Two nine-week-old puppies are looking to find their forever home in Norfolk.

Lena and Tato are two Staffie crosses looking for a family who can spend time playing with them, giving cuddles, and training.

Staff at the West Norfolk RSPCA branch near King's Lynn have described the pair as "adorable, very playful, and full of energy. They also give the best puppy kisses.

"We are looking for homes where their new owners are around for most of the day to spend lots of time with them."

Both Tato and Lena are very flexible as they're able to live with other cats, dogs and children older than three years old.

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According to the Blue Cross animal welfare charity, the breed is becoming a common sight at rescue centres because of the growing numbers being over-bred and abandoned. 

They added: "As a rule, they are gentle, affectionate dogs who adore people. They are utter clowns who enjoy life and simply love being part of the family.

"In fact, their well documented love of children once earned them the nickname 'nanny dog'. "

For those wanting to give Lena and Tato a new home, you can apply for an adoption form on the RSPCA website.