Sue was rescued when she was a young puppy and came at the shelter on August 22, 2017. The adorable puppy soon adapted to all the luxuries of the Bath Cats and Dogs Home foster home.
Sue was supposed to find a permanent home shortly, according to the volunteers at the shelter, but it appears that they were all mistaken. Sue has already been here for four years, and she is still looking for the ideal family.
Since she was just a few weeks old when she first came, the lovely Sue has spent the most of her existence in the shelter.
Sue had the chance to be adopted in 2018, but the family gave her back, according to the shelter’s staff. She has always been known as a very lovely, outgoing dog, so no one can fathom why she is still looking for a home after all this time.
Shelter director Rachel Jones issued the following statement:
“Poor Sue hasn’t been relocated for unknown reasons. Although she is loved by all of us and enjoys long walks and lots of attention, we are anxious to find her a place of her own.”
The worst part is that since he entered the shelter, he has observed how 941 of the other animals housed there have found new homes.
Nobody gives up hope, though, and they remain hopeful that one day the ideal family will come to the shelter and decide to adopt her. Although Sue has some behavioral challenges, this has not yet happened, and she has performed admirably throughout the training process.
Everyone is also certain that Sue can continue to behave well and adapt well to her new home with the proper family.
In her words:
“Sue is a nice and clever little dog, but she may occasionally become overexcited, so she would benefit from parents who can help her with her training! he has toys!”
Although it is advised that he remain the sole pet in his probable new permanent home, he is also quite gregarious and enjoys making new friends. Although Sue is intelligent and proficient in simple instructions like sit and paw, there is little question that she is capable of learning much more.