Charlie is looking for a third chance

UNLUCKY . . . Charlie.
UNLUCKY . . . Charlie.

EVERY week the Times & Speaker teams up with the Scottish SPCA in a bid to rehome a pet.

And this week is the turn of Charlie, who is being looked after at the charity’s Lanarkshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Hamilton.

Lorraine Alba, assistant manager at the centre, said: “Charlie is a very handsome male greyhound aged three to five.

“He originally arrived here in a very poor state after being found as a stray back in February. He was starving and covered in painful sores but this brave boy soon raced to recovery.

“Charlie was rehomed but, unfortunately, he recently had to be returned due to a change in his new owner’s circumstances.

“He has now been used to living with older children but he has not shared his home with any other animals.

“Charlie really deserves to find a permanent home where he can live happily for the rest of his life.

If you can give Charlie a loving home, please call the SSPCA Animal Helpline 03000 999 999, quoting reference Motherwell Times.

The Lanarkshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre, on Bothwell Road, is open Monday to Sunday from 10am until 4pm.