PUBLISHED: 16:12 17 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:12 17 October 2018 Elf needs a home. Photo: RSPCA East Norfolk RSPCA The RSPCA East Norfolk hope to find a home for a young cat that came into their care with kittens. Latte needs a home. Photo: RSPCA East NorfolkElf, a domestic short-haired cat, came to the rescue centre as a young mother around two months ago when she was just eight months old.All her kittens have now been rehomed but the staff who work at the RSPCA East Norfolk are still trying to find Elf a home of her own.Elf is described as “a little bit timid” so the charity says she would be happiest in an adult only home. They are looking for an owner who can “continue to build up her confidence.”If you think you could be the right person to give Elf a home then please call the RSPCA rehoming line on 07867972870.Mocha needs a home. Photo: RSPCA East NorfolkThere are a number of other animals also looking for homes this week.Latte is a tabby cat that was … [Read more...] about Rescue cat that had kittens at just 8 months old needs owner ‘to build her confidence’
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Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Decision 2018 Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 TVone GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases Stray dogs could be costing Guam taxpayers millions Posted: Aug 31, 2018 11:23 AM +10:00 Thursday, August 30, 2018 9:23 PM EDTUpdated: Thursday, August 30, 2018 9:23 PM EDTBy Krystal [email protected] Did you know stray dogs are more than just pests in the villages? While many of us are familiar with the boonie dogs that chase school-aged kids to and from the bus stop - or the dogs that tear up your trash - Guam's out-of-control stray population could be costing us millions in tourism dollars as well as pose a threat to public health. It's raining cats and dogs. A 2014 survey reporting 61,000 dogs on island, a third of which are strays. "Having a stray, unchecked … [Read more...] about Stray dogs could be costing Guam taxpayers millions
Cat-lovers are being urged to offer a home to a quiet cat. Penguin, is a beautiful short-haired tabby girl, aged five. The group say she loves her quiet alone time when indoors, but also loves being petted. A spokesperson for Cats Protection said: “Penguin loves being outdoors hunting mice and the occasional bird. During the summer nights she loves chasing and catching moths. Read more: Young singer wows audiences at festival opening concert “She’s chipped, neutered, vaccinated and up to date with flea treatment and worming. “She has a strong dislike for cheaper brands of cat food, so is therefore fed on Hills, James Well Beloved, Wainwrights wet and dry. Although these brands can be a bit more pricey, she doesn’t need a lot so a bag size of biscuits 1.5kg lasts her the best part of 2.5 months. “She needs a home that’s quiet, no other cats or dogs, definitely no children under 5 and with safe access to the outdoors. Read more: West … [Read more...] about Cat-lovers urged to offer home to quiet Penguin
PUBLISHED: 12:00 16 June 2018 Sam Dawes Could you possibly adopt one of these cute animals? Could you offer a home to one of these cats and dogs at the Blue Cross centre in Wherstead? Shiloh is such a sweet natured little cat, could you give her a home? We kick this week’s list off with the eight-year-old Shiloh who is currently searching for a home with the Home Direct Scheme, meaning she is staying with her current owner until the Blue Cross finds her a home. Shiloh is a really sweet natured girl, she can be a little shy initially when meeting new people but once she gets to know you, she can be very affectionate. Ideally Shiloh would need a quiet home with older children who will be able to give her time to settle at her own pace. This big fluff ball is Daisy the Eurasier, who is currently looking for a home with the Home Direct Scheme. The wonderfully fluffy Daisy can't wait to finally settle into a new home Daisy is really looking to get a fresh start in life … [Read more...] about Could you give one of these animals a home?
Plymouth is full of inspirational people who go above and beyond in their respected fields. From local mums, hair stylists, and charity workers, to multi-million pound business owners, Olympic athletes and war heroes, there are so many people who deserve recognition. They embody everything that is great about our city - and they deserve to be celebrated. That's why today we have chosen to shine a light on all of those who we feel YOU need to know about. This list is in no particular order, because none of these remarkable people are more important than any other. Jennifer and Ellie Brunt Kind-hearted Jennifer Brunt, 23, and her little sister Ellie, 12, left 25 kind notes around the city centre over the space of 24 hours in an incredible series of random acts of kindness. They placed the notes in shops, cafes, a busker’s hat and even dished one out to a traffic warden, so he could give it out instead of a parking ticket. The pair have been involved in other great activities, … [Read more...] about The Happy List: 100 people who make us proud to be from Plymouth