A ‘LOVELY’ French bulldog who was ‘dumped’ at a Warrington animal shelter is looking for his forever home.

The adorable Frank is a male Frenchie and was handed into Warrington Animal Welfare with little information about who he was or where he had come from,

He is estimated to be four or five years old and is a described as a ‘lovely friendly chap who adores attention’.

Detailing the circumstance in which Frank came to find himself at the town centre shelter, a spokesman for Warrington Animal Welfare said: “Fabulous Frank has found himself surplus to requirements and is now looking for a new home.

“He was dumped off at Warrington Animal Welfare and we were given very little information about him, including his name.”

Warrington Guardian: Frank is looking for a forever homeFrank is looking for a forever home (Image: Warrington Animal Welfare)

The Sluthers Lane shelter advised that Frank, who is covered in brown, black and white markings, would be better suited to an adult only home, or a family with children older than 14 years.

The spokesman added: “Frank has been seen by the vet and seems in good health.

“He enjoys his walks, is good on the lead, good with other dogs and has little interest doesn't seem overly bothered about cats.”

If you are interested in meeting the adorable French bulldog, or finding out more details, visit warringtonanimalwelfare.org.uk