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Adopting from the Cats Protection

20 May 2020

We understanding that a lot of people within our area are still keen to adopt a cat or kitten from the Ipswich Cat Protection. We apologise that we are still not able to take any cats in or adopt any cats out due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the need to keep our volunteers and yourselves safe. This is likely to be the case until the latter part of June/early July. The good news is that some of our national adoption centers are offering hands-free homing...

Food donation bins

22 March 2019

Food Donation Bins A massive thank you must go out to all the stores who have so very kindly agreed to home a food donation bin, this is such a valuable way of helping us. Below is a complete list, in postcode order, of where our current bins are located so even if you just have a brand of food, or flavour, that your little fur-ball has suddenly decided it’s no longer his or her favourite we are always grateful to receive it. Cats Protection Charity Shop, 20 Queen St, Ipswich, IP1 ...

Pets at Home- Martlesham branch partnership

05 March 2019

Pets at Home recently made a national decision to support just one charity in each of their stores, rather than the two they have been up to now. Unfortunately for us, Pets at Home, Ranelagh Road branch in Ipswich chose to continue their support of the deserving local charity SEESAW (Suffolk & Essex Small Animal Welfare) and we wish them all the support they can garner. Ipswich Cats Protection would like to thank Pets at Home Ipswich, and all their ...