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Unwanted pets desperately seeking loving homes

Rodney, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

Rodney, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

A Greyhound, Staffies and a Husky-cross are just a few of the dogs looking for new homes – and currently being cared for by the Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust.

Ghost, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustGhost, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

Lexy is a seven year old female Staffie. Bouncy and friendly, she oves lots of fuss, however she is not good with other dogs. She has had lots of puppies.

Seven year old Staffie Beau has a good temperament and seems okay with other dogs, but not cats. Beau will make a good companion.

Tails, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustTails, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

Rodney, the two year old greyhound is timid on meeting first time. A gentle dog he will make an ideal pet.

Ghost is a one year old Husky cross. She is good other dogs and knows a few commands. She is a really sweet dog that needs a safe home.

Lexy, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustLexy, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

For more details or to visit any of these dogs, contact Christine 9am to 6pm, Tuesday to Sunday on 01502 740787 or 07803745541; or Andy on 01493 603798 or 07557127625.

Cats Sonic and Tails are approximately eight months old and are brother and sister. They need to be rehomed together as they cuddle up with each other. For details call Nicki on 07458 395275, Sunday to Wednesday between 6-9pm.

Sonic, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustSonic, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

This week’s Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders’ featured pet is Banjo.

Handsome Banjo has a lovely thick, soft black coat and an alert expression. A happy character, Banjo just loves to play ball and really enjoys a new walk too, appreciating all the new sights and smells. Banjo can’t wait to experience home comforts for the first time, after a fun day out, he loves to snuggle up in his bed.

Beau, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustBeau, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

Given time to settle and socialise with smaller animals, Banjo will become a great family pet. For more information, or to meet Banjo, contact Homefinding co-ordinator Corinne Douglas, on Homefinders’ local rate call number, 0845 458 3797.

The RSPCA East Norfolk branch has several cats and kittens looking for homes.

Banjo, Yarmouth Greyhound HomefindersBanjo, Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders

Two cheeky sweet kittens called Comfort and Lenor are bursting with fun and mischief. They are now around 12-14 
weeks old and need a patient home to help them settle in.

Uni is a very friendly male cat around five years old. He has lived rough for some time and would love a home of his home.

Uni, East Norfolk RSPCAUni, East Norfolk RSPCA

Catty is a pretty older tabby female. She is around 10 years old and was left behind when her owners moved away. She is a quiet cat who likes a snooze.

Amelia is a three month old young cheeky kitten, a confident little girl.

Collie, East Norfolk RSPCACollie, East Norfolk RSPCA

Collie is a stunning pretty 
feral cat, she would like a stable or farm home with her friend who looks just like her. The charity currently has three feral cats waiting for homes, two tortoiseshell and a black female. They can all be relocated together as are related.

For more information or to see other animals available for rehoming, visit the website www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk or to adopt an animal call 07867 972870.

Catty, East Norfolk RSPCACatty, East Norfolk RSPCA

Amelia, East Norfolk RSPCAAmelia, East Norfolk RSPCA

Comfort and Lenor, East Norfolk RSPCAComfort and Lenor, East Norfolk RSPCA

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