Can you give these lovely kittens, cats and dogs a new home?
- Credit: Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders
Can you give a home to these lovely kittens, cats and dogs, currently in the care of local animal charities? They would love to have their own family.
This week’s Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders’ featured pet is Del Boy. Del Boy is an attractive hound with his bright white coat and shiny black markings. A fit and strong young boy, if you enjoy a long walk, Del Boy would love to be your walking companion. Friendly and confident, Del Boy is very well mannered around other breeds of dogs whilst out. He will make a great pet once he settles in a home environment. For more information, or to meet Del Boy, contact Homefinding Co-ordinator Corinne Douglas, on local rate call number, 0845 458 3797.
The Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust has the following dogs looking for homes:
Wisper is a three year old female Sproker. She is white and brown, vaccinated and chipped and has been living with children aged 5 to 7 years. A new baby has come into the family which Wisper has shown a dislike to. So she needs to be rehomed with older children.
Buddy is a 15 month old Lurcher, who is vaccinated, neutered and chipped. He needs to be in a household where he’s not left and a household that has lots of energy. An older family would be more suited as he’s still young. A very friendly, happy dog.
Tia is a female Staffie born 2012, who is very friendly and active. She knows a few commands and is fine with other dogs, but very excitable. Vaccinated and chipped.
Tess is a Border Collie cross, born August last year. She is a superb dog knowing many commands and is very loving. Tess is in excellent condition, very friendly with other dogs, no history with regards to children or cats. Would make an ideal pet.
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For any details about these dogs or other dogs in the charity’s care, call Christine 01502 740787 or 07803 745541; Andy 01493 603798 or 07557127625.
This week at the RSPCA East Norfolk Branch there are lots of new arrivals – the following are just a few of the little cuties:
Terri is just a delightful little tabby female kitten, she is around 10 to 11 weeks old and ready for her forever home. She is very confident and full of mischief.
Kit Kat is an older cat and just needs a break, he went into the RSPCA in a bad way after being left behind. He has recently had lots of teeth removed and is feeling on top of the world now. He has lived with another cat in the past but would be quite happy to find a home that would care for him. He is around 9-10 years of age.
Elton, John and Kiki-Dee are looking for forever homes, they are 8-9 weeks old and will be ready to leave for their new homes soon. They love to cuddle up to each other.
Nora is a very friendly happy cat and would be fine with a family. She is lovely and friendly and hoping to be in her new home really soon.
Horatio and his five siblings are looking for homes there are four boys and two girls and all are lovely kittens. They are 8 weeks old and will be ready to leave within the week.
Miele is a lovely friendly cat she is four years old and stunning to look at. She will need an adult home who will care for her needs as she has been let down by humans in the past.
All of the RSPCA cats and dogs are neutered, vaccinated, and micro chipped, vet checked and on a flea and worm programme. For more information visit the website at www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk.
To adopt an animal please call 07867 972870.