A dog which survived being shot through the head with a crossbow last October has been rehomed.
It was touch-and-go when the two-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier was found with a 20 inch carbon fibre bolt going through his head in October 2014, in remote woods near Wansford.
Now he has new owners, Dominic O’Hare and Anna Burton-Wood, both from Watford.
They heard Ziggy’s story through a Tweet. Dominic said: “I caught sight of the infamous image of Ziggy with a bolt through his head - and as a dog lover just had to click on the story - right away.”
RSPCA inspector Justin Stubbs, said: “
“It just amazed me how Ziggy stayed so trusting and affectionate regardless of the ordeal.
“I will never forget him.”