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Edna’s search for a new home continues

A LOVELY Staffordshire Bull Terrier is still waiting to be re-homed after being in an animal shelter for the past six months.

 

Seven-year-old Edna is described by staff as ‘a wonderful friendly Staffy girl who absolutely loves people.’

 

She is very affectionate and really enjoys her cuddles. She would make a great addition to a family who are after a cuddly companion. She loves blankets and has a favourite which she loves to snuggle on.

 

Edna was finding kennel life hard, and so she is currently living in a foster home. She would like a quiet forever home where she is the only pet.

 

RSPCA Sussex Chichester and District branch, Mount Noddy, is self-funded and relies on the generosity of those living in the Post area.

 

Branch manager Sue Botherway said: “Edna has been with us since the beginning of July. She is adorable. She loves people and being cuddled and thinks she is a lap dog.

 

“She is seven years old and has elbow dysplasia so is on anti-inflammatory tablets. She is great with dogs out and about but due to her elbows doesn’t play too much.”

 

The animal centre is also looking for a new home for a dog which was abandoned at a vet on Christmas Eve.

 

Rocco, a Jack Russell terrier crossbreed, is only around seven months old and needs quite a bit of training.

 

He doesn’t like being left and would suit a family with someone at home most of the day.

 

Anybody interested in adopting Edna, Rocco or any of the other animals, should call or email Mount Noddy at: info@rspcamountnoddy.org.uk or 01243 773359.

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