Can you re-home one of these animals from RSPCA Norfolk?

Mowglai is a special cat, can you give him a home?

Mowglai is a special cat, can you give him a home? - Credit: Archant

The RSPCA East Norfolk Branch has lots of cute faces looking for homes this week.

There are lots of lovely animals still waiting for homes, can you help by taking one of them in?

• Sky is a sweet three to four-year-old girl and a nice quiet home with no other pets would suit her best.

• Lola loves a head rub and will soon turn over for a tummy tickle. She is a little shy but give her five minutes and she will soon come round.

•Kissy cat can be quite bossy! She is a dominant cat and a home of her own would suit her best where she can get us humans running around for her.

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•Millie is the sweetest little cat and is a real character. A quiet indoor home or one with a secure garden would suit her needs as she has only one eye.

•Rose is a black female cat around two-years-old. She is sweet and friendly and can't wait to have a nice home with a garden so she can sit in the flower beds.

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•Big Foot is a friendly male cat and he loves nothing more than a head rub in the morning. He is a little shy at first but soon is purring away.

•Jet is a sweet little cat who came to us after his owner passed away. Jet is around eight-years-old and is hoping to be chosen really soon.

•Mowglai is a special cat. He is very distinctive and came to us after his owners moved away and left him behind. Since being in our care we have discovered he has a heart condition which needs no medication, just a nice quiet calm home.

•The queen of Sheba is still waiting, she is a sweet cat but would also be best in her own company.

•Romeo has found his Juliet, they will be bonded shortly and will then be looking for a nice great big hutch or shed for them to live in with access to a run at all times.

All of our animals are examined by a vet, microchipped, vaccinated, neutered and on a flea and worm program. You can also get six weeks free pet insurance if you register on adoption.

If you would like to adopt one of our animals please call our rehoming line on 07867 972870 or visit our website for more animals or further information

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