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Pets for adoption at the Great Yarmouth Rescue Center

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2:29 PM January 4, 2022



A rescue center is looking for loving homes for its rehabilitated pets, to free up more space to help animals in need.

After suspending operations over Christmas, East Coast Pet Rescue is hoping to kick off the new year by finding homes for its rescued animals.

East Coast Pet Rescue is a small, self-funded organization based in Great Yarmouth.

A spokesperson for the center said, “We hope to find our current residents their home forever.

“Unfortunately, we are currently completely full, which means we cannot accommodate other people in need.

“We hope to find homes for the animals who are now in good physical condition; so that we have spaces to help others.

Here are 12 animals looking for new homes:

ladybug, cat


Ladybird the cat is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
– Credit: Pet Rescue on the East Coast

“The ladybug was found wandering the streets, weak and emaciated.

“She has had severe fur loss and various other health issues. After a few vet visits, medication and a lot of love, she now looks and feels a lot better.

“She has now been sterilized and ready to find a home forever.”

Jasper and Jinx, cats


Jinx the cat is for adoption at the East Coast Pet Rescue center.

Jinx the cat is for adoption at the East Coast Pet Rescue center.
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“Jasper and Jinx were taken into care after their owner passed away.

“They are brothers, around 10 years old. Together they are looking for a home where they can have access to the outdoors.”


Jasper the cat is for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.

Jasper the cat is for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
– Credit: Pet Rescue on the East Coast

Flower, cat


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

Blossom the cat is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
– Credit: Pet Rescue on the East Coast

“Blossom is a beautiful, long-haired cat who needs a calm, relaxed, adult-only indoor home.

“Her fur matifies very easily and because of that, she will need a professional groom three times a year.

“She has a lot of needs, but she’s hoping there will be a new mom or dad for her.”

Vixen and Comet, cats


Comet the cat is up for adoption at the East Coast Pet Rescue Center.

Comet the cat is up for adoption at the East Coast Pet Rescue Center.
– Credit: Pet Rescue on the East Coast


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

Vixen the cat is up for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
– Credit: Pet Rescue on the East Coast

“Vixen and Comet are a mother and son who seek a home together.

“They are very shy and will need an adults only house with an owner who is willing to give them all the time they need to gain confidence.”

Carrot, 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: Pet Rescue on the East Coast

“Carrot is a lovable male rabbit who needs to be neutered. He will seek a home with a neutered female for companionship.”

Rocket, cat


Rocket the cat is up for adoption at the East Coast Pet Rescue Center.

Rocket the cat is up for adoption at the East Coast Pet Rescue Center.
– Credit: Pet Rescue on the East Coast

“Rocket is a beautiful young male cat. He is our new resident and will be ready for a home after his vet exam and neutering.”

Barney and Thumper, guinea pigs


Barney and Thumper are ready for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.

Barney and Thumper are ready for adoption at East Coast Pet Rescue.
– Credit: Pet Rescue on the East Coast

“Barney and Thumper are related male guinea pigs.

“They are looking for a house together and are demanding that their accommodation meet the minimum standards of the RSPCA.”

Bing and Crosby, cats

“Bing and Crosby are sterilized brothers looking for a home inside.

“They have long hair and therefore require regular grooming and will also need a lot of space to run and play.”

All East Coast Pet Rescue animals are sterilized and microchipped prior to placement and all adoptions are subject to a successful home visit and adoption fee.

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