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Can you re-home one of these cute animals from RSPCA Norfolk?

11:39 30 December 2015

Can you re-home Lola?

Can you re-home Lola?

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The East Norfolk RSPCA have had a very successful year finding the right homes for their animals in need.

Although they stop re-housing over the Christmas period to prevent animals being given as presents, there are always animals waiting for that loving home in the New Year.

Still waiting are:

• Lurch and Gomez: These are two cheeky young males, who are just adorable and loveable. It would be nice if they could be rehomed together but they can be separated to ensure good homes are found.

• Izzy Whizzy: A long stay resident, who has been with us for many months and again no one has visited her to meet her. She is a sweet young female and very pretty, we hope she will be off to a new home after the new year.

• Dune: A sweet tabby and white female, she will need a patient adult-only home. Once she trusts you she loves a fuss and tickle around the ears.

• Stig: A sweet male black cat, he was just dumped in a cat carrier which is so sad. He is just waiting for the right family to come along for him. Stig is estimated to be around four to five years old.

• Fonzie: A delightful tabby and white male who is really sweet but would be best in an adult-only home so he can get some peace and quiet.

• Norman: A handsome tabby male around one to two years of age and loves a fuss but will tell you when he has had enough. An adult home would suit him best.

• Romeo: He is about seven months old and a very friendly bunny who will need a large enclosure with plenty of things to do, he will also need another neutered bunny for company.

• Lola: A sweet and very pretty tabby female, who came in with another black and white cat called Noodles. They can be re-homed separately and have come from a multi-cat household.

• Noodles: A huge boy, who is a real gentle giant and can’t wait for a loving home of his own.

All of the animals are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and up to date with flea and worm products where applicable and are also health checked by a vet, and come with six weeks free pet insurance.

There is a small adoption fee of just £50 for our cats which in no way covers the costs incurred by the branch, it just helps us to keep going and to help the next animal in need.

The adoption fee for a bonded pair of rabbits is just £45 and they are also neutered, vaccinated and chipped.

• If you can help please call the East Norfolk RSPCA adoption line on 07867 972870

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