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cattery

a housing facility for cats; usually for boarding or breeding.
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Mr Waters works alone and runs a part-time pet grooming business from his one-bedroom villa, which has a large garden with three catteries and 50 kennels.
The best boarding kennels and catteries get booked up very early, especially during the school holidays so booking early is essential.
The Deloraine is a very modern facility, with one of the catteries comprising semi-communal rooms and the other having large individual and family suites.
In a report Wrexham's Chief Housing and Public Protection Officer Andy Lewis said in the past licences had traditionally applied to boarding establishments such as kennels and catteries.
The number of catteries and kennels has plummeted in recent years, with just six private premises in the city, compared with 16 three years ago.
HUNDREDS of cats and dogs are being kept in appalling conditions in kennels and catteries over the summer holiday, a damning report has revealed.
And so she decided to devote herself to creating the cream of catteries.
com/research/27be6c/a_comprehensive_st) has announced the addition of the "A comprehensive study of the UK Boarding Kennels & Catteries market in 2010, rating valuing each of the 67 companies that operate in today's market" report to their offering.
All reputable kennels and catteries should insist that your pet is fully up-to-date with inoculations.
PENTHOUSE apartments for pampered moggies are being created at one of the most luxurious catteries in the country.
Last year the RSPCA helped 320 dogs and cats to find new homes in the area and uses private kennels and catteries, including Gunnerton Cattery and Kennel near Bellingham.
Because of an influx of cats and a lack of space at the Allesley shelter, the charity is spending additional money housing them in private catteries.