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

These kittens are very cute!

These kittens are very cute! - 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 cats and dogs still waiting for homes, can you help by taking one of them in?

•Hobnob is less than a year old and been in the care of the RSPCA since he was a kitten. He was very unwell but he is much better now and ready for a new home.

•Why is Tiny still with us? He is 12-years-old and an adorable and lovely cat.

•Metty is a confident female cat around three to five years of age. She is very lovely and would be happy living with another cat as she seems to like them.

•Roxanne is a good looking cat and she is an older lady at around 12. She is deaf so she would need an indoor home with outside supervised time.

•We have two kittens who will be ready for new homes on July 6. Please give us a call now for a home visit as we would like the kittens to have access to a garden once they are old enough.

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•Polar is a handsome cat with odd coloured eyes which are very unusual. He is around eight-years-old.

•Kezzy is a beautiful little cat and is very friendly. She is nervous around children and other pets, so would be best suited to an adult home with no other animals.

•JD the black cat is still waiting for a home. Can you help by taking him in?

•Patsy pants is very cute! She is little more than one year old and has been with us for some time now.

•Charles and Camilla are two dogs who are devoted to each other. It would be best if they were re-homed together.

If you would like to adopt one of our animals please call our re-homing line on 07867 972870 or visit our website for more animals or further information

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