Could you give Alfie a loving home?
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier first came to RSPCA Sheffield’s kennels in Attercliffe last August and staff at the centre quickly fell in love with the ‘amazing little chap.’
Alfie was brought to the RSPCA due to welfare issues and, according to staff, was in a ‘right old state’ when he was brought it.
Adam Spencer, of RSPCA Sheffield, said: “Alfie’s skin was really sore and he was rather down in the dumps, bue he really is the most amazing little chap and we have no idea why he hasn’t already been rehomed - he is hilarious!
“He pulls comedy faces, adores to play and have fun and loves pretty much everyone and everything. He would love an exciting adn active home with lots of occupy and interest him.
“We would say Alfie is suitable to live with children aged eight years or over and we feel he would like to be in the only pet in the household. He absolutely adores toys and has been learning that games are so much fun if he lets us play too.
“He makes us smile every day and he really deserves to be loved and adored. Could you offer this lovely lad a home?”
Four-year-old Alfie is tan and white, has no known health issues and requires at least two 30 minute walks a day.
To find out more about Alfie, or to offer him a forever home, call RSPCA Sheffield on 0114 2898050.