Can you take a chance on this blue-eyed boy?

American Bulldog Chance is an adorable pooch who is around four years old. He is currently at RSPCA Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre and is awaiting his forever home.

Chance 3Kennel and cattery supervisor Chris Butler said: “Chance is one of a kind – he is loveable and friendly with everyone he meets, but sadly he has so far been overlooked by visitors and hasn’t found his perfect match yet.

“He came into our centre very underweight and, having spent most of his life tied up to an outside kennel and had missed out on a lot of basic training.

“But he is very responsive to commands and eager to please. Chance has just been lead trained and is progressing very well.

“He has been with us for a couple of months and is now ready to settle into a proper home with his own family.”

Chris added that they are also trying to get the word out about Baxter the cat, who like Chance sadly hasn’t had much interest from visitors.

The black and white shorthair crossbreed has plenty of experience as he is around 12 years-old, and is looking for a home where he can sit back and relax.

“After a good night sleep, he is usually up early to do his morning patrol of the cattery and checks all the beds have been made -usually carried out with lots of vocal commands! After a mid morning snack, he conserves his energy for the afternoon patrol and inspection. baxter

“Baxter is a cat full of character and charm, he now needs a suitable retirement home appropriate for an ex-military moggy!”

If you would like give Chance or Baxter a forever home, you can get in touch with the Bryn-y-Maen animal centre on 0300 123 0745 or by emailing brynymaen@rspca.org.uk.

If you’d like to find out about some of the other animals that are at the centre, please visit https://goo.gl/SF9ddu.

The centre is open between 11am and 4pm everyday, except Wednesdays.

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