Lovely pets looking for new homes, can you help?

PUBLISHED: 23:13 07 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:48 08 November 2017

Ed. Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders

Ed. Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders

Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinder

Lots of cats and dogs looking for new homes - can you help?

Merlin, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustMerlin, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

This week’s Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders’ featured pet is Ed. A charming boy, Ed has an endearing greying face and sweet expression. Ed is friendly with all, he likes a fuss from everyone he meets and he will greet you with a waggy tail. Ed is also well mannered around smaller dogs and he takes new situations in his stride. Good on the lead, Ed enjoys his walks and a game with his toys, he will be a lovely pet for a lucky family. For more information, or to meet Ed, contact Homefinding co-ordinator Corinne Douglas, on Homefinders’ local rate call number, 0845 458 3797.

Poor Ruby, the six year old Staffie cross is still looking for a new home. Ruby is described by the Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust as being a “very nice dog, quiet and friendly and loves a fuss.” She is fine with other dogs.

Evie, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustEvie, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

Beau is a seven year old male Staffie. He has a good temperament and is good with other dogs but not cats. He is reluctantly having to be rehomed. He will make a good companion.

Merlin is another male Staffie and about 3-4 years old. He is okay with other dogs and has been well looked after, and a friendly dog. There is limited knowledge about him.

Buster, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustBuster, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

All the dogs are neutered and chipped and Merlin has been castrated. Contact Christine 9am-6pm Tuesday to Sunday on 01502 740787 or 07803 745541; or Andy on 01493 603798 or 07557 127625.

The Trust is also looking for homes for many cats and kittens, if anyone wants more details call Josie on 01493 844631.

Kittens, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal TrustKittens, Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust

The East Norfolk RSPCA is full to capacity with beautiful cats needing a home.

Andosite and Shaley are two cheeky female kittens who are now almost seven weeks old. They can be reserved together now for rehoming when they are 8-9 weeks old.

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

Dib dab, Bazoka Joe and Black Jack are looking for their forever homes shortly, they are 6-7 weeks old and can also be reserved ready for when they are old enough to leave us.

Mog is the sweetest little kitten and was so poorly when he was taken into the care of the charity. He is now well and up to mischief which is fabulous. All he needs is a forever home.

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

Mississippi and Nile are two young cats that were dumped together. They deserve better than that and need to find a lovely forever home together with someone who will look after and care for them.

Perdita and Pepper are shy girls and will need a patient owner, they are lovely and will be smashing cats in the right home. Let’s hope someone gives them the chance.

Mog, East Norfolk RSPCAMog, East Norfolk RSPCA

Oliver is around three years old and went into the charity after his owner could no longer care for him, he is a sweet and affectionate cat.

All of the cats and dogs are neutered, vaccinated, and micro chipped, vet checked and on a flea and worm programme. To see other animals available for rehoming the visit the website at

Perdita PepperPerdita Pepper

To adopt an animal please call 07867 972870.

Mississippi and NileMississippi and Nile

Dib dab, Bazooka Joe, Black Jack. East Norfolk RSPCADib dab, Bazooka Joe, Black Jack. East Norfolk RSPCA

Andosite and Shaley. East Norfolk RSPCAAndosite and Shaley. East Norfolk RSPCA

Oliver. East Norfolk RSPCAOliver. East Norfolk RSPCA

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