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

Cupid is looking for a new home.

Cupid is looking for a new home. - Credit: Archant

If you are looking for a new pet, then look no further as the RSPCA have many animals that need a home in Norfolk.

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

•Moscato is a super pretty two-year-old female tortoiseshell cat who is looking for a new home.

•Cava is a black female cat and is very friendly. She has lived in a multi-cat household so would not mind sharing with another feline friend.

•Cupid came to us just before Valentines Day. He is such an adorable boy with a lovely placid temperament and is three-years-old.

•Moet is a bubbly two-year-old girl and full of life but she doesn't look it in the picture as she was in the middle of a snooze.

•Robbie the Robster is a handsome cat and is still a youngster at between two to three years of age. Let's hope that this week he will find a home of his own.

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•Two of the wine cats Shiraz and Pinot are still looking for loving homes as their two friends have now left after finding new owners.

•Bloom is a sweet, pretty girl and is a little older then some of the other animals at 12-years-old.

•Bessy is doing well on her diet and is losing weight nicely. She will need an owner who will not over feed her and play games with her to give her a bit of exercise.

•Puffy Pants has had a hard life and would appreciate a loving home of his own. He likes to have his belly rubbed and his head scratched and gets a bit out of breathe when he gets stressed due to cat flu.

•Sky will need a patient owner in an adult only home. She is around four-years-old and is very pretty.

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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