A shy Staffordshire Bull Terrier in RSPCA kennels in Sheffield for a second time is in need of a new home.
Lucy Lockett is in the care of staff and volunteers at the RSPCA’s animal centre in Attercliffe after being taken in by inspectors because of a change in circumstances at her previous home.
She had been adopted from the RSPCA when she was younger, with the charity keen for her to have ‘another chance of happiness’.
They describe Lucy as ‘adorable’ and say she will make a ‘loyal companion’.
Acting Animal Care Manager, Tammy Wilson, said: “This brindle beauty was adopted from us as a puppy but she has unfortunately come back to us due to a change in circumstances.
“She is extremely sweet but a shy little lady.
“Lucy is looking for a quieter home where she can take life at her own pace without any fuss or worry.”
The RSPCA can organise a one-to-one meeting with the Staffie to help potential adopters make a decision.
The charity’s animal centre is open from 12.30pm until 3.30pm daily.
It is hosting a sale of branded clothing at its centre on Stadium Way, Attercliffe, on Saturday, July 18 to raise cash to fund its work.
For more information about Lucy visit 0114 2898050.
Details on the work of the RSPCA in Sheffield can be found on the charity’s website - www.rspcasheffield.org