RSPCA East Norfolk is bursting with cute cats and kitten waiting to be adopted

Can you adopt one of these adorable cats?

Can you adopt one of these adorable cats? - Credit: rspca

If you are looking for a new adorable cat, then look no further. The RSPCA East Norfolk Branch is bursting with kittens and cats of all ages waiting to be adopted by people like you.

Meatloaf

Meatloaf - Credit: rspca

Meatloaf is a cheeky kitten, at just nine weeks old he is longing for a loving family to care for him.

King Henry

King Henry - Credit: rspca

King Henry the cat is around 10-11 weeks old. He is a sweet little chap and cant wait for a warm loving home of his own after having to live outside in the cold.

Tina and Turner

Tina and Turner - Credit: rspca

Tina and Turner would love to find a home together, just ass they came in. We believe these two loving cats are brother and sister, around 7 months old.

Billy

Billy - Credit: rspca

Billy is a very handsome white and grey male cat. He is two years old and loves attention so would be best suited to a family with no other pets.

Lennon McCartney

Lennon McCartney - Credit: rspca


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Lenon and McCartney are two tabby brothers eagerly awaiting a playful home full of fun and games. They are super friendly and would need to stay in their twosome when being re-homed.

Bon Jovi

Bon Jovi - Credit: rspca

Bon Jovi is a super cool little kitten, he is so loving and affectionate you'll never stop him purring.

Tortilla

Tortilla - Credit: rspca

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This pretty little cat is Tortilla a calico female cat. She came to us in quite a bad way but her recovery has been fantastic and she can't wait to love a new family. We think she is around 8-10 years old.

Sinatra

Sinatra - Credit: rspca

Sinatra is a stunning semi feral cat. She loves to play with her toys but is still a little wary of people, She has made a brilliant turn around since she first came in and we have no doubt that she'll continue to do so in the right home.

Maram

Maram - Credit: rspca

Maram is a delightful cheeky little chap who loves everyone. He is less than a year old and after coming to us in a bad way after being poisoned he is now ready to find a new loving home.

Tiara

Tiara - Credit: rspca

This black and white cutie is Tiara. She came to us after having too many litters that it had affected her health but today's she is back to good health and so affectionate and excited to find her own family.

Woody

Woody - Credit: rspca

Special appeal for Woody. Woody has been with us for such a long time, waiting patiently but unfortunately being over looked. He is such a brilliant character and really deserves love and affection from a new family. His unique eye makes him all the more adorable.

Elsie

Elsie - Credit: rspca

Elsie is a stunning cat that is waiting for an adult home. At just three years old she needs owners that understand her and give her confident. She is gorgeous cat that is longing for your attention.

Tinkle

Tinkle - Credit: rspca

Tinkle has been with us for several months after horrifically being hit by a car. He needs a nice adult home with no other pets so that all attention is on him. Despite going through so many Tinkle is a confident and friendly little chap. He is around 2-3 years olds.

All of our animals are neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped and up to date with Flea and worming. They all have regular health checks by a vet and they come with six weeks free Pet insurance when you register on adoption. There is a small adoption fee of just £50 for cats and kittens. Although it doesn't cover the costs, it helps our branch continue the amazing work that it does for these lovely animals.

Please visit our website for more information www.rspcaeastnorfolk.co.uk

Or call our adoption line on: 07867 972870

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