East Coast Pet Rescue: 5 cats looking for homes in Norfolk


Published:
15:44 September 1, 2022



Marlon and Dingle are among a group of “unadoptable” cats at a rescue center who are desperately waiting for someone to bring them home.

East Coast Pet Rescue appeals to cat lovers who are willing to offer their home to care for these “beautiful” felines who need a little extra TLC.

A spokesperson for the rescue center said: “We have five beautiful cats who all seem unadoptable. But we don’t believe they are and this week we are looking for loving homes who can give these animals a home. fantastic home forever.

“Some have a few issues, but none of them are unadoptable.”

1. Tessa


Tessa is currently up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue
– Credit: East Coast Pet Rescue

“Tessa is a large, beautiful female who came to us rather overweight, she is currently on a controlled weight loss program and has diabetic food.

“She has daily injections for diabetes but it doesn’t bother her and Tessa leads a good life.

“All she needs is to live in a house with her own family. She likes to show you her belly and loves rubbing her head.”

2. Marlon


Marlon is currently up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue

Marlon is currently up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue
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“Marlon suffers from skin allergies which have been controlled by proper diet and regular flea treatments.

“He is currently on Royal Canin Hypoallergenic kibble which suits him very well.

“This can be purchased online through several pet sites.

“It may seem quite expensive, but since it lasts so long, it doesn’t cost too much.

“He is definitely worth it as he is an affectionate and loving cat, he should be the only cat as he doesn’t like his own and wants to keep you all to himself.

“He would also prefer to be an indoor cat – a secure catio or garden would be a plus for him.”

3. Leo the lion


Leo is currently in the running for East Coast Pet Rescue

Leo is currently in the running for East Coast Pet Rescue
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“What a crummy date with Leo, he loves to fuss galore and get down on his knees.

“He’s the sweetest boy and all he needs is an inner home as his only cat because he’s IVF+.

“He is otherwise healthy and a stunner, we think he is around eight years old and would be a great companion for someone lucky and you will never be alone.”

4. Dingle dongle


Dingle Dongle is currently being adopted at East Coast Pet Rescue

Dingle Dongle is currently being adopted at East Coast Pet Rescue
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“The Dingle dongle arrived with a skin condition and is also on Royal Canin hypoallergenic food.

“He may need a steroid shot once in a while if his skin flares up, but this is well controlled with food and regular flea treatments.

“Having stability and a nice, relaxing home with no other pets would be an advantage for him.

“Lashes and good company would suit him just fine. Are you the one for him? »

5. Magic


Magic is currently being adopted at East Coast Pet Rescue

Magic is currently being adopted at East Coast Pet Rescue
– Credit: East Coast Pet Rescue

“Magic will melt your heart.

“She is a cat just waiting for the right owner who will give her the confidence to be herself.

“She’s probably going to hide for a while and it’s best to leave her alone and do her own thing.

“She’ll come to you once she knows she’s okay. Magic has had a very rocky past and you’ll be rewarded with a gorgeous cat if you have the patience to be her friend.

“This must be his forever home, so if you could be the one, pick up the phone and ring.”

For those interested in adoption, contact the rescue by email, [email protected], or call 07555 928600 for more information.

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