Ty’s family started keeping him in a crate all day and all night when he started destroying things in their home, and they weren’t sure how to handle it. They knew keeping Ty in a crate all the time wasn’t a good solution, though, so finally they decided to surrender him to the RSPCA, in hopes that it could find him a more suitable home.
Animal collection officer Cara Gibbon went out to Ty’s home to get him and brought him to the RSPCA’s Coventry, Nuneaton and District Branch shelter. When they arrived, she could see that Ty had a lot of energy and was going a little stir-crazy from being kept in a crate for so long. So, instead of bringing him right to his enclosure, she decided to let him have a little fun.