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One-eyed pug Thelma searches for her very own Louise

Special pug seeks special home to call her own.

A one-eyed pug called Thelma is searching for her very own Louise.

Five-year-old Thelma arrived at the RSPCA’s Mid Norfolk & North Suffolk branch in May when her previous owner could no longer care for her.

She and her sister - another one-eyed pug called Fudge - needed treatment for their remaining eyes which were both in poor condition.

Thelma has needed several operations to improve her eye and now has 30% vision. Her sister’s eye was in much better condition and she was quickly rehomed.

Now Thelma is ready to find a new best friend.

Chloe Shorten, animal welfare manager at the RSPCA branch, said: “Thelma is a pretty pug princess and her one eye just makes her unique!

“She loves to spend her day sleeping and is very food orientated. She likes gentle strokes and the odd bottom scratch but her favourite thing in the world is her toy collection!

“She absolutely love, love, loves toys but doesn’t like to share them!”

Thelma is now on medication which she will need for the rest of her life. She’s looking for a home that can provide her with a safe environment that she can navigate easily despite her limited vision.

She could live with another dog, a cat and with children. She can be left alone for short periods but would benefit from some training so she can learn sit and other commands.

“Despite her sight problems, Thelma has a huge personality and is a really happy little dog,” Chloe added.

“She will make someone a wonderful companion and we’d love to find her her very own Louise!”

For more information about Thelma visit her online profile or contact RSPCA Mid Norfolk & North Suffolk on 0303 040 1565.

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