Please give these cats and dogs a loving home
- Credit: East Norfolk RSPCA
Have you a home to give to one of these lovely pets?
This week the East Norfolk RSPCA is focusing on re-homing five cats and a puppy.
Freesia is a pretty young white cat, she would be happiest as the only cat in an adult home. She is lovely but can get a little over excited. She went into the care of the branch with a tail injury which resulted in her having to have her tail amputated.
Egg Nog is a beautiful ginger and white friendly male, looking for a lovely home to call his own.
May is a very sweet female cat, who went into care after needing an operation on her ears. She is doing so well now she is looking for her forever home.
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Young shy Albie is hoping to go to a new home with his friend and confident brother Dodo.
Meanwhile Dusty, a little lurcher puppy, is looking for a forever home, he is 18 weeks old and such a sweet little chap.
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All of the charity's cats and dogs are neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped, vet checked and on a flea and worm programme. To see other animals available for rehoming, visit website www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk or to adopt an animal please call 07867 972870.
Four lovely dogs looking for new homes, and currently in the care of the Norfolk and Suffolk Animal Trust.
Pink is a three year old female lurcher. She is inquisitive, loves a fuss and treats, if sweet and bouncy and gives kisses! A gentle dog, she is chipped.
Seven year old male Staffie Beau is vaccinated, chipped and castrated. He has a good temperament and seems okay with other dogs, but no cats. Beau will make a good companion.
Megan is a seven year old female Staffie. She is very friendly and loves loads of fuss. She has different colour eyes, she also has a small lump, which she's had for a long time, but vets are not concerned by this. She's also overweight. Her owner has had to give her up because of his ill health. Megan will make an ideal companion.
Finally another lurcher – six year old Rosie who is loving and sweet-natured; she loves putting her head on your lap. A bit underweight she is good with other dogs but cats would not be a good idea.
For more details or to meet the dogs, contact Christine, 9am to 6pm. Tuesday to Sunday on 01502 740787 or 07803 745541; or Andy on 01493 603798 or 07557 127625.
The charity also has cats including one who has had five kittens who have gone off with new owners, leaving her on her own. Interested? Contact Josie on 01493 844631.
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