Cat Gallery

For more information on any of these cats, please phone our Rehoming Co-Ordinator on 07867 972870.

Please see the Rehoming page for details of our Rehoming Policy.

Mister Grey is a beautiful and friendly older grey and brown male cat. Mister just loves his cuddles and is a super chap, he is around ten years of age.

 


Poppet is three years old and has had several homes, so needs some stability in her life. She is a lovely girl and so sweet. She needs a forever home who will love and take care of her needs.

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Vera is a very pretty eight year old tortie. She is a really sweet little girl and would prefer a nice quiet adult home. She has been a much loved companion and sadly her owner can no longer care for her.

 

JD is a handsome black male, he has not had the best life so you can change that for him. He would need to have access to outside after his initial settling in period.

 

 
Stuart another gorgeous friendly chunky male. Super good looking and a lovely temperament. 

Tiny is a huge cat and the most loveable chap you could meet. He is a little worried when he first meets you, however once he gets to know you he will give you great big bear hug cuddles. Such a loving cat.

Tiny is 12 years old and will make a super companion.

 
Jessy is a beautiful tabby girl, she would prefer a nice quiet adult home as she gets a litttle scared with children around. Jesy is around two years old and so very pretty.  

READY SOON

Raven is such a friendly girl, she is affectionate and a loving litle cat. Raven is around 5-7 years of age.

She looks terified in this photo as she didnt like the camera.

 

READY SOON ( Around 26th May)

Petunia, Azalea and Springer

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We have other cats that are ready for homes shortly, with lots currently recovering from injuries or illness. Please call us for more information. Not all of our cats are on the website.

Our cats are housed at Broadland Cattery, Brick Kiln Lane (aka Goose Lane), Ingham, Near Stalham, NR12 9SY or with fosterers in the Great Yarmouth area.

Please call to make an appointment to view. 07867 972870 

All our cats are neutered, microchipped, vet checked and vaccinated with Feligen RCP against calicivirus, rhinotrachetis and panleucopenia, you may want to also get your cat vaccinated against feline leukaemia which is available at your vets. They are also up to date with flea and worm treatments. For more information on any of these cats please phone our Rehoming Line on 07867 972870 or email rspcaeastnorfolk@aol.com. They also come with 6 weeks pet insurance T C apply.

Please note all animals brought to us as injured strays are held for a minimum of 7 days or until they are fit and well. During this time they will receive veterinary attention as necessary. This is deemed adequate time for an owner to come forward. If after this time no one has claimed the cat we will set the rehoming process in motion and look to find the cat a new loving home. If the cat is returned within this time to the original owner we would hope that they would contribute to the cost of the care for their animal.

If you have lost your cat please make urgent steps to try to locate them.  Please call all the vets in your local area, and also notify us at the branch on 07927 000466 also register on pets located.

To alleviate this problem and to ensure your cat is returned safely to you, please get them microchipped. we are happy to do this for a small fee to cover the cost of the chip. A microchip is the first thing that is checked by vets and other animal welfare organisations, this also helps us re-unite lost animals and helps to keep the costs down to all the local charities

SO PLEASE GET THEM MICROCHIPPED IT ONLY TAKES ONE MINUTE.

When rehoming kittens we would expect them to be kept indoors until they are 5-6 months of age. All our kittens will be neutered before being rehomed where possible. Neutering will be carried out at 12 weeks of age where possible.  Kittens can become sexually active very young and certainly before 16 weeks.

We also do not recommend they are rehomed with small children, as they can easily become injured. However we will look at it on an individual basis and how the child and animal are supervised.