RSPCA East Norfolk has lots of lovely animals looking for new loving homes

Some of the lovely animals waiting for new homes at the RSPCA East Norfolk branch.

Some of the lovely animals waiting for new homes at the RSPCA East Norfolk branch. - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

The RSPCA East Norfolk branch is looking for loving families to adopt some of the lovely animals currently in their care.

Skipper and Cruise. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Skipper and Cruise. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Skipper and Cruise are seven month old brothers. These handsome boys enjoy lots of fuss and attention and are excited to find their new loving home.

Sherlock. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

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

Sherlock is a stunning little cat, who is ever so friendly. He longs for a new loving family that will give him lots of love and affection.

Hansel and Gretal. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Hansel and Gretal. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Hansel and his sister Gretel are around nine years old. They are beautiful cats in both temperament and appearance. They would like to be re-homed as a pair because that's when they are at their happiest. Since being with us we have discovered that Gretel has a heart condition, however, it does not affect her quality of life

Mr Ferret. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

Mr Ferret. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Mr Ferret would like a nice home that has plenty of space for him to roam and explore, including a squidgy area where he can have a good snooze.

Cherub. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

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


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Cherub is one of our longest residents. She is a very gentle and affectionate little cat, who needs and adult only home with no other pets so she can have lots of peace and quiet. Please consider little Cherub because she is desperate to find her new family.

Simon. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

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

Simon is a stunning chocolate Staffordshire bull terrier around two years old. His confidence is growing day by day, especially when he is out for walks. He will need an adult only home that has past experience with dogs, so that his training can be continued. How can you resist his adorable smile!

Olaf. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

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

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Olaf is a cheeky little boy with lots and lots of energy. This handsome fella would like a spacious, adult only home, with lots of play time to ware him out.

Crowe. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

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

Crowe was sadly left on the steps of our clinic one day. He is such a lovely character and he really deserves a loving new home.

Geordie. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

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

Gorgeous Geordie is one of our longest residents her at the RSPCA East Norfolk branch. At four years old, Geordie longs for a quiet home with lots of love and affection and we're hoping this could be his lucky week! He would need to be in a pet free household.

Thomas. Picture: RSPCA East Norfolk

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

Thomas finds himself looking for a new home after his owner could sadly no longer care for him. He is a very beautiful cat with striking eyes. We believe this sweet little boy to be around six years old.

All of our animals are neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped. They are all up to date with Flea and worming. All of our animals are health checked by a vet and come with six weeks free Pet insurance if you register on adoption. There is a small adoption fee of just £50 for cats and kittens, dogs are on application. This in no way covers the costs to the branch but just helps us continue our work. Please visit our website for more information www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk

Please call our adoption line on 07867 972870

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