A heart warming tale of canine love to finish off this week’s Hinterland – this story tells us: 

A lurcher dubbed “Britain’s loneliest dog” has finally found a “forever” home.

Two-year-old Hector had been in a shelter since he was rescued by the RSPCA over welfare concerns in 2017.

Hundreds of people from all over the world offered to re-home him after a campaign by Little Valley Animal Shelter in Exeter, Devon, went viral. 

The lonely lurcher, who spent more than 500 days at the shelter, had been its longest-staying resident. 

“We couldn’t be happier for him,” the shelter said. “We can’t stop smiling.”

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