Can you give one of these pets a forever home?
PUBLISHED: 14:10 14 April 2017 | UPDATED: 14:10 14 April 2017
East Norfolk RSPCA
Here are several pets looking for their new and forever homes, all of themn are currently in the care of local charities.
Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders are looking for a home for Muttley, a big softie with a lovely fluffy black coat and a happy expression, his tail never stops wagging. An affectionate boy, Muttley loves to be with people getting lots of love, fuss and treats.
A playful character too, Muttley likes a game with his tennis balls, he will be a fun, friendly pet and can’t wait to be a part of a loving family.
For more information, or to meet Muttley, contact Homefinding Co-ordinator Corinne Douglas, on Homefinders local rate call number, 0845 458 3797.
Please consider giving on of these beautiful cats and kittens a second chance of a good life – some haven’t had a good start at all. They are all in the care of the East Norfolk RSPCA branch.
Lottie is a young female cat around 8-12 months old. She was born out in the open on an allotment. Since being with charity she realises she actually likes humans, regular food and a cuddle, so is just like any other cat now. She just needs a little patience initially till she knows you.
Shaw will certainly melt your heart, a male ginger adorable cat. Shaw came to the charity battered and bruised from so many fights. He is just a big old softie and such a nice cat.
Geordie, the very handsome tabby male is still with the charity. He is a stunning cat with just a great temperament as well. He just needs to be an only cat as he gets bothered by other pets if living in the same home.
Boots is a very pretty cat, she will need a patient owner who does not mind sharing their home with her. She does not like to be stroked or picked up and has lived for the past few years as an indoor cat. She would be happiest with no other pets in an adult home.
Miele is a very pretty petite little female apricot and white cat. She is very friendly but can be a little shy initially then she is running circles round you. She will need a home as the only pet as she was very stressed and bullied in her previous home by other pets.
Roadie will need a very special home as a three legged feral cat. He is about a year old and went into the care of the charity after a road accident. Roadie has recovered so well and deserves a chance.
All the animals in the care of the charity are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and up to date with flea and worming. They are health checked by a vet, come with six weeks free pet insurance if you register on adoption.
Visit the website www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk or call the adoption line on 07867 972870.
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