Leyna gets new home

PUBLISHED: 12:27 27 April 2006 | UPDATED: 14:40 12 May 2010

Leyna has now got a caring new home

Leyna has now got a caring new home

A PUPPY which was dumped at the side of a road near Wimpole Hall has found a new home. Seven-week-old Leyna, a German Shepherd cross, was taken to the Wood Green Animal Shelter in Godmanchester after she was left last week. A white Escort van was seen bei

A PUPPY which was dumped at the side of a road near Wimpole Hall has found a new home.

Seven-week-old Leyna, a German Shepherd cross, was taken to the Wood Green Animal Shelter in Godmanchester after she was left last week.

A white Escort van was seen being driven away from the scene with children crying in the back.

But staff at the shelter are now thrilled that she has been re-homed with a family from Huntingdon.

Nicola Bacon, communications manager at the shelter, said: "Puppies generally tend to be re-homed quickly, but it's great for her to be re-homed with such a lovely family after such a traumatic experience.


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