cattery


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cattery

a housing facility for cats; usually for boarding or breeding.
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Nicola, who named the cattery Sunnyfields, previously worked Shibden, Halifax, looking after dogs and cats.
Williams-Ellis put his trademark care and attention to detail into the Arts and Crafts-styled cattery, named in honour of Dick Whittington's furry companion, and built complete with stoves to keep the cats warm in winter.
Expression of interest to participate in the negotiated procedure, after informal bidding for the award of Service for the management of the kennel / cattery city of Lucca (Doghouse Doghouse health and shelter) and related services provided by the Regional Law of 20.
We have about 87 in our cattery and normally we would say our capacity is around 70.
Rupert Jones, defending, said Wyatt ran the cattery business more as a hobby.
Built to a high specification by the present owners, it has the added benefit of a separate detached and newly-constructed cattery.
When they found a cattery for sale, Harwood asked for PS1,600 for a valuation which, despite them paying him, never took place and the purchase fell through.
Summary: Two cats are confirmed dead and at least 18 unaccounted for after a blaze ripped through a cattery in Staffordshire.
Sharon Harrington-Hawes forced the animal welfare charity to keep the cats in a boarding cattery while she fought their decision through the courts.
Boss Dave Elliott said: "We've had a website since we started our cattery last July, and now half of our customers hear about us online.
Meanwhile, Mr Waters still needs materials to complete 50 air-conditioned kennels and a large cattery before he can move from his villa in Karranah to his new animal rescue centre in Saar.