Eleven pets looking for their forever homes, can you help?
- Credit: East Norfolk RSPCAt
Three local charities which care for unwanted pets are hoping people will come forward and adopt.
There are lots of cats, dogs and even a budgie whose heart would fly to get a family to look after him.
THE RSPCA East Norfolk Branch has lots of cats currently in their care, lots are mums with kittens who are too young to be rehomed yet.
These lovely ones are ready for homes now, most of them have gone into care through no fault of their own.
Mauve is a sweet little black female, she is full of fun and love and is looking for her forever home really soon. Hopefully she will go with one of her siblings for company.
Indigo is a cheeky little mischief maker, he is beautiful and looking for his forever home very soon.
Very big gentle giant Bazaar is desperately in need of someone to love. He is a real character who has so much to give to his new owners.
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Ali G is no longer an alley cat but rather a more pampered pussy cat, and he can’t wait to get his paws under the table of a family.
Fuchsia is two years old and a sweet friendly female. She has just brought up a litter of kittens and is looking for a loving home to take care of her forever.
And finally, the RSPCA has Tweetie Pie the budgie, who is getting in a real flap wondering if anyone will give him a loving home.
All of the cats are neutered, vaccinated and microchipped, up to date with flea and worming and health checked by a vet.
They also come with six weeks free pet insurance if you register on adoption. There is a small adoption fee of just £50 for cats and kittens. This in no way covers the costs to the branch but just helps them continue their work. Please visit the website for more information at www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk or call the adoption line on 07867 972870.
THIS week’s Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders’ pet is Mackie. Small for a boy, what Mackie lacks in size he makes up for in character, he’s a very happy boy with a tail that doesn’t stop wagging! Friendly with all, Mackie loves lots of fuss and cuddles, he’s kind-natured, fun and sure to make a super companion for a lucky person. Mackie has the added bonus of being used to the home environment and would happily live alongside another hound too. For more information, or to meet Mackie, contact Homefinding co-ordinator Corinne Douglas, on Homefinders’ local rate call number, 0845 458 3797.
THE Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust is desperately hoping to rehome a lovely dog who keeps being overlooked, among the four being featured this week.
Blaze is a seven year old Labrador/Staffie, a very friendly loving dog who likes nothing more than trying to sit on a lap. Blaze has been in the kennels of the Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust for a long time, through no fault of his and seems to be overlooked. He has good manners and will make a good companion and is vaccinated, chipped and neutered. For details, call Christine 01502 740787 or 07803 745541/ Andy on 07557 127625.
Washington is a one year old male Boxer x Staffie. Vaccinated, chipped and neutered, and is full of life as you would expect from youngster. He seems okay with other dogs, is very friendly and loves people. He would be too much with a very young family – he’s still at that jumping up stage. However, he will make a good companion with an energetic family.
Buddy a 15 month old Lurcher is also vaccinated, neutered and chipped. He seems okay with other dogs and 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. Buddy is a very friendly, happy dog.
Ruby the Rottweiler was born in August 2014. She is strong on lead and although obeys some commands is not so keen when she sees other dogs so she needs an owner who can give her the time and training she requires, and maybe has had experience with Rottweilers in the past.
Anyone interested in any of these dogs can call for more details: Christine 01502 740787 or 07803 745541/ Andy on 07557 127625.