RSPCA East Norfolk has lots of beautiful cats and kittens waiting to be adopted

Some of the beautiful cats and kittens at the RSPCA East Norfolk branch

Some of the beautiful cats and kittens at the RSPCA East Norfolk branch - Credit: Archant

The RSPCA East Norfolk Branch have some cute new faces looking for loving homes and a second chance at life.

Jaffa. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Jaffa. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

This handsome ginger and white male is named Jaffa. This friendly boy is around seven years of old and is desperately looking for a loving new home.

Mumma. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Mumma. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Mumma has been with us for a while, but still has her paws crossed that she'll have a new devoted owner soon. Mumma is quite a character and can be a little bossy at times, so preferably she'd be the Queen of the castle with no other cats.

Connie. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Connie. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Connie is a sweet elderly cat who needs a new home as soon as possible. Connie loves fuss and attention, as well her regular cat naps.

Rigsby. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Rigsby. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Rigsby was brought in with his friend Miss Jones. They make the perfect pair and we would love to keep it that way in their next home. Rigsby is a handsome ginger cat around the age of seven,

Miss Jones. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Miss Jones. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk


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Miss Jones is a three year old tabby and white cat, with a beautiful semi-long haired coat. She is friendly and very sweet and would love to be re-homed with her best friend Rigsby where possible.

Swampy. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Swampy. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Swampy is a very loving character. After losing her previous owner she is desperate for a new home, where she can make someone the perfect companion.

Tabitha. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Tabitha. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

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Tabitha is an adorable little tabby and white cat. At almost five years old she is a very affectionate and loving cat. Tabitha has improved tremendously since being in our care, so she would like a quiet home and an owner that will continue to give her regular tlc.

Anthony. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Anthony. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Anthony and his sister Cleopatra are looking for a home together. They are both beautiful in temperament and appearance. After the loss of their previous owner they are keen to find a new and just as devoted one.

Sherry. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Sherry. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Sherry hasn't had the best start in life and is slowly learning to trust humans again. She is a beautiful black and white cat, around the age of 8-12 months of age. She needs a loving adult home with patience owners.

Pop. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Pop. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Pop is a very young kitten that was brought to us with a badly broken leg which unfortunately could not be saved. Despite having half of his back leg amputated, he continues to be cheerful and is adapting well to his new way of life. He will need an adult home and a secure garden - for when he's old enough, so that his safety can be monitored.

All of our animals are neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped. They are also up to date with flea and worming. All of our animals are health checked by a vet and come will six weeks free pet insurance when you register on adoption. There is a small adoption fee of £50 for cats, kittens and dogs. This cost helps us to continue caring and providing love to all of our animals at the East Norfolk Branch.

Visit our website for more information www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk or call our adoption line on: 07867 972870

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