RSPCA East Norfolk officials hopeful that new homes can soon be found for these 10 cats

YoYo is still with us!

YoYo is still with us! - Credit: Archant

If you are looking for a new pet, then look no further as the RSPCA have many animals that need a home in Norfolk.

The East Norfolk branch of the RSPCA has the following cats still waiting to find new homes.

This is how it has described them:

Hobnob is a young, very friendly male around 10-12 months of age. He has never had a home of his own and we would love him to find one.

JD is very sweet and would like a rural home or one with plenty of outside space so he can explore.

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Yoyo has been up and down this week, hoping that someone is coming to see her in the cattery. She is a pretty, attentive little cat and yet no one has been to see her.

Little Kezzie is just over two years old. She is very sweet and would prefer an adult home as a little shy until she gets to know you.

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Roxanne slightly older female at around 12. She is very pretty and would be a nice little friend to have around.

Tiny is 12 and an amazing cat so please come and meet him. He can be a little timid initially but all he wants is big cuddles.

Very pretty Petra is a young female, very confident and friendly, who would settle easily into a new home.

Patsy is a smashing cat. She is, playful, fun, friendly and has been with us for several months as she was quite poorly when she arrived. She is only around 18 months old and will need a stress free home with no children or pets.

Cool as a cucumber, Polar the beautiful white cat with different coloured eyes is such a character. He is such a nice cat and really likes his belly rubbed.

Bill and Pru are still waiting for a home together. They are both young friendly confident little cats.

All of the animals are examined by a vet, microchipped, vaccinated, neutered and on a flea and worm programme. You can also get six weeks free pet insurance if you register on adoption.

If you would like to adopt one of our animals call the rehoming line on 07867 972870 or visit for more animals or for further information email

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