RSPCA East Norfolk has lots of beautiful cats and kittens waiting to be adopted into a loving new home
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The RSPCA East Norfolk Branch still have so many animals looking for their forever homes. Its a great thing to take on a rescue animals as a companion as they really do deserve a second chance.
Petra is a very loving Tortoiseshell, white female cat. She is only young and has been with us a long while recovering from injuries to both her back legs. She is fine now and looking for a loving adult home where she can be predominately an indoor cat with supervised outside time. She would need to have access to a secure garden area.
Kentucky is a 6 month old kitten who is just adorable. Kentucky had a really rotten start to his life having to fend for himself and living under the steps of a restaurant. He would be delighted to have a new home to take care of him.
Arnie is a big, tabby, male cat. He is a very gentle boy and would be happiest in an adult home or with older children. Arnie would be happy to share with another feline friend but would not be keen to live with a dog. Arnie has been with us for sometime recovering from a nasty injury which has all healed.
Marshall is a big tabby male and would love to be in an adult home. Marshall would need to have access to outside once he has settled in and a garden is a must for him to be able to explore.
Mumma cat is a vocal lady who has lived with other cats in the past and is a friendly attentive cat. She is around seven years old and hoping to be chosen really soon.
Connie is an older lady and is around 12-14 years of age. She is a really sweet girl and looking for a nice warm place to have a snooze and some company. She would prefer to be the only pet in the household and would be happy living as an indoor cat.
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Red Rum came to us as a feral kitten. He is domesticated now and just loves a fuss and will purr and purr once you cuddle him. He is around 11 to 12 weeks old now and will need an adult home so he can be confident.
Splodge is a friendly black and white female cat. She came to us after her owner sadly passed away along with two other cats who she could be rehomed with. They can all be seperated into new loving homes as she would also be happy sharing with an existing cat.
Mrs Miggins needs a home with another cat for company. She has made best buddies with Baldrick a crazy male black and white cat who is super confident. Wouldn't it would be lovely if they could be rehomed together! Mrs Miggins or Miggs needs to be in a home as she is getting stressed in the cattery.
Vectra is a dark tortoiseshell female who is a little timid and finds herself looking for a new home after her owner sadly passed away. We hope we can get her settled in a home soon.
Santa Paws is a lovely ginger male around seven years old and has lived as a stray for many years. He is so grateful of a nice warm bed and has a friend called Mrs Claws who he would like to be rehomed with. She is a pretty tabby female.
Mrs Claws is a tabby female and is a friendly little cat. She would like to go to a loving home with her friend Santa paws, now that would be a happy ending.
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
Please call our adoption line on 07867 972870