Some long-stayers here desperately need homes

PUBLISHED: 11:01 26 May 2018 | UPDATED: 14:50 26 May 2018

RSPCA East Norfolk

Ketchup RSPCA East Norfolk


Cute cats and kittens from the East Norfolk RSPCA this week - all looking for new homes.

Mumble and Jumble
RSPCA East NorfolkMumble and Jumble RSPCA East Norfolk

Spookie is 11 months old and was taken to the charity with a broken leg. He is now fully recovered and ready to find a home. He is good with other cats and he loves cuddles.

Mumble and Jumble are looking for a home together. They are only nine weeks old and are playful, friendly kittens.

Ketchup is aged around four to six years old and had been fending for himself for some time out on the streets. He was taken to the RSPCA with a few injuries but he is now feeling much better and will be ready for a new home and family in around a week.

Winston is one of three elderly cats currently in the charity’s care with hyperthyroidism. He will need daily medication which they can tell you about. He is so friendly, and loves to play. He deserves a loving home for his twilight years.

RSPCA East NorfolkWinston RSPCA East Norfolk

Mimmie has been waiting for ages for a home, she is a golden oldie and deserves better than being in a cattery for a long time. She recently had an operation to remove her pinnas (outer ear due to sun damage) let’s hope this week she finds the home she deserves.

Jess the cat is 16 years young and went into care after her owner could sadly no longer care for her. She was a much loved cat and is in good health for her age. Can anyone give her a new home for her twilight years?

All of the RSPCA East Norfolk branch’s cats and dogs and rabbits are neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped, as well as being vet checked and on a flea and worm programme.

There is a small adoption fee of £55 for domestic cats and kittens, and all are subject to a successful home visit. The charity is a locally funded branch and if you would like more information or to see other animals available for rehoming the visit their website at

RSPCA East NorfolkSpookie RSPCA East Norfolk

To adopt an animal please call 07867 972870.

Four dogs from the Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust are looking for new homes.

Rodney, is a two year old male Lurcher and has been waiting for a family to love him for some time. Chipped and castrated, Rodney needs an owner with experience of Lurchers. He came into the kennels underweight and not in a good condition. Good with dogs he knows but not outside with unknown dogs, cats, motorbikes, cycles. Very good with humans. He will make a lovely pet for the right owner.

Seven year old Collie/Staffie Velcro is a very loving character, who has found himself in kennels because his previous owners reluctantly had to give him up because of their working hours. He is intelligent and needs lots of exercise so would suit an active home. He is chipped and castrated. Velcro is good with commands and has lived with two cats. Velcro has anxiety problems so will need a household that doesn’t work. Owners had to give him up as he was being left for nine hours at a time which he couldn’t deal with. He has been looked after very well and been taught nice manners.

Diesal. Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustDiesal. Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

Lurcher Ralph is between one and two years old. A little nervous on first meeting, he soon shows his affectionate nature. He seems fine with other dogs. A lovely pet .

And finally, Brindle Staffie Diesal who’s age is unknown. He is a typical friendly Staffie who loves to play. He will jump up but is easily corrected. Good with other dogs too.

Contact Christine, from 9am to 6pm, Tuesday to Sunday on 01502 740787 or 07803 745541, or Andy on 01493 603798 or 07557 127625.

Ralph. Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustRalph. Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

Mimme. East Norfolk RSPCAMimme. East Norfolk RSPCA

Jess cat, East Norfolk RSPCAJess cat, East Norfolk RSPCA

Rodney. Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustRodney. Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

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