RSPCA seeks new home for loving dog rescued as part of a cruelty case
The RSPCA in Sheffield is looking for a new home for a dog rescued as part of a cruelty case.
Lilly, a Staffy-Bull Terrier cross, arrived at the RSPCA’s kennels in Attercliffe in 2014 and was adopted but later brought back because of problems mixing with her new owner’s other dog.
Staff say the six-year-old ‘has been in and out of kennels for the past two years through no fault of her own’ and are highlighting her plight as part of their ‘Give A Dog A Home’ campaign, aimed at finding forever homes for more unwanted, neglected and abandoned dogs.
A spokesman said: “Lilly has had an incredibly difficult time in the fact that she has been in and out of kennels for the past two years through no fault of her own.
“She was originally brought to us as part of a cruelty investigation with another dog who has since been re-homed.
“After no joy at being picked here we tried to re-home her at a neighbouring branch where she got adopted, but it didn’t work out as she and the existing dog didn’t see eye to eye, and so she has found herself here again.
“She seems to fed up of been passed from pillar to post when all she wants is the affections, consistency and the peace that only a home of her own can offer.
“We truly can’t understand why she hasn’t had success yet.”
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