Feline Special: could you re-home a cute and cuddly kitten from RSPCA East Norfolk?

Meatloaf. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

Meatloaf. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

If you are looking for a new adorable cat, then look no further. The RSPCA East Norfolk Branch is bursting with kittens and cats of all ages waiting to be adopted by people like you.

Tiara. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

Tiara. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Tiara is a sweet little female cat that has had far too many kittens. She was really poorly when she arrived and is now putting on weight nicely and all she needs now is a loving home.

Tinkle. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

Tinkle. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Tinkle is a really confident cat; he came to us after being hit by a car and had to have his jaw wired up for over 3 months. Tinkle has healed really well and just needs someone to love him. He would love a home with no other pets, everyone needs a Tinkle.

Billy. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

Billy. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Billy is such an adorable big cat, he is just lovely, likes a fuss and would make a great friend and companion. Billy is around two years old and

Marram. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

Marram. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

needs to be the only pet in the household.

Woody bear. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

Woody bear. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk


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Maram is everyone's friend; he is a super charming young male who seems to get on with everyone. Such a lovely personality.

Prince. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

Prince. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Woody bear is an amazing cat; he is super soft and lovely but has had a rotten life. Woody has limited sight in one eye from an old injury and he

King Arthur. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

King Arthur. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

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really hopes he is chosen soon. He would prefer to live with just his humans for company.

Sinatra. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

Sinatra. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Prince is a sweet little kitten; he was from a litter of four and is hoping to go to a home with one of his brothers.

Meatloaf. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

Meatloaf. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

King Arthur is a very sweet, lovely looking kitten. All four kittens were found living outdoors but are settling well and enjoying domestic life in a home.

Katy Purry and Boy George. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

Katy Purry and Boy George. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Sinatra is such a stunning looking female cat, she hopes to be chosen soon and when you see her bright blue eyes she will melt your heart.

Elsie. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk

Elsie. Photo by RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Meatloaf is still waiting! He is a really lovely little kitten who wants to be loved in his new home.

Katy Purry and Boy George are waiting for homes. Alongside Meatloaf, they were born outside and like the warmth and love that only a home can bring them. Katy Purry and Boy George will need to be with us for another week or two but can be reserved.

Lastly, a special appeal for long term resident Elsie, she will need a nice adult home and is a stunning cat. Elsie is three years old and hopes to be chosen before she is another year older.

All of our animals are neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. 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 Call the adoption line on 07867 972870.

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