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

Can you give Sonic a new home? Picture RSPCA East Norfolk

Can you give Sonic a new home? Picture RSPCA East Norfolk - 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 still waiting for homes, can you help by taking one of them in?

•Sonic is a huge fluffy male cat and is around 18-months-old. He came to us with a tail injury and had to have half of it amputated but he is now fully recovered and ready for a home.

•Versity is a pretty semi-longhair cat and is around 13-years-old. She would make the perfect companion for someone.

•Kittens Honey, Liquorice and Allsorts are still waiting for homes. They are now 13-weeks-old and are full of fun.


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•Jingle is a young energetic male cat and is around 18-months-old. He is always busy with lots to do and can't wait to find a home of his own.

•Choo Choo is a stunning male tabby and as he is also a young adult he will need a home with a garden where he can lay out in the sun. He has a shy side and would prefer an adult home.

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•Candy and Wriggly are both such sweet girls. They are around seven to eight-years-old and they would be happiest in an adult only home.

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 rspcaeastnorfolk@aol.com

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