After being abandoned on a London bus, ten-year-old Staffie, Chelsea, has found her way to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and she’s hoping a new home with a loving family is her next and final stop.
Chelsea arrived at the charity in June after she was found on a bus on Bromley Road, Lewisham, with a very large scar across her shoulder which staff think may be the result of a burn.
Battersea’s Rehoming and Welfare Managerebecca MacIver said:
“Although we know nothing about Chelsea’s history, it would be fair to say that this smiley Staffie hasn’t had the best luck so far.”
“For this lovely girl to be brought into Battersea after being stranded on a bus is really unfortunate; especially as she’s an older dog. Sadly, Chelsea has found kennels to be quite a stressful environment so we’re hoping she’ll find a home soon. She’s a very people orientated dog, and would love nothing more than to live out her twilight years surrounded by a new and loving family to call her own.”
If you have room in your heart and home to be Chelsea’s final destination, please contact the Battersea rehoming team on 0800 001 4444 or visit www.battersea.org.uk/rehoming.