He only has love to give – but has been struggling to secure a new home due to his disability.
Little Moses, who has three legs, was subjected to the worst of humanity before being rescued by the team at Miracle’s Mission.
Set up by Victoria Bryceson in 2015, Miracle’s Mission is a UK registered animal welfare charity who work predominantly in the UK, Borneo and Egypt.
She said: “Beautiful boy Moses is looking for his forever home. He has been in foster care for a while and now he’s ready to find his own sofa.
“Originally from Romania, having been thrown out on the motorway with his front paw chopped off, he’s now healed but due to the positioning of his limb he is unable to have a prosthetic limb attached.
While the crossbreed, thought to be about eight-years-old, is “extremely friendly”, he would be best suited to a home without children.
Victoria added: “He will require a quiet relaxed home, with only short walks but more mental stimulation – play therapy.
“He would suit a retired, mature but active family lifestyle with someone who can care for him
“He needs a child free environment to enable him to relax but can share his home with another dog as long as he is given some time to adjust.”
He is fully vaccinated, microchipped and neutered – and can be rehomed to anywhere in the UK.
When setting up Miracle’s Mission, Victoria made it her responsibility to provide a “place of safety for animals in danger, to educate on the needs of neutering both pets and strays and to neuter stray dogs and cats to prevent the birth of more animals onto the streets”.
A statement reads: “Miracle’s Mission was founded after a trip to Borneo made Victoria aware of the severity of the street dog population.
“Working with animal shelters over there, it became apparent that whilst these shelters were caring for the animals, the root cause was yet to be addressed.
“Allowing un-neutered cats and dogs to roam the streets meant that puppies and kittens were being born onto the streets at an alarming rate, with a grim life ahead of them.
“Therefore Miracle’s Mission came into existence with the main aim to neuter stray animals on the streets of Borneo and decrease the population of dogs and cats suffering.