10:27AM, Monday 22 December 2014
The longest-serving resident at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Old Windsor is appealing for a new home this Christmas.
Biscuit the dog has spent close to 700 days in the Berkshire rescue centre's care, accounting for the majority of his life.
After arriving as a stray in February 2013, the two-year-old mongrel has watched over 4,900 dogs find new homes, while he continues to be brushed aside by thousands of future families.
Battersea Old Windsor's centre manager, Kaye Mughal, said: "It's unbelievable Biscuit still hasn't found a home when he's such a beautiful and fun-loving dog who would fit in perfectly with a family."
Biscuit is looking for a home with experienced owners, who live away from the inner city and do not have any other pets. He would enjoy regular walks and a private garden where he can play.
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