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Kittens
Our branch
, Framlingham and Saxmundham, was formed in 1989 by a group of concerned people who were alarmed by the increasing numbers of abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens in the area.  Originally under the guidance of the Bury St Edmunds branch, Fram and Sax received approval from Cats Protection to form a local branch in April 1990. Since our formation we have gone from strength to strength and on average now home between 150 and 200 cats and kittens each year.  Sadly, the problem of unwanted cats and kittens has not decreased despite neutering campaigns. 

All the work is voluntary and has to be fitted in with business and private lives. It is sometimes extremely difficult to get this fact over to the general public.  We have a dedicated team of volunteers without whom we could not carry out the vital work we do to help the cats and kittens in our area.

We do not have a purpose built adoption centre, so all the cats and kittens are placed in either cat pens in fosterers' gardens or kitten pens in a spare bedroom. We are now holding regular Homing Events, where some of our cats and kittens can be viewed in the one place. We hold three or four of these each year and they are a very successful part of our rehoming programme!  Keep an eye on our events page for future Homing Events.

We are always looking for new ways of raising money and for additonal helpers, so please let us know if you can help in any way.

Do come back frequently to these pages as we are constantly updating our adoption and feature pages.  If you have any stories of cats or kittens you have adopted from Fram and Sax CP, please let us know.  We love to hear about, and see pictures of, the felines who have been in our care.

The Gallery below shows just some of the cats and kittens we have recently homed.


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Thank you for visiting and we hope that when you are considering sharing your home with a very special pet you will consider giving a second chance to one of our cats, who really do deserve a second chance.

We cover postcode areas: IP6 and IP12 to IP23.
This site was last updated on 02 May 2016

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