Pets looking for their forever homes with loving families
- Credit: East Norfolk RSPCA
The East Norfolk RSPCA branch is full to capacity with animals looking for new homes and ones recovering or too young yet to be rehomed. There are several litters of kittens of various ages and lots of cheeky kittens are ready for homes now.
But please don’t forget the older cats as they need homes too.
Denod and Naba are 9-10 weeks old and were abandoned in a poorly condition. They are fit and raring to go in a new. They are confident little kittens.
Iris was surrendered after her owners no longer could care for her. She is a nice girl and best in an adult home as she is a little unsettled at the moment.
Phyllis and her mum Dylis are looking for a home together. They have never been apart and for the past few years have lived outside but are enjoying home comforts indoors. Mum Dylis is around 6 years old and Phyllis is 5.
Silver is a sweet little juvenile female, around 6 months old and would be best in an adult home. She can get a little worried with loud noises but she just loves cuddles.
Phyllis and her mum Dylis who is a lovely black cat are looking for a home together. They have never been apart and they are such nice cats. For the past few years they have lived outside but are really enjoying home comforts indoors. Mum Dylis is around 6 years old and Phylis is 5.
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Tails the tortie kitten was found abandoned with her friend Nails who is much smaller but they are just the best of friends. Tails is semi long-haired and was so poorly when she arrived there were fears for her future, but she bounced back with lots of tlc and medication.
Nails is just a super kitten and as tough as they come, she is often getting rough and tumbled by her friend Tails (in a nice way of course) but gives just as good as she gets. She is gentle and loving with people. We would like them to go to a home together.
All of the cats and dogs are neutered, vaccinated, and micro chipped, vet checked and on a flea and worm programme. There is a small adoption fee of £50 for cats and kittens and all are subject to a successful home visit, dogs are on application. Visit www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk. Any kitten under 16 weeks that is rehomed from us will have a full cost neutering voucher to be used at the vets when they are 16 weeks old.
To adopt an animal please call 07867 972870.
This week’s Yarmouth Greyhound Homefinders’ featured pet is Sean. A big handsome blue boy, Sean is a real gentle giant. Sadly, due to a change in circumstances, Sean has been returned to Homefinders’ care, he has the added benefit of being housetrained and is used to living with small dogs and children. Sean can’t wait to get back to home comforts, he loves people and would appreciate someone being around most of the time. He’ll be a loving and loyal companion.
For more information, or to meet Sean, contact Homefinding Co-ordinator Corinne Douglas, on Homefinders’ local rate call number, 0845 458 3797.
The Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust has several dogs looking for homes, can you help give them a loving family of their own?
Tia is a female Staffie, born 2012, who is very friendly and active. She knows a few commands and is fine with other dogs, but very excitable. Vaccinated and chipped.
Tess is a Border Collie cross and born in August last year. She is a superb dog knowing many commands and is very loving. Tess is in excellent condition, very friendly with other dogs. Would make an ideal pet.
Wisper is a three year old female Sproker. She is white and brown, vaccinated and chipped and has been living with children aged 5 to 7 years. A new baby has come into the family which Wisper has shown a dislike to. So she needs to be rehomed with older children.
Buddy is a 15 month old Lurcher, who is vaccinated, neutered and chipped. He needs to be in a household where he’s not left and a household that has lots of energy. An older family would be more suited as he’s still young. A very friendly, happy dog.
For any details about these dogs or other dogs in the charity’s care, call Christine 01502 740787 or 07803 745541; Andy 01493 603798 or 07557127625.