Pet-nesday picture gallery: Could you re-home one of these adorable animals?

Princess – Tabby & White, Female, 5yrs. Sweet natured girl who loves people.

Princess – Tabby & White, Female, 5yrs. Sweet natured girl who loves people. - Credit: Archant

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

The cats that need re-homing are Jewel, a female Tabby 3years old. Very affectionate girl waiting for a family home. Olive is a Black Female, 15years old. Lovely older girl looking for a quiet home. Lionel is a 7 year old Ginger Male, who is a gorgeous big boy who wants to be in charge of your household! Princess is a Sweet natured 5 year old girl who loves people. Howard is a Black & White Male, 5years old, who needs an understanding. Melody is a Black Female, 1year old, who is a timid yet affectionate girl who needs a loving home. Loulou is a Torti female, 7years old, and a laid back girl who loves a lap to sit on. Wallace likes to be indoor only. A male 12 year old Tabby, he is a gorgeous affectionate boy patiently waiting for a new home. Finally peaches is Black and white, Female, 12years old. A lovely girl who although is getting older is still a spring chicken at heart!

The dogs on todays gallery are Bill a Terrier Cross Male, aged 14, who is an adorable old chap that has a lot of love and affection to give to that someone special, and Gerry a Greyhound Saluki cross Male, 1 and a half years old, who is a gorgeous friendly and affectionate chap.

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

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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.

Visit for more information on the adoption procedures.

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