Pets for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue in Yarmouth


Published:
4:26 PM January 17, 2022



The latest kitten in a litter and a pair of inseparable bunnies are among the pets looking for a loving new home at a rescue center in Norfolk.

East Coast Pet Rescue, based in Great Yarmouth, is a small, self-funded rescue that helps rehabilitate and rehome animals in need.

A spokesperson for East Coast Pet Rescue said: ‘The animals in our care are cared for in a family environment until they find their forever home.

“We have a lot of animals on our waiting list that need help, so we’re hoping to find families to bring home ready-to-go animals.”

Here are 10 pets currently seeking homes:

1. Bing and Crosby, long-haired rabbits


Bing and Crosby the rabbits are up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.
– Credit: East Coast Pet Rescue

“The Bunny brothers, Bing and Crosby, are long-haired rabbits who need an indoor home with lots of room and plenty of enrichment.

“They are sterilized and will need to be kept together.”

2. Glory, female cat


Glory the cat is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.

Glory the cat is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“Glory is a six-year-old cat who hopes to find an owner who can give her a quiet and comfortable life.

“She is quite high-strung so would be better suited to an adult-only home.

“Glory previously lived with a dog, so could live next to a dog again as long as he accepts cats.”

3. Strawberry and mint, female bunnies


Mint the rabbit is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.

Mint the rabbit is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.
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Strawberry the rabbit is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.

Strawberry the rabbit is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“Strawberry and Mint are rabbits who have been bonded for life.

“They have both been sterilized and are now ready to find a new home together.

“This pair will require a lot of space and we are happy to help you with advice on selecting suitable housing.”

4. Blossom, long-haired cat


Blossom the cat is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.

Blossom the cat is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“Blossom is a beautiful, long-haired cat who needs a quiet, relaxed, adult-only indoor home – but without other animals.

“She’s very independent, and while she loves being around you, she doesn’t like too much attention or fuss.

“Blossom has always been an indoor cat, but she would love an outdoor space.

“She has a few individual needs that we can discuss with any potential adopters.”

5. Chopstick, male kitten


Chopstick is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.

Chopstick is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“Chopstick is a black male kitten with a sweet character.

“He will be ready for relocation at the end of January once he is nine weeks old.

“His sisters and mother have all been booked, so only Chopstick is left to wait.”

6. Vixen and Comet, cats


Vixen the cat is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.

Vixen the cat is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.
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Comet the cat is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.

Comet the cat is up for adoption from East Coast Pet Rescue.
– Credit: East Coast Pet Rescue

“Vixen and Comet are mother and son looking for a home together.

“They are very shy, so they are looking for a kind and patient owner, who will give them all the time they need to develop their confidence.”

7. Carrot, male rabbit


Carrot the rabbit is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.

Carrot the rabbit is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
– Credit: East Coast Pet Rescue

“Carrot is a young male rabbit less than a year old.

“He is very friendly and short to greet you. He is looking for a home where he will have a castrated rabbit for company.

“Rabbits are one of the most neglected pets in the UK, so it’s very important that their new owner is able to provide adequate accommodation.”

If you would like to adopt one of these rescue animals, email [email protected] for an application form.

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