Cats and dogs waiting patiently for forever new owners to choose them
PUBLISHED: 22:57 16 May 2017 | UPDATED: 23:16 16 May 2017
RSPCA East Norfolk
Can anyone offer any of these lovely pets a new home. They are all currently in the care of charities who would love to see them haveth their own families.
This week’s Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders’ featured pet is Neddie. A beautiful big fawn boy, Neddie is sure to attract lots of attention wherever he goes. Neddie can be strong on the lead, he loves going for walks and finds all the new sights and smells very exciting at the moment, however he is very well mannered around children and smaller dogs. Playful too, Neddie enjoys a game of ball, he will make a super pet for an active family. For details, or to meet Neddie, contact Homefinding Co-ordinator Corinne Douglas, on Homefinders’ local rate call number, 0845 458 3797.
The RSPCA East Norfolk is full of lovely animals looking for new homes – can you help take one on so another stray or unwanted pet can take its place?
Bond is a very confident young tabby male and approximately a year old. He is friendly and would be happiest in an adult home.
Bazaar is a lovely big cat, he is super sleek and handsome and is a very strong cat. He would love to have a large garden or lots of space to explore after he has settled in.
Bunny is a timid little tabby cat, she doesn’t like to really go outside so may be happiest living indoors. It would be lovely if she had a nice garden to perhaps venture in to when she is more confident. She would have to have company around during the day and she is between four to six years old.
Topps is another handsome young tabby male cat, he is very friendly and has lived with other cats in the past. He hopes he is not waiting very long for his new family.
Little kitten Barnacle would love to go to a new home with his brother Reef, they are both now 9-10 weeks of age and are ready for some fun and games in a forever home with loving owners
Boots is a character, a lovely looking cat and has previously lived as an indoor cat. She can be a bit of a diva at times but lovely as well. She would need a nice quiet adult home where she can do her own thing and a small garden where she could sit out in the sun may make her a whole lot happier. She has been with the charity for some time now and she neesd a home soon for her own wellbeing.
All of the RSPCA animals are neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. They are all up to date with flea and worming. They are health checked by a vet. Call the adoption line on 07867 972870 or visit the website www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk
The Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust has four dogs who would be good pets
Washington is a one year old male Boxer cross Staffie. She is full of life as you would expect from a year old. She seems okay with other dogs. Very friendly, she loves people and he would be too much with a very young family. She needs to be in a family with older children due to the fact he’s still at the jumping up stage. Will make a good companion with an energetic family.
Buddy is a 15 month old Lurcher. She seems okay with other dogs. 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.
Poppy, a year old Collie and Staffie, is good with other dogs and good recall on recall. A reserved/shy dog she needs to be in a household where she’s not left. An ideal companion.
Texas is a friendly dog who loves a fuss. The 16 month old Staffie loves playing with a ball and is good on the lead. He would make an ideal pet.
All the animals are vaccinated, chipped and neutered.
For more information on any of the Trust dogs, call Christine on 01502 740787 or 07803 745541; or Andy 01493 603798 or 07557 127625