Kylie Searches For Her Jason This Valentine's Day

Kylie Searches For Her Jason This Valentine’s Day

As Valentine’s Day approaches, Dogs Trust Shoreham is appealing to Sussex residents to rehome an overlooked pooch who is desperately looking for their special someone. As most people are celebrating romance on the 14th February, Kylie is searching for her Jason. Unlucky in love thus far, the homeless hound is hoping that she is ‘especially for you’.

Staff at the rehoming centre are concerned that Kylie may have been overlooked by hundreds of potential new owners due to her unusual, different coloured eyes. Abandoned and found wandering the streets as a stray, the rescue dog is desperate to find love ahead of the most romantic day of the year. Although she gets lots of fuss and attention from her carers who adore her, nothing compares to finding a loving home of her own.

Just like the famous Kylie, the Beagle Terrier cross is described by staff as a “busy and delightful lady” who would suit an owner that has the time for plenty of walks to keep her physically and mentally occupied. Kylie has tonnes of love to give, yet sadly continues to be ignored by potential adopters.

Tracey Rae, Rehoming Centre Manager at Dogs Trust Shoreham, explains: “All of us at the Rehoming Centre adore Kylie as she is such a sweet and special girl – we were instantly won over by her striking looks. However, we are concerned that she misses having a family to call their own. She’s a super dog with a fantastic personality so we just can’t work out why nobody wants her. One-year-old Kylie can be slightly timid at first until she gets to know you, but then her cheeky side really comes out! All of her carers and canine chums are hoping this Valentine’s Day that somebody out there realises Kylie is their “pawfect” match!”

With two different coloured eyes, Kylie joins an elite group of leading ladies who have similar characteristics, including Mila Kunis, Kate Bosworth and original Bond girl, Jane Seymour OBE.

Kylie is looking for a home with a calm four-legged friend who can show her the ropes. This sweet and affectionate girl can live with teens aged 14 years and up, and would love a garden to call her own. Kylie would like her new family to have the time to help her fully settle in; building up the time she is left alone gradually. When she is not walking and exploring new smells outdoors, Kylie loves to snuggle up on a lap.

Could you be the one for Kylie this Valentine’s Day?

If you are interested in rehoming Kylie or any other canines, please contact Dogs Trust Shoreham directly on 0300 303 0292 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk.