Yarmouth: East Coast Pet Rescue animals up for adoption


Published:
12:32 16 May 2022



A ‘confused’ cat who lost everything he ever knew when his owner moved into a nursing home is looking for a new family to take him in.

She is one of 17 pets from East Coast Pet Rescue, based in Great Yarmouth, hoping to find a new home.

Pets cared for by the center are kept in a family environment until they find their forever home.

Here are the animals that are ready for adoption:

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Ella is up for adoption with East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“Ella found herself in need of a new home after her landlord had to move into a care home and could no longer care for her.

“She is eight years old and has never known anything different from her old home, so she feels quite confused in the cattery.

“She is looking for a quiet home without other pets and where she can have access to a garden in a safe place.

“Ella is an independent cat who likes to do her own thing, but she can also sit on your lap once she trusts you. She has a sassy attitude and only likes stories on her own terms.

Harpy and Mermaid


Harpie is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.

Harpie is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
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Mermaid is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.

Mermaid is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“Harpy and Mermaid are another pair of cats that need an indoor home.

“They are calm cats who can be a little shy at first, but will soon melt your heart with their gentle, friendly ways.

“They would like to be rehomed together and could live with other cats.”

Leela


Leela is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.

Leela is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“Leela is a kitten who was brought to the rescue when she developed symptoms of cat flu, but her previous owners couldn’t afford to take her to the vet.

“But now in rescue care, little Leela is fine.”

Sootyboy


Sootyboy is up for adoption with East Coast Pet Rescue.

Sootyboy is up for adoption with East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“Sootyboy is a shy but friendly five-year-old male cat.

“He likes to be around people and sits in your lap for a hug.

“He is looking for an indoor home where he will be the only cat.”

susieoo


Susiesoo is up for adoption with East Coast Pet Rescue.

Susiesoo is up for adoption with East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“Susieoo is about five years old and has always been an indoor cat in her old home.

“She’s very confident and friendly once she settles in and it’s a real trick that loves a lot of attention.”

Mermaid


Siren is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.

Siren is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“Siren is a very friendly and confident cat looking for a home indoors.

“She loves being around people and loves a lot of fuss and attention.”

Little Miss Pickles


Pickles is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.

Pickles is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“Little Miss Pickles is seven years old and would suit a quieter home where she will be the only pet.

“She likes to fuss on her terms and is quite happy to do her own thing.”

Rabbits

A spokesperson for East Cost Pet Rescue said: ‘This week we are appealing for homes for our rabbits.

“Unfortunately, a large number are returned or abandoned, far too many for us to be able to help them all.

“We are looking for responsible owners who can provide them with suitable accommodation where they will have plenty of space and access to a permanent enclosure. ”

Snap, crack and pop


Crackle and Pop are up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.

Crackle and Pop are up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“This trio are the last rabbits to be entrusted to us. They will be ready to go home once they have passed their veterinary examinations and recovered from their spaying operations.”

George and Patrick


George and Patrick are up for adoption with East Coast Pet Rescue.

George and Patrick are up for adoption with East Coast Pet Rescue.
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“George and Patrick were given to us while they were fighting.

“Castration was enough to solve the problem and they have now been glued back together and are best friends. They are very friendly bunnies and will make great pets.

Clover and Bumblebee

“Clover and Bumble are a male and female pair. Clover is a cute lion-headed cross and she is devoted to Bumble.

Rumble and Tumble

This pair of male guinea pigs are looking for a new home together.

“They are about a year old and very friendly once they get to know you.”


Rumble and Tumble are ready to be adopted by East Coast Pet Rescue.

Rumble and Tumble are ready to be adopted by East Coast Pet Rescue.
– Credit: East Coast Pet Rescue

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