Could you provide a loving home to a pair of brothers?

Charlie and Binx were found with their mother after being abandoned in a field.

They are now just over one year old and are under the care of the Cats Protection Framlingham and Saxmundham branch.

According to Cats Protection, they are "a little shy" when they first meet new people, but it doesn't take long for them to gain confidence and trust.

East Anglian Daily Times: CharlieCharlie (Image: Cats Protection)

Charlie, who is black and white in colour, enjoys snuggles and belly rubs.

Binx, who is all black, doesn't like to be picked up but likes to have a fuss made of him.

Cats Protection said: "They both have a lot of love to give and with patience, these boys will be happy to be anyone's lap cat.

East Anglian Daily Times: BinxBinx (Image: Cats Protection)

"Because of their traumatic start in life, we would like Charlie and Binx to be homed together as they gain confidence from each other."

They require a quiet home and would not suit living alongside young children.

A home without other cats or dogs and away from busy roads would also be preferable for Charlie and Binx.

Anyone who wants to find out more information about these cats should contact the Framlingham and Saxmundham Cats Protection branch on their website or by calling 01728 723499.