Can you give one of these pets a new loving home?

PUBLISHED: 17:21 16 January 2018 | UPDATED: 17:21 16 January 2018

Boggle. East Norfolk RSPCA

Boggle. East Norfolk RSPCA

East Norfolk RSPCA

The Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust is looking for new loving homes for four dogs and a mother cat, whose kittens have already found families.

Rolo. Norfolk & Suffolk Animal TrustRolo. Norfolk & Suffolk Animal Trust

Baxter is a seven month old male Staffie. Chipped and castrated he is very friendly and loves cuddles. He’s a little excitable, but that’s due to his age.

Beau is a seven year old male Staffie. He too is vaccinated, chipped and castrated and has a good temperament. Beau will make a good companion.

Another Staffie, Megan, is seven years old and she is very friendly, loving loads of fuss. She has different colour eyes and is also overweight. Her owner has had to give her up because of his ill health.

Finally Rolo, a four-to-five year old male, chipped and neutered who is good with other dogs and likes fuss.

Genie, Yarmouth Greyhound HomefindersGenie, Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders

For more details on the dogs, contact Christine, 9am to 6pm, Tuesday to Sunday on 01502 740787 or 07803 745541; or Andy on 01493 603798 or 07557 127625.

The sole cat this week has had five kittens who have found homes, now she needs her own family. She is very friendly.

Contact Josie on 01493 844631.

Cats who have had a rough time during their short lives are currently in the care of the East Norfolk RSPCA, and looking for a family to love them. There are also two male guinea pigs!

Lilly, Yarmouth Greyhound HomefindersLilly, Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders

Beautiful Strappy is a friendly male cat and all recovered after a nasty injury. He is around two years old and really is sweet.

Colsie is a pretty young cat and would rather like to go live with her friend and possible sibling called Colgate. They were both living in a feral colony when they went into the charity kennels and have turned out to be such sweet and gentle cats.

Colgate is a friendly boy despite having a rough start in life, super affectionate and would like to be rehomed with Colsie if at all possible or if not with an existing cat for company.

Boggle is a pretty female, dumped at the vets suffering with an eye problem. She is all better now.

Beau. Norfolk & Suffolk Animal TrustBeau. Norfolk & Suffolk Animal Trust

Thames is a very young cat around eight months old who was sadly found abandoned. It was then discovered he has a mouth condition which will need regular treatment. He deserves a chance of a loving home and the charity is appealing to anyone who could offer him the home he needs as the only cat.

Rigatoni and Ravioli are the two male guinea pigs looking for a home. There are others available, please call for details.

All of the charity’s cats and dogs are neutered, vaccinated, and micro chipped, vet checked and on a flea and worm programme. For more information or to see other animals available for rehoming the visit or to adopt an animal call 07867 972870.

This week’s Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders’ featured pets looking for loving homes are Genie and Lilly.

Black and white mother cat. Norfolk & Suffolk Animal TrustBlack and white mother cat. Norfolk & Suffolk Animal Trust

Lilly and best friend Genie need to be rehomed due to a change of circumstances in the family. The girls have been homed for over two years, and have the added benefit of being housetrained, easy-going and great with children and other dogs. They would love to be homed together as they’ve been with each other throughout their racing career and retirement and really appreciate each other’s company. Interested? For more information, or to meet Genie and Lilly, contact Homefinding co-ordinator Corinne Douglas, on Homefinders’ local rate call number, 0845 458 3797.

Megan. Norfolk & Suffolk Animal TrustMegan. Norfolk & Suffolk Animal Trust

Baxter. Norfolk & Suffolk Animal TrustBaxter. Norfolk & Suffolk Animal Trust

Thames. East Norfolk RSPCAThames. East Norfolk RSPCA

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