07867 972870 (adoption) or 0300 1234 999 (emergency & cruelty) manager@rspcaeastnorfolk.org.uk

We currently have the following animals ready for adoption,

We have other animals that will be ready for homes shortly, with many currently recovering from injury or illness. Please call us for more information. Not all of our animals are on the website.

Please note rehoming is currently being done remotely due to Covid restrictions – please only send a form for a specific animal and read the process below to understand how we are operating

Please only apply for a specific animal where possible, we are only able to hold your application form on file for a month to see if any animals are a perfect match, after this time your details will be deleted as we get lots of applications.

You can of course apply again if you see an animal that would be a good match.

For more information on any of these animals please phone our Adoption Line on 07867 972870 or email animals@rspcaeastnorfolk.org.uk

If you would like to adopt an animal from the above list, please fill in one of our Perfect Match forms below.

If you see this logo on one of our animals it means they are eligable to take part in our Golden Oldies Scheme, click here for more information

The re-homing process during Covid (updated 29th March 2021)

1) Ring our adoption line on 07867 972 870 to discuss your circumstances and choice of animal. Unfortunately at the moment we are unable to have people visit our animals before adoption. 

2) Fill in a perfect match form (see above)

3) A member of staff will ring you and go through your details to ensure basic criteria have been met

4) You will then have to fill in a covid-19 application

5) Once all checks have been made, a member of our home visits team will contact you to conduct a virtual home visit

6) If you pass the Home Visit a member of team will contact you again to discuss your potential pet with you.

7) A date and time will then be arranged for you to collect your pet. Access to the pen to meet your chosen pet will still not be available. We will handover the animal (in a suitable container supplied by yourself) in the fresh air. All paperwork will have been completed electronically beforehand. 


 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 animal we will set the rehoming process in motion and look to find the animal a new loving home. Animals are never rehomed back to the area where they were originally found.

 If we are able to take in your animal for rehoming and it is not neutered and vaccinated we would expect a donation to help towards the costs involved in getting them ready for rehoming. Our prioroty is sick and injured although we will help where we can with space and funds permitting.

 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 12-16 weeks of age where possible. Kittens can become sexually active very young and certainly before 16 weeks.

 All our cats would like access to outside space unless clearly stated an indoor home is required. Cats with FIV, blind, deaf or have other medical conditions will need an indoor home. 

 We do not recommend kittens 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.

 Adoption fee for cats and kittens is £75. This in no way covers the costs incurred by the branch. Extra donations are most welcome.