Stella is a “pocket rocket” who misses being part of a family
Stella, a nine-year-old Staffy, was admitted to the RSPCA Animal Home in York for personal reasons and through no fault of her own.
Animal house staff describe her as “a really sweet and friendly girl who is now looking for a loving forever home”.
Staff say she is a happy girl who is playful and lively and enjoys being with people.
“Stella is a little pocket rocket who likes to live her life to the fullest,” a staff member said.
“She will need adopters who will take her on beautiful walks and adventures.”
Staff say Stella will jump into your lap for hugs at the slightest excuse – and stay there as long as she can, enjoying whatever she can.
They add that, unfortunately, Stella is not adapting very well to kennel life.
“She misses being part of a family and a home,” the staffer said.
“But Stella will make a fantastic addition to the family.”
She will need a home where she will not be left alone for long periods of time, according to animal center staff.
But there will be huge rewards for whoever adopts it.
“Stella is a happy little girl who will bring so much joy to the family lucky enough to adopt her,” the staffer said.
Animal center staff point out that Sella will need a home where she is the only pet.
All children in the adopting family must be 10 years of age or older.
The RSPCA York Animal Home is an independent animal shelter and relies on the support and funding of our local supporters to enable us to rehome hundreds of cats, dogs, small animals and wildlife each year.
To find out more visit www.rspca-yorkhome.org.uk