Pets looking for a family to call their own
PUBLISHED: 17:32 13 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:32 13 February 2018
East Norfolk RSPCA
Here are this week’s unwanted cats and dogs looking for new loving homes for the rest of their lives.
The East Norfolk RSPCA is highlighting four cats.
Cici is young and has had quite a bit of upset in her life recently. She will need an adult home and one that understands cats to help her settle down. She is around five months old and very pretty.
Handsome tabby male Mr Ben will also need an adult home to let him settle. He will need patience and lots of tlc.
Lilly is a pretty cat, who has become so much more confident since being in a foster home.
Catty is 10 years plus and likes nothing more than snoozing in her bed. She does like a little bit of fuss but not too much; also best suited to a quiet adult home.
All of our cats and dogs are neutered, vaccinated, and micro chipped, vet checked and on a flea and worm programme. The branch is locally funded branch and for more information or to see other animals available for rehoming visit the website at www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk. To adopt an animal please call 07867 972870.
Handsome hound Arty needs to find another home, and is currently in the care of Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders. Arty is elegant with a sleek black coat and bright eyes. Sadly, he was recently returned from his first home, he proved to be completely clean in the home, was able to be left alone for short periods and became very affectionate with those he knew indoors. Arty still requires some help to socialise with smaller animals, however this is improving. Arty really deserves a home. For more information, or to meet Arty, contact Homefinding co-ordinator Corinne Douglas, on Homefinders’ local rate call number, 0845 458 3797.
An older girl with a fun life in front of her is looking for a new home and in the care of Faith Animal Rescue.
Freya has been with the charity since October last year. She is a 10 year old German Shepherd who has spent her whole life living as an outside kennel dog. She is the most lovable girl who loves playing with her chew toys and especially being groomed. She has excellent manners and always tells us when she needs to go to the toilet and will thank you by rubbing her head on your legs (cue subtle hint for cuddles).
She is looking for a home where she would be the only pet with no young children and an owner who is willing to be patient with her as she would need a lot of time to adjust to living in a home environment for the first time in her life. She would suit someone who has a quiet life and would simply enjoy her company and going on slow, countryside walks with.
For more details called Faith on 01692 598 312.
The Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust has five dogs and two cats being highlighted this week for new homes.
Beau is a seven year old male Staffie. He has a good temperament and seems okay with other dogs, but no cats. Beau will make a good companion.
Staffie Megan is also aged seven, is very friendly and loves loads of fuss. She has different colour eyes. Her owner has had to give her up because of his ill health. Megan will make an ideal companion.
Ghost, a one year old Husky cross is good other dogs and is really sweet; she needs a safe home. Within a short time she will gain weight which is much needed.
Bouncy and friendly, female Staffie Lexy, aged seven, has loads of energy and loves lots of fuss. She has had lots of puppies, and is not good with other dogs.
Arthur, a seven year old Terrier cross is friendly, loves a belly rub and seems fine with other dogs. If he’s asleep he doesn’t like to suddenly be disturbed! An ideal medium-sized pet.
For more details on these dogs. Contact Christine 9am to 6pm, Tuesday to Sunday on 01502 740787 or 07803 745541; or Andy on 01493 603798 or 07557127625.
Brother and sister cats Sonic and Tails are approximately eight months old and have to be rehomed together as they cuddle up with each other and are inseparable. For more details, call Nicki on 07458 395275 Sunday to Wednesday between 6-9pm.
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