits, horses and chinchillas.

Blue Cross got animals to sign happy birthday to the Queen

© Blue Cross

The menagerie of noises, which was recorded by the pets at rehoming centres across the country, also comes with a heart-warming music video.

Taking centre stage are four-week-old kittens Pippa, Freddie, Holly and Rosie, who were found abandoned with their mum in a tree trunk, as well as Fly the dog, who recently celebrated her 16th birthday.

We're sure Her Majesty will love it!

To hear the track, listen below:

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