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Cats Protection North Walsham postcode area NR10 - 13/NR24 - 29 Telephone: 01692 535858 https://northwalsham.cats.org.uk/ Cats Protection Ipswich postcode area IP1 - 5/IP7 - 11 Telephone: 0345 371 2069 https://www.cats.org.uk/ipswichCats Protection Dereham post code area IP25/ PE 32, 37/ NR 19 - 23 Telephone: 01362 687919 https://dereham.cats.org.uk/Cats Protection post code area IP 6/IP 12,13,15 - 23 Framlingham and Saxmundham Telephone: 01728 723499 https://framandsax.cats.org.uk/Cats Protection Norwich and District postcode area NR1 - 9 /NR13 - 15 Telephone: 0345 494 1900 https://norwich.cats.org.uk/Cats Protection Downham Market postcode area IP26/PE13 -15/PE 30 - 38 Telephone: 01366 382311 https://downhammarket.cats.org.uk/Cats Protection Find your postcode area https://www.cats.org.uk/find-usIf you are wanting re-home a cat, due to moving house/moving away or being evicted, thenplease do not leave it until the last minute to get in touch with us, we will need at least 6 weeks notice, as at certain times of the year our rescues are at critical point due to abandoned kittens and pregnant queens. When re-homing mutiple amounts of cats again we will need at least 6 weeks notice, the process of re-homing mutiple cats (more than 2) may take several months for us to deal with.If you need help please do not leave it until the last minute, please contact us as soon as you can.If the cat is injured/sick we recommend you call the RSPCA, their number is 0300 1234999. They will give you a log number, and then you can take the cat to a vets to be treated, the RSPCA will fund the treatment. The RSPCA log number covers the first £50 of treatment/assessment after that the vets will contact the local branch of the RSPCA to request more funding to carry out further treatment, if the cat has been mircochipped then the vets will contact the owners, but if this is not the case the RSPCA will look after the cat. Re-homing older cats - Please bear in mind the age of the cat, it would be very stressful for him/her to come into a pen situation having been so long in a loving home. Please can you approach relatives and friends first to see if they would give your cat a home. The following organisations specialise in older cats and we would suggest that you try these first: Feline Care: 01953 718529 www.felinecare.org.uk PACT: 01362 820775 www.pactsanctuary.org.uk Please check your spam/junk boxes as we always reply within 48 hours, but do not always receive an answer back.
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