Pet-nesday: Can you re-home one of these cute animals?

Mary – 8 year old black and white female. Mary is a shy little girl with a heart of gold. She would

Mary – 8 year old black and white female. Mary is a shy little girl with a heart of gold. She would like a quiet home without other cats. - Credit: Archant

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

CATS Mary – 8 year old black and white female. Mary is a shy little girl with a heart of gold. She would like a quiet home without other cats.

Leia – 7 month old tabby female. Beautiful Leia is a little afraid of the world. She needs someone who is going to give her time to trust you until she is ready to come out of her shell.


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Janet – 8 year old black and white female. Pretty Janet is looking for an indoor home only where she will receive all the fuss and attention herself!

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Bear – 12 year old black male. Bear is a very handsome all black boy. He may be on the older side, but he is still full of life and has a lot of love to give.

Zeus – 3 year old tabby and white male. Fluffy little Zeus is so cute! He will stick his tongue out at you and loves to play!

Cats still waiting for homes – Snow, Floppy, Ebony, Jeeves & Wooster.

Dogs still waiting for homes – Henry & Jenny, Lulu, Dante.

To view a gallery of just a few of the cats and dogs that desperately need your love, click the photo gallery link at the top right of this story.

For more information on these animals call 01603 766001 during open hours. Norwich RSPCA's rehoming centre on Barrack street is open 11am till 4pm every day except Monday, or visit www.rspcanorwich.org.uk for more information on the adoption procedures.

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