RSPCA East Norfolk has lots of lovely animals just waiting to find a new loving home

Mumma. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk

Mumma. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

2017 has got off to a good start with lots of animals finding loving new homes at the RSPCA East Norfolk Branch. We have a lovely bunch this week and lots have come in through sad circumstances after their owners have sadly passed away.

Kentucky. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk

Kentucky. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Kentucky the little 6 month old male kitten, who is still with us, cant wait to be chosen as he is just so sweet and friendly.

Swampy. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk

Swampy. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

New arrival Swampy came to us after her owner passed away. She is a friendly, rather large tortie female who needs to lose a little weight. She is a real character and would make a great companion.

Wayne. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk

Wayne. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Wayne is a young male cat around a year old. He is very tiny and was quite poorly when he arrived. However, he is super friendly and loving and would really like a new home.

Vectra. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk

Vectra. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Vectra is another Tortie female who has lived with multiple cats in the past. She came in with two other cats who have been rehomed together so she is waiting patiently for someone to come for her. She is around 3 to 5 years of age and a sweet little soul.

Marshall. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk

Marshall. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Marshall is a very stunning male tabby. He is very friendly but would be best suited to an adult home as he does like his peace and quiet.

Anthony. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk

Anthony. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Anthony and his sister Cleopatra would like to go to a home together. Their owners sadly passed away and they find themselves looking for a new home. They are both stunning, very friendly cats who have been much loved.

Cleopatra. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk

Cleopatra. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

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Cleopatra is a stunning black female who needs to be rehomed with her brother Anthony. She is definitely the boss cat but is super friendly and loves to play. Cleopatra and Anthony both go crazy for cat nip toys.

Mumma. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk

Mumma. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Mumma is a very pretty and vocal tabby female. She is super friendly and loves a fuss and a cuddle. She has lived with other cats in the past so would be happy to live alongside another feline friend.

Connie. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk

Connie. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Connie is an old lady who needs to be in a home as soon as possible. She is around 14 years old and wants to be curled up in a nice warm loving home. Connie is a sweet little cat and deserves lots of love and company.

Simon. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk

Simon. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk - Credit: RSPCA East Norfolk

Simon the SBT is two years old and a very handsome dog. Simon would need to be rehomed in an adult only home with an owner who would be willing to continue with his training. He knows basic commands and is to be neutered shortly. He will not be ready for rehoming for another couple of weeks so if you are interested in adopting him please email rspcaeastnorfolk@aol.com

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 and 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, and dogs are on application. 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

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