Kai the dog finds new owner after being abandoned outside Scottish railway station

The Scottish SPCA was inundated with offers to adopt Kai

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The shar-pei cross who was found abandoned at a railway station with a suitcase with his belongings has found a new home.

Kai was tied to a railing outside Ayr station in Scotland. The suitcase held a number of the dog's belongings, including a pillow, toy, food bowl and food.


The Scottish SPCA was inundated with offers to adopt Kai. He has since been taken home by Ian Russell, 52, who was heartbroken when his Dalmatian Mica, who he had owned for 15 years passed away.

Kai the dog with his new owner Ian Russell at a Scottish SPCA office in Glasgow

Ian told the BBC: "When I heard about Kai I knew the little guy needed a break but I never thought in a million years I'd get him.

“Being the one to re-home Kai is a bit like winning the lottery and I'm really looking forward to getting him home and bonding with him."

The Scottish SPCA said it was still investigating the circumstances which led to Kai being abandoned.