Cat that was found collapsed in need of kindness after suffering kidney problems
PUBLISHED: 12:10 19 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:26 19 September 2018
A cat that was found collapsed and taken to the vets is in need of a loving home.
Kentish, who is estimated to be around seven years old, has recovered well in the care of the RSPCA East Norfolk but needs a prescription diet to manage his kidney problems.
The RSPCA said they hope that a kind person will give Kentish a chance and provide him with the caring home he needs. Kentish requires a quiet, stable, home with adults only to ensure his welfare.
They said: “He seems to have had a difficult past and deserves some TLC now.”
As well as Kentish, there are a number of other animals in need of being rehomed this week.
Jayne and Michelle are a pair of bonded rabbits. They are being spayed next week and will then be ready to find a new home, ideally one with plenty of space.
Hinge and Brackett are twin female kittens around 10 weeks old. They are a little timid so would prefer an adult home.
Kristy is still with the RSPCA after a long stay and would be happiest in a home where she can have plenty of freedom and be left to do her own thing. A stable or small holding type home would suit her best.
Barry M will be ready for rehoming in around two weeks time when he will be nine weeks old. The RSPCA describe him as a friendly playful kitten.
Jeffrey is a male tabby cat. The RSPCA says he loves people but doesn’t like other felines much so he will need to be the only cat in the home.
Solero is a young female cat who came into the RSPCA’s care in poor condition with poorly kittens. She has now recovered and has been spayed. She’s ready to be rehomed.
All of the RSPCA’s cats, dogs and rabbits are vet checked, neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and up to date with flea and worming treatments.
There is a small adoption fee of £55 for domestic cats and kittens. If the kitten is too young to be neutered a full cost neutering voucher is supplied.
If you would like more information or to see other animals available for adoption then please visit the RSPCA’s website at www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk or call the rehoming line on 07867 972870.
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