RSPCA East Norfolk have lots of cats and kittens looking for new loving homes

Some of the lovely cats and kittens at the RSPCA East Norfolk branch.

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

With Spring fast approaching, the RSPCA East Norfolk Branch are determined to find this adorable bunch some loving new homes just in time for new season. Please take a look and see if you can welcome any of our lovely cats or kittens into your family today.

Allen. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Allen. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: Courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Allen is beautiful young tabby cat, who is around 18 months old. He is very affectionate and attentive but also loves a good play.

Geordie. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Geordie. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: Courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Geordie is a very handsome fellow who has the most stunning eyes that you'll fall in love with at first sight. He is around four years old and is a very loving cat and would prefer an adult only home.

Ant and Cleo. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Ant and Cleo. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: Courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Adorable Anthony and his sister Cleopatra are still patiently waiting for a loving family after their previous owner sadly passed away. They love spending all their time together and would need to be re-homed as a pair.

Athena. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Athena. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: Courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Athena is a sweet tabby female around seven years old. This gorgeous girl loves fuss and attention and would prefer to be the only paws in the household.

Cherub. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Cherub. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: Courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk


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Cherub has the perfect temperament and loves to be affectionate and give cuddles. She came to us very stressed from a busy previous home but she is now very relaxed and laidback. Cherub's new home will need to be a quiet, pet free and an adult only environment, with preferably a garden where she can go for a stroll.

Crowe. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Crowe. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: Courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Crowe was unfortunately abandoned on the steps of our branch but with lots of love and attention he is now one of our most affectionate and loving cats. He will need a long term home with loads of TLC.

Sandra and Aspal. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Sandra and Aspal. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: Courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

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Aspal is just 13 weeks old and would love to be re-homed with his beautiful best friend, Sandra, who took him under her paw when he first arrived at the branch. We would love to keep them together so that they can continue to play and go on adventures together.

Olaf. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Olaf. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: Courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Olaf is a cheeky little kitten who is looking for a home where he can play games and explore, once he is old enough to venture outside.

Scrumpy. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Scrumpy. Picture: courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: Courtesy of RSPCA East Norfolk

Scrumpy is a 13 week old kitten. He's very energetic and loves to play. He will need an adult only home with lots of patience and care so that he can build trust.

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; they also 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. 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 or please call our adoption line on 07867 972870

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