Kids and animals go wild in Welwyn Hatfield’s snow

PUBLISHED: 16:52 05 March 2018 | UPDATED: 17:04 06 March 2018

Charlie showing off his agility in Datchworth. Picture: Helen D Ryle

Charlie showing off his agility in Datchworth. Picture: Helen D Ryle

Helen D Ryle

You might not want reminding of last week’s snow drama, but there’s some four-legged (and very small two-legged) friends who enjoyed it very much.

Action shot of Rusty leaping for joy (with his tongue out). Picture: Azrabki AmmaAction shot of Rusty leaping for joy (with his tongue out). Picture: Azrabki Amma

Here’s our round-up of snow-mad dogs, horses, cats and tots after Storm Emma did her work.

Ever seen a horse make a snow angel? Neither had we until Arnie in WGC got on the case. Picture: Stacey BaldwinEver seen a horse make a snow angel? Neither had we until Arnie in WGC got on the case. Picture: Stacey Baldwin

Marlow prefers to watch the shenanigans from the comfort of his home in Hatfield. Picture: Louise MusickaMarlow prefers to watch the shenanigans from the comfort of his home in Hatfield. Picture: Louise Musicka

Mrs Tabitha McTwitchett staying paw-deep in the snow. Picture: Dawn CastleMrs Tabitha McTwitchett staying paw-deep in the snow. Picture: Dawn Castle

Handsome Romeo ensuring all's well in Welwyn Garden City. Picture: Steph HartleyHandsome Romeo ensuring all's well in Welwyn Garden City. Picture: Steph Hartley

Extreme weather is just another fashion opportunity for stylish Toby in Hatfield. Picture: Natalie Coakley BatesExtreme weather is just another fashion opportunity for stylish Toby in Hatfield. Picture: Natalie Coakley Bates

Left-right: Alice-Rose, 6; Mr Snowman, approx. 1 day; Arnie, 9; and Vinnie, 3. Picture: Alice RoseLeft-right: Alice-Rose, 6; Mr Snowman, approx. 1 day; Arnie, 9; and Vinnie, 3. Picture: Alice Rose

14 year old Milly May in Hatfield staying a little calmer than the younger pups. Picture: Penny Galloway14 year old Milly May in Hatfield staying a little calmer than the younger pups. Picture: Penny Galloway

AJ in Welwyn Garden City is almost as white as the snow itself. Picture: Claire LouiseAJ in Welwyn Garden City is almost as white as the snow itself. Picture: Claire Louise

Has Poppy in Stanborough been having a sneaky snow snack? Picture: Cheryl GoldfinchHas Poppy in Stanborough been having a sneaky snow snack? Picture: Cheryl Goldfinch

Here's Toby enjoying the snow in Hillyfields. Picture: Elaine HornseyHere's Toby enjoying the snow in Hillyfields. Picture: Elaine Hornsey

Lexi on a trip to Stanborough Lakes. Picture: Hannah WoolnerLexi on a trip to Stanborough Lakes. Picture: Hannah Woolner

Here's Arthur the snowman waiting for the 724 bus in Panshanger. Picture: Alison LillyHere's Arthur the snowman waiting for the 724 bus in Panshanger. Picture: Alison Lilly

Barnaby Barnaby "loves" the snow, says Lian Cook in WGC. Picture: Lian Cook

Unllike Barnaby, Sullivan is not a snow fan. Picture: Lian CookUnllike Barnaby, Sullivan is not a snow fan. Picture: Lian Cook

Seth making a great camouflage attempt. Picture: Elle RobinSeth making a great camouflage attempt. Picture: Elle Robin

Eight-year-old Tilly from Welwyn Garden City built this snowman all by herself. Picture: Karen Onky Warren GrodenzEight-year-old Tilly from Welwyn Garden City built this snowman all by herself. Picture: Karen Onky Warren Grodenz

Handsome Kai very much in his element at Moneyhole Fields. Picture: Laura JayneHandsome Kai very much in his element at Moneyhole Fields. Picture: Laura Jayne

Hatfield's Charlie is the most stylish cat in town. Picture: Debbie MartinHatfield's Charlie is the most stylish cat in town. Picture: Debbie Martin

Little Ronnie with an even littler friend. Picture: Alison LillyLittle Ronnie with an even littler friend. Picture: Alison Lilly

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