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Britain's 'Loneliest' Dog Has Been Looking For Her Forever Home For 1,000 Days

Britain's 'Loneliest' Dog Has Been Looking For Her Forever Home For 1,000 Days

Faith spent her 1000th day in kennels on Sunday 6th October and now she's looking for her forever home.

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara Sheppard

A beautiful Staffie who has spent almost all of her life in care has just spent her 1000th day in kennels.

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Staffordshire Bull Terrier Faith was brought in to a rescue centre almost three years ago when she was just a puppy and hasn't had any luck with adopters since.

But RSPCA staff refuse to lose faith and are attempting to re-home the charity's longest-standing resident.

Three-year-old Faith arrived at the RSPCA's Bath Cats & Dogs Home back in 2017 having been found dodging traffic by actor Anthony Head (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Little Britain, The Inbetweeners Movie) and his wife, Sarah Fisher.


Faith spent her 1000th day at the home on Sunday 6th October, and while she has the loving staff to care for her, the pooch is in need of a forever home.

Rachel Jones, from Bath Cats & Dogs Home, said: "Poor Faith is constantly overlooked because she's a brindle Staffie and struggles around other dogs. But she's a beautiful girl and all of the staff here love her.

"She makes friends quickly and loves to snooze on your lap and play with toys. She really enjoys training and is very bright.


"When she first arrived she didn't know any commands or skills but she's picked up lots of tricks and is a very well-behaved girl."

Rachel adds: "She's a real favourite among staff and volunteers who've become extremely attached to her over the years. But we're all so desperate for her to go off to a loving forever home and we simply can't understand why no one wants to give her a chance.

The charity are looking for someone who can offer Faith a calm home in quiet surroundings.

The pooch could live with older children if they are confident and comfortable around dogs.

Faith is muzzle trained and walks nicely on the lead but will benefit from a steady routine with access to walking areas away from other dogs as she can be reactive.

Somewhere with a large garden would be ideal so Faith can enjoy some fun off-lead.

Faith can be left alone for short periods and settles nicely with a chew, according to the charity.

Rachel adds: "Faith will make a loving companion and a fun play friend and we really hope someone will give her a second chance this Adoptober!"

You can visit Faith's online profile here or contact Bath Cats & Dogs Home on [email protected] or 01225 787321.

Featured Image Credit: RSPCA

Topics: Dog, Life News