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

Storm will need a patient home as she is a little fearful.

Storm will need a patient home as she is a little fearful. - Credit: Archant

The RSPCA East Norfolk Branch has lots of adorable cats and dogs looking for homes this week.

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

•Pingu is a super friendly 18-month-old male cat. He is fine with other cats but is not comfortable around dogs, so would need a dog free home.

•Mowglai is a very friendly cat but will need a quiet home with no other pets or children. He has a heart condition that his new owner needs to be aware of.

•Lightning is a two-year-old male and came to us injured. He has recovered now and is looking for a lovely new home.


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•Rose is a beautiful two to three-year-old black cat. She is a sweet girl and can't wait to be in her new home.

•Stardust is five-months-old and a sweet Tabby kitten. She came to us with an eye injury which has received treatment and all she needs now is a home for some mischief.

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•Kissy cat is a very pretty female cat and needs a home of her own as she does not like to share with other cats.

•Breeze is a Staffy Cross Lurcher and is a smashing dog that came in to us very underweight. He needs a home that will look after him and give him the love he deserves. He walks really well on the lead and is a delight to take out.

•Big foot is still with us. He is a cute ten-year-old and needs someone to love.

•Storm will need a patient home as she is a little fearful. She will in time settle down in the right home.

All of our animals are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and up to date with flea and worm products. All our animals are health checked by a vet and also come with six weeks free pet insurance if you register on adoption.

If you would like to give a home to one of these animals, please call the adoption line on 07867 972870.

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