AN OVERLOOKED greyhound who has spent nearly two years in kennels is hoping to find his ‘furever’ home in time for his birthday.
Four year-old Jet is one of Dog Trust Kenilworth’s long-term residents and in July will celebrate his fifth birthday.
The affectionate pup is currently stopping in a temporary foster home, but staff at the rehoming centre say nothing will compare to a home and family of his own.
Sabrina Holder, who arranges foster schemes at the centre, said: “Jet is a lovely, playful Greyhound who loves being around people. He is housetrained, could live with another dog and older children, so he’d make a great family pet in the right home and we’re all baffled as to why he’s still waiting to be adopted.
“He is looking for a home where someone is around for most of the day to give him lots of fuss and with someone who is happy to give him the exercise he needs, as well as a nice comfy sofa for him to stretch out on and put his paws up.
“Jet is a friendly and loving chap and we really hope that he can find a home before his birthday in July.”
Jet does have epilepsy which is managed with medication. The charity say they will help support the family with medical costs associated with this condition.
Call 0300 303 0292 to find out more about rehoming Jet or pop into the centre in Honiley.