The match between Pumas and Querétaro It took the spotlight on Wednesday, October 4, because it was a double day of the Liga MX and for the victory after the 4-0 win by the university team.
But also for one of the memorable moments of the game, which was the great visit they had at the University Olympic Stadium that night.
During the University Anthem at least eleven dogs from the Animal Surveillance Brigade entered the field with the Pumas players to encourage adoption of the loins. Each one carried a bandanna of different colors and was supported by members of the team’s basic forces. They remained attentive for several minutes until the stands of the venue resounded with a “Goya.”
Even Goyo, the Pumas mascot, spent a moment with the dogs and hugged them fraternally, welcoming them to the field. “They are here, our best friends have arrived.”
From 6:00 p.m., while the fans arrived at the stadium facilities, personnel from the Secretariat of Citizen Security of Mexico City (SSC) introduced the puppies who arrived ready to find a home.
“Let the Olympic find out that the Animal Surveillance Branch is in CU, adopt”
At the end of the game, the adopted dogs were handed over to their new owners, who hugged them and kissed the dogs that joined their family.
For her part, the current head of the Animal Surveillance Bureau, Rebecca Sokolshared through his social networks how happy the agency was for the animals, in the same way he thanked and congratulated the National University Club.
“Happy ending! today with @PumasMX 11 of our puppies that came to be part of this game 9 were adopted! At the Animal Surveillance Brigade @SSC_CDMX the most important thing for us is to give a voice to our rescued dogs and today thanks to Pumas it was achieved!”
“Thank you for this opportunity to spread the word about our rescued dogs. Lety Varela, your dream was part of our dream. Thank you,” Rebecca referred to the former head of the Brigade.
Another of the actions that the Pumas team carried out to promote the responsible adoption of the dogs rescued by the BVA were the t-shirts they used. Which had a very special design, they were photographs of different puppies and kittens protected by the Animal Surveillance Brigade (BVA) of Mexico City.
Likewise, the garment had the phrase “Adopt happiness for your family” visible along with the gold numbers contrasting on the white fabric.
The surprise was also published by the university team through its social networks, a video and photographs of the shirts showed the clothing of the soccer players: Gabriel Matías Fernández, Eduardo Salvio, Juan Ignacio Dinneno, Julio José González Vela Alvizu and Nathan Silva. With the caption, “Very stupid numbers”, evoking the portraits of the dogs in each of the players’ distinctive numbers.