Can you give these pets a ‘forever’ home?

PUBLISHED: 16:30 30 November 2017 | UPDATED: 16:30 30 November 2017

Oobie, East Norfolk RSPCA

Oobie, East Norfolk RSPCA


Cats, kittens and dogs – all looking for new homes and owners who will love and care for them.

Coleen and Collette, East Norfolk RSPCAColeen and Collette, East Norfolk RSPCA

The East Norfolk RSPCA branch has lots of cats and kittens, all beautiful and looking forward to having their own family.

Oobie is just the most affectionate cat, he will need to be an indoor only cat as he has FIV, don’t worry we can tell you all about it. He is super and came to us with a horrendous injury which has now healed.

Coleen and Collette are so pretty, they are lovely cats and the tortie takes a little while to check you out. Little Collette is a bundle of mischief.

Hayley is a golden Oldie, she is just the nicest cat and has lived a tough life on the street. She deserves better than that and would be happy living as an indoor cat now.

Chicken, East Norfolk RSPCAChicken, East Norfolk RSPCA

Chicken is a young female at around 18 months of age, she would be happiest as the only pet but had lived with cats before. An adult home where she can have some time to herself would be good.

We have several black kittens just like Cole here. They are all lovely and cheeky and will be ready for homes in the next week.

All of our cats and dogs are neutered, vaccinated, and micro chipped, vet checked and on a flea and worm programme. You are offered six weeks free insurance if you register on adoption. There is a small adoption fee of £55 for cats and kittens and all are subject to a successful home visit, dogs are on application. We are a locally funded branch and if you would like more information or to see other animals available for rehoming the please visit our website at

This week’s Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders’ featured Mercury pet is Banjo. Small for a boy, Banjo has a glossy black coat and an alert expression.

Cole, East Norfolk RSPCACole, East Norfolk RSPCA

A happy character, Banjo loves to play and really enjoys his walks too, taking in all the new sights and smells. Banjo can’t wait to experience home comforts for the first time, he loves to snuggle up in his bed after a day out - given some socialising with smaller animals, Banjo will become a great pet.

Interested? For more information, or to meet Banjo, contact Homefinding Co-ordinator Corinne Douglas, on Homefinders’ local rate call number, 0845 458 3797.

The Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust has several dogs and cats looking for homes – some have been waiting patiently for a long time.

Blu is an eight year old Staffie who is vaccinated and chipped. Pretty and friendly, she has been living with another dog. Blu needs to be in a household where she’s not left, as she suffers with anxiety. A nice natured dog, she will make an ideal one-to-one pet.

Hayley, East Norfolk RSPCAHayley, East Norfolk RSPCA

Ruby is a six year old Staffie cross. She has been vaccinated and chipped is and quiet and friendly, loves a fuss. She is fine with other dogs and is a very nice dog.

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

The trust also has six month old kittens, two left in the litter.

There is also a mother to five kittens, a nice looking and friendly cat who is in need of a new home.

Ruby, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustRuby, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

Call Josie on 01493 844631.

Blu, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustBlu, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

Picture: Yarmouth Greyhound HomefindersBanjo Picture: Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders

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