Cattery food – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ Mon, 16 May 2022 09:51:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://klavlav.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/klav-150x150.png Cattery food – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ 32 32 Yorkshire village could be ‘flooded’ with batteries as storage facility is approved https://klavlav.org/yorkshire-village-could-be-flooded-with-batteries-as-storage-facility-is-approved/ Fri, 13 May 2022 13:05:05 +0000 https://klavlav.org/yorkshire-village-could-be-flooded-with-batteries-as-storage-facility-is-approved/ Aura Power has obtained permission for the installation of 0.7 hectares in the village of Drax, 600 meters from its huge power station. George Wilyman, head of planning at Aura Power, told Selby advisers that one of the downsides of renewables is that power generation cannot be controlled to match customer demand. Register to our […]]]>

Aura Power has obtained permission for the installation of 0.7 hectares in the village of Drax, 600 meters from its huge power station.

George Wilyman, head of planning at Aura Power, told Selby advisers that one of the downsides of renewables is that power generation cannot be controlled to match customer demand.

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The batteries will store electricity in times of high production and return it to the grid in times of increased demand, via a connection to the power station.

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“It will also contribute significantly to the UK’s ambition to achieve energy security,” he added. “The alternative is to generate electricity from diesel, gas or hydroelectricity in times of high demand.”

The development application was brought before the councilors because 20 people had lodged objections.

Among them was parish councilor Diane Hall, who said in a statement read to the planning committee: “Drax is a rural village despite the size of the power station – residents would like that to continue. The planned site for the storage facility is not the right one.

“Ukraine – the breadbasket of Europe – is currently under siege. In the UK, therefore, we need every acre of agricultural land available for food production.

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She highlighted the negative impact she believed the facility would have on local residents and businesses, including a local stable and cattery.

Councilor Charles Richardson said: ‘I find this proposal frankly inconceivable in this place. I think this destroys several neighboring properties, all of which already have to live with Drax and are overshadowed by the daily noise and scale of Drax every day.

Councilor Ian Chilvers added: ‘It’s totally out of step with Drax. It’s a very small village, a hamlet really – it would go well with the power station itself. Why not move it to the power plant site? »

Advisors have been told that five other battery installations have either been approved or have plans submitted for approval in and around Drax.

Councilor John Mackman said: ‘At some point the cumulative impact is going to be a big issue because Selby District ultimately doesn’t want to be overwhelmed – it didn’t want to be overwhelmed with wind farms and he does not. I also don’t want to be overwhelmed with piles.

But he said each proposal should be taken on its own merits and he would support it.

Councilor John Cattanach added: “I think these types of storage facilities are going to become more and more common because that’s how we evolve.”

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Cornwall Development Applications: Week Ending May 8 | Part 3 https://klavlav.org/cornwall-development-applications-week-ending-may-8-part-3/ Mon, 09 May 2022 15:40:23 +0000 https://klavlav.org/cornwall-development-applications-week-ending-may-8-part-3/ Various planning applications have been validated by Cornwall Council and the associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s planning portal. You can search for planning applications, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, application reference, postal code or by a single line of address. There were a lot of nominations, so the list was […]]]>

Various planning applications have been validated by Cornwall Council and the associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s planning portal.

You can search for planning applications, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, application reference, postal code or by a single line of address.

There were a lot of nominations, so the list was split into three separate items.

Part Three planning applications validated week during the week starting Monday, May 2, can be found below:

  • 4 Gabriel Street, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 2LU: Alterations to existing storefront and internal alterations to provide combined access to studio and maisonette above.
  • Land adjacent to 1 Ledra Close, Cadgwith, Ruan Minor, Helston, Cornwall TR12 7LD: Matters reserved for access, appearance, landscaping, layout and scale following consent PA21/11037 for construction of a new home.
  • The Caravan, Paradise Cottage, Wheal Hope, Goonhavern, Truro, Cornwall TR4 9QJ: Planning permission with all issues reserved for replacement accommodation.
  • Land east of Dolphins Barn, Dobbin Close, Trevone, Padstow, Cornwall PL28 8QS: New accommodation.
  • Churchtown Farm, Vicarage Hill, Davidstow, Camelford, Cornwall PL32 9XT: General purpose farm building for forage storage.
  • 10 Frances Street, Truro, Cornwall TR1 3DN: Demolition of existing rear structures to the original main buildings and expansion from the rear of 9 and 10 Frances Street to form eight residential units. Internal adaptation of the existing residential unit above the current commercial areas with modification of condition 2 of decision PA20/07344.
  • Brenton House, Drakewalls, Cornwall PL18 9EL: Application for non-material modification in relation to decision PA21/11974 for the elevation of the flat part of the dormer roof approved.
  • Lamorran House, Upper Castle Road, St Mawes, Truro, Cornwall TR2 5BZ: Retrospective application for use of Lamorran Gardens three days a week – Wednesday, Thursday and Friday – during the Gardens’ opening season (1 April to September 30).
  • Crabbers Rest, Lansallos Street, Polperro, Cornwall PL13 2QU: Change of ground floor use from residential to commercial use as a shop (Class E).
  • Mount Whistle Farm, Mount Whistle Road, South Tehidy, Cornwall TR14 0HU: Touring caravan pitch for use as holiday accommodation.
  • 9 Foundry Lane Hayle Cornwall TR27 4ER: Installation of roof windows; replacement windows and doors; formation of a new window; deletion of the existing window; and modifications to an existing window opening to form a door.
  • Former nuclear bunker north of Lavender Cottage, Pednavounder, Coverack, Helston, Cornwall TR12 6SE: Conversion of farm building into holiday rental.

  • 32 Fore Street, Lostwithiel, Cornwall PL22 0BN: Alterations to provide new toilets and tea room (mixed use A1 and A3) with removal of Condition 4 re Decision C2/01/01244 (relating to a surface limit on the ground authorized to be used for food purposes).
  • Eales Barn, A388, Carkeel, Cornwall PL12 6NR: Listed Building Permission for extension to existing barn. New terraced swimming pool and garden in the existing garden.
  • 23 Tehidy Road, Camborne, Cornwall TR14 8TD: Single storey ground floor extension to the side of the property and a first floor extension to the rear of the property.
  • 123 Killigrew Street Falmouth Cornwall TR11 3PX: Pre-application advice for garage removal and construction of two storey house.
  • Trederow Farm, Botus Fleming, Cornwall PL12 6NH: Conversion of milking parlor to single family dwelling.
  • The Flat, Douglas Pooley, 103 Trelowarren Street, Camborne, Cornwall TR14 8AW: Demolition of a building and construction of two apartments.
  • Little Carines, Cubert, Cornwall TR8 5ET: Conversion of an existing barn into a one bedroom annex adjacent to the main residence with the removal of Condition 3 of Decision PA21/05768.
  • Trerethern Barn Padstow Cornwall PL28 8LE: Conversion of a barn into a dwelling house and associated works.
  • Land South West of Tolgus Vean Farmhouse, Tolgus, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3SS: Construction of 60 dwellings with associated gardens, parking and landscaping and vehicular access from U6046. Approval of reserved matters (access, appearance, landscaping, plan and scale) in accordance with planning permission PA18/06071.
  • Unit 3, Penscombe Barns, Lezant, Launceston, Cornwall PL15 9NN: Extension to Unit 3.
  • Land at the rear of Camborne Dudnance Lane Pool Cornwall TR15 3RA Business Park: Pre-application advice for site redevelopment to provide 47 dwellings.
  • Thorncliff, Trenance, Mawgan Porth, Newquay, Cornwall TR8 4DA: Replacement accommodation including demolition of existing building.
  • The Annex and Upper Annex, Trevidren, Lescudjack, Penzance, Cornwall TR18 2AY: Extension of ground floor and first floor apartments.
  • Braemar, 9 Avenue Road, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 4AZ: Three bedroom apartments.
  • Beech Grove, Carclew Road, Mylor Bridge, Cornwall TR11 5UN: Extensions to existing garage and bedroom.
  • 8 Gardeners Way, St Issey, Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 7RN: Proposed extension.
  • Carrick Court, Restronguet, Point, Feock, Cornwall TR3 6RB: Demolition of existing garage and alterations and additions to dwelling.

  • Woodsaws Farm, DJ Wills Haulage, Lanreath, Cornwall PL13 2NT: Extension to existing farm building for biomass boiler and general storage.
  • 34 Barrabill Way, Launceston, Cornwall PL15 7FW: Install a PVC veranda at the rear of the property.
  • 52 East Street, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 1BE: Change of use from a convenience/retail unit (Class E) to a hot takeaway unit (sui generis), including associated external changes.
  • Stithians Boarding Kennels, Tubbon Hill, Stithians, Cornwall TR3 7DP: Change of use from boarding kennels (cattery, workshop and covered parking) to residential annex for wheelchair users.
  • 21 Flat 2 Foundry Square, Hayle, Cornwall TR27 4HH: Change of a ground floor apartment in a chiropractic clinic to a residential apartment.
  • Windsor House, Pelynt, Cornwall PL13 2JX: Discharge conditions numbers 1, 2 and 3 in relation to decision PA21/10093.
  • Little Hazard, Constantine Bay, Padstow, Cornwall PL28 8JJ: Use of Family/Grandma’s Annex (Little Hazard) as separate accommodation from adjoining house (retrospective).
  • Panoramic View Tucoyse Lane Higher Brill Constantine Cornwall TR11 5QG: New accommodation and garage.
  • Land behind Hessenford Parish Hall, Hessenford, Torpoint, Cornwall PL11 3HJ: Pre-application advice for sewage works, new pumping station, gazebos and access road.
  • 3 Moor View, Torpoint, Cornwall PL11 2LH: New garage room, with internal modifications to accommodation.
  • 5 Higher Fore Street, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 2AJ: Conversion of vacant accommodation above the restaurant into two one bedroom apartments and a 2 bedroom apartment in the attic, extension to the first floor to form a staff bedroom with roof terrace above.
  • 10 Hudson Road, St Eval, Wadebridge PL27 7TY: Single storey rear and side extension offering additional bedroom/study, dining room and en-suite bathroom.
  • 1 Egloshayle Road, Wadebridge PL27 6BX: Change of use from a disused shop with apartment to its original form of a semi-detached cottage with an additional dormer window in the roof.
  • Land at Higher Bal, St Agnes, Cornwall TR5 0ND: Classified Building Permission for partial demolition and reconstruction of chimney stack.
  • Land and Buildings South West of Trevalgas Farm, Stamford Hill, Stratton, Bude, Cornwall EX23 9EX: 2 bedroom detached holiday rental.

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Kennel Shortage: ‘Perfect Storm’ Leads to Severe Space Shortage https://klavlav.org/kennel-shortage-perfect-storm-leads-to-severe-space-shortage/ Mon, 09 May 2022 01:30:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/kennel-shortage-perfect-storm-leads-to-severe-space-shortage/ Dog owners planning their summer holidays are advised to seek kennel accommodation for their pets as soon as possible as a massive increase in demand has led to a shortage of places. all dog kennels and sitters must turn away new clients due to demand pressure on their services. A significant increase in the number […]]]>

Dog owners planning their summer holidays are advised to seek kennel accommodation for their pets as soon as possible as a massive increase in demand has led to a shortage of places.

all dog kennels and sitters must turn away new clients due to demand pressure on their services.

A significant increase in the number of people traveling since the lifting of Covid restrictions, an increase in the number of dog owners and the closure of some kennels due to rising insurance costs have all been put forward as possible reasons for the surge in demand for existing spaces.

“The problem with trying to find a place for a pet was caused by a ‘perfect storm’. Lots of people have had dogs during the pandemic,” Donal Delaney from Beech Grove Boarding Kennels in Upper Glanmire told Cork.

“They are an asset to any family and some people have dogs to help with Covid loneliness. On top of that, there are families trying to catch up on vacation and see the people they missed during the lockdowns.

“All of this has led to an increased demand for kennel spaces.”

“We have about thirty kennels and we are not taking new customers for the months of June, July and August. We stopped about six or seven weeks ago.

“It’s the same for grooming appointments. In fact, we’re even calling other kennels in the area to see if they could handle some of the fallout, but they’re in the same position as us.

“Previously we only had high demand in July, but this year it’s different.

“Our advice to people leaving is to find sorted accommodation now.”

“Do it yesterday,” he added.

A recent CSO survey found that one in five pet owners (20%) said they had acquired the animal since the start of the pandemic.

Alan Russell has run West City Kennels and Cattery on Old Naas Road in west Dublin since 1988 and says they turn away around 30 or 40 people a day ringing the bell looking for a place.

“I have room for about 50 dogs and 40 cats, and I was telling someone a few days ago that if six more kennels opened up around me, we would all still be doing business,” a- he declared. Irish Independent.

“I am full now until December. Some people are really stressed trying to find places for their pets. This is something people have to sort out early.

“The number of pet owners has increased during the pandemic. I see it with the number of people with dogs that I meet when I walk mine. It really jumped during Covid.

“I think rising insurance costs are also a factor in a number of kennels closing. the closures simply did not reopen afterward, in part because of rising costs.

“It’s also hard work. I walk about 20km a day around the kennels just to take care of all the dogs, then I always go out and walk my own dogs after that,” he added.

The DSPCA of Rathfarnham in Dublin also runs a Pet Hotel & Doggie Daycare Centre, and commercial director Chrissy Mahon said she had never seen a year like this for demand.

“The summers were always busy, but we used to have downtime for training and cleaning, but now there is demand all the time.

“We have 52 individual suites which are all indoors and heated, and since the end of October last year we were full until August and also booked for Christmas and New Years,” she said. Explain.

“We think the demand is because everyone’s schedules have been affected during Covid.

“Some have not returned for more than two years. Others had to postpone their weddings and are catching up now, and even communions and confirmations have been moved.

“We could do our daycare three times, the demand is so high, and we’re doing more and more puppy classes than in the pre-Covid days.”

One thing Chrissy criticizes is the lack of regulation in the pet sitting industry. “Boarding is unregulated in Ireland so we would advise people to do their homework when choosing a place to place their pet,” she said.

The cost of caging your dog varies depending on the size of the animal and the number of animals you are caring for.

A medium sized dog will cost around $18-$20 per day, and pet owners may see this increase in the future as the cost of pet food, as well as the energy costs associated with heating and grooming increase.

“A bag of food that cost €14 last year is now €20,” said Mr Delaney, of Beech Grove kennel in Cork.

The DSPCA said it did not raise costs this year because management was aware people were already struggling with price inflation, but said prices may need to be reassessed next year. depending on rising costs.

A shortage of kennel space has led to a growing demand for dog sitters, who care for the animal in their own home or house-sit in the family home.

An online service called Pawshake, set up to fill the void in the pet sitting market, operates as a service to introduce families to potential sitters.

It now operates in 19 countries in Europe, Canada and Australia.

“We have noticed demand in Ireland has doubled since pre-Covid times, and we have 5,000 sitters in Ireland on our system,” said Pawshake CEO Tanguy Peers.

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The boss of a popular agricultural shop in Nottinghamshire is distraught as plans to expand business are rejected https://klavlav.org/the-boss-of-a-popular-agricultural-shop-in-nottinghamshire-is-distraught-as-plans-to-expand-business-are-rejected/ Thu, 05 May 2022 09:25:14 +0000 https://klavlav.org/the-boss-of-a-popular-agricultural-shop-in-nottinghamshire-is-distraught-as-plans-to-expand-business-are-rejected/ The owner of a farm store has shared his frustration after a proposal to expand the store was rejected. The Ravenshead Farm Shop in Main Road, Ravenshead, had submitted plans to install a toilet on site and create more space for food preparation by adding an 18m² rear single-storey extension, as well as retaining three […]]]>

The owner of a farm store has shared his frustration after a proposal to expand the store was rejected. The Ravenshead Farm Shop in Main Road, Ravenshead, had submitted plans to install a toilet on site and create more space for food preparation by adding an 18m² rear single-storey extension, as well as retaining three cold stores.

But the plans were rejected by Gedling Borough Council, who argued the extension would encroach on the surrounding greenbelt and wider countryside. Owner Craig Voce, 27, whose family has owned the farm which has now supplied the store for four generations, said he was disappointed, saying the advice was “compromising“the success of the business.

“It was an extension of a staff area, and toilets for staff and customers – trying to be handicapped accessible and all that. It’s disappointing it didn’t work out, there were two of us at the start and now there are six of us and we’re also stretching out in a cafe so not getting it has jeopardized our plans,” Mr Voce said.

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“It’s a real shame. It’s not really the Greenbelt to be honest, it’s behind the store and against the barn, there’s a few yards you could build on.

Mr Voce said he believed the decision had “has cut the wind from its sails’ and hampered the momentum the farm shop had gained since its inception in 2016. He signaled that he would appeal the decision and urged the council to reconsider.

“We’ve been farming here for four generations. We’re a growing business trying to thrive in the face of Covid and price increases now,” Mr Voce added.

“We are always paying staff and recruiting more people and then the council wants to do this to you. It makes me wonder why we are doing all this, we are trying to provide sustainable food and something local for people around us but it’s just sad that the council can’t see that.”

A spokesman for Gedling Borough Council said: ‘Ravenshead Farm Shop’s development plans do not comply with the council’s green belt planning policies and therefore could not be supported. The applicant can, however, appeal to the Planning Inspectorate, an independent body empowered to overrule the council’s planning decisions.

Nottinghamshire Live recently found the popular store to be one of the county’s favorite farm shops. The store, which customers say is one of the best farm shops in Nottingham, serves a selection of meats, cheeses, sausage rolls and pastries as well as award-winning homemade pies sold as a speciality.

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The family said to leave the house in two days and pledged to stay and take in dozens of Ukrainian cats https://klavlav.org/the-family-said-to-leave-the-house-in-two-days-and-pledged-to-stay-and-take-in-dozens-of-ukrainian-cats/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 08:24:41 +0000 https://klavlav.org/the-family-said-to-leave-the-house-in-two-days-and-pledged-to-stay-and-take-in-dozens-of-ukrainian-cats/ The family of David and Karen Yates have not paid any rent for their Hardwood home in Bolton since 2007, after saying they were promised a new council tenancy deal which never materialized David Yates and his wife Karen have been given legal notice to vacate 11-acre Earls Farm on Stitch Mi Lane in Harwood […]]]>

The family of David and Karen Yates have not paid any rent for their Hardwood home in Bolton since 2007, after saying they were promised a new council tenancy deal which never materialized

David Yates and his wife Karen have been given legal notice to vacate 11-acre Earls Farm on Stitch Mi Lane in Harwood by the end of April

A couple told to leave their home in two days by the local council ignored their eviction notice – and took in Ukrainian cats instead.

The family of David and Karen Yates have looked after the land at Earls Farm in Hardwood for over 300 years, with David taking over the tenancy when his father, William, died in 1995.

The pair have not been paying rent since 2007, after saying they were promised a new lease from Bolton Council which never materialized, Manchester Evening News reported.

The couple were recently advised to take ‘opposing possession’ of the land – also known as squatters’ rights – and filed an application with Her Majesty’s Land Registry (HMLR).







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However, after submitting the application, the couple received an eviction notice from the council.

In the notice, they were told the local authority would “vigorously defend” the request and that they had to vacate the land by April 30.

David, 65, and Karen, 54, also have an 84-animal cattery, an innovative manufacturing center for making barley straw that kills green algae, a facility for ‘Men in Sheds’ – the charity men’s mental health charity – and a beauty and nail treatment company there.

And they will continue to manage their affairs despite the threat of deportation hanging over them.

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) recently contacted Karen, asking if the couple would be able to house cats that had been brought to the UK from Ukraine.







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The couple agreed, wanting to help with the tragic situation faced by Ukrainians fleeing the country and giving their beloved pets a place to stay while they complete the UK’s mandatory quarantine period.

The cats will be housed in Bolton for three months before they are released from the quarantine requirement.

After which the cats will be reunited with their owners.

Karen said: “DEFRA contacted us about two weeks ago to ask if we would consider hosting cats from Ukraine and we said yes, we wanted to help as much as possible.







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“We received a phone call and inspection via video call as they could not get up to see us in person and said we would be happy to allocate a full unit of chalets as I know they are really under pressure to move cats forward so they can bring more cats.

“The lady I spoke to told me she really needed to move on and was really happy with the cattery.

“We do daily observations on all the cats in our care but because the cats from Ukraine are in quarantine, DEFRA wants us to monitor them more closely.







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“I’m really happy that we can help, the situation is really desperate and I’m very relieved that we can help.

“It’s nice to be able to get everything ready and just push the button for them and show off the unit and our food stores and everything we have at the cattery.

“They said the cats could start arriving as early as Thursday but everything is ready for them.

“We’ve been doing it for so long now that we know what we’re doing, so I know they’ll be fine here.”

A Bolton Council spokesman previously said: ‘We are unable to comment due to ongoing legal proceedings.

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George and Zooks are looking for a house https://klavlav.org/george-and-zooks-are-looking-for-a-house/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/george-and-zooks-are-looking-for-a-house/ George (left) and Zooks (right) This week we bring you this adorable furry pair. The first is George, the cat. Although he looks a bit rough around the edges, this guy is a really big softy. Now at Oak Tree Animals’ Charity in Wetheral, George was discovered through their community team’s Trap Neuter Return (TNR) […]]]>

George (left) and Zooks (right)

This week we bring you this adorable furry pair.

The first is George, the cat.

Although he looks a bit rough around the edges, this guy is a really big softy.

Now at Oak Tree Animals’ Charity in Wetheral, George was discovered through their community team’s Trap Neuter Return (TNR) program which is why he is missing one of his ear tips.

A spokesperson said: “It was very clear to the vets who treated him that he was not feral, but it is likely that he has been living as a stray for some time.

“Since coming to our cattery he has made himself at home and settled in quickly. George enjoys his creature comforts and gentle restlessness, he will easily approach you for head bumps.

“George will continue to be assessed and his profile will be updated with any new information.

“His new home will need to be in a semi-rural or rural location as George is used to spending a lot of time outdoors, with plenty of space to explore.

“He would prefer a quieter home because although he is confident with people, certain louder noises startle him.

“George would rather be a single pet so he wouldn’t feel the need to fight over food or affection.”

Next, Zooks, the dog, and an adorable one-year-old x Patterdale lurcher.

To give you an idea of ​​its size, it weighs around 21 kg.

The spokesperson added: “Zooks has a lot of energy so he will need a home that can provide him with what he needs.

“He can be a great candidate for someone doing park runs, running or canicross.

“This lovely boy will need adopters who will continue his training but the good news is that he is very lively and eager to learn.

“He’s responding well to our positive game-based training, so we’ll be looking for someone who likes to carry on.”

“Zooks is not used to being left alone and can bark very well if left alone.

“We’ll be looking for a home that maybe can take him to work, or maybe has extended family, who could help him with his day care until he finds out he doesn’t have to. there’s nothing to worry about being left alone.

“We are still evaluating Zooks but he may be able to live with another dog but not cats. Due to his exuberance we would only consider a home with older children.

“He loves his walks but should be safely leashed around livestock.”

For more information, email smallanimalteam@oaktreeanimals.org.uk with your name, address, phone number and some information about yourself.

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Couple told to leave home in two DAYS insist they ignore eviction notice – and take in Ukrainian cats https://klavlav.org/couple-told-to-leave-home-in-two-days-insist-they-ignore-eviction-notice-and-take-in-ukrainian-cats/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 09:23:04 +0000 https://klavlav.org/couple-told-to-leave-home-in-two-days-insist-they-ignore-eviction-notice-and-take-in-ukrainian-cats/ A couple who were told they were being kicked out of their home by Bolton council insisted they weren’t leaving – and even took in dozens of cats who escaped the war in Ukraine over the course of of the next three months. The family of David and Karen Yates have looked after the land […]]]>

A couple who were told they were being kicked out of their home by Bolton council insisted they weren’t leaving – and even took in dozens of cats who escaped the war in Ukraine over the course of of the next three months.

The family of David and Karen Yates have looked after the land at Earls Farm in Hardwood for over 300 years, and David took over the tenancy when his father, William, died in 1995. The couple say they have no not paid rent since 2007, after they say they were promised a new tenancy from council which never materialized and were recently advised to take ‘opposing possession’ land – also known as squatters’ rights – and made an application to Her Majesty’s Land Registry (HMLR).

But following the request, the couple received an eviction notice from the council – in which they were told the local authority would ‘vigorously defend’ the request and that they had to vacate the land by April 30.

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However, the couple has no plans to leave. As well as being their home, David, 65, and Karen, 54, have also created an 84-animal cattery, an innovative manufacturing center for making barley straw that kills green algae, a facility for “Men in Sheds” – the men’s mental health charity – and a beauty and nail care business there.

And the pair say they will continue to run their businesses despite the threat of eviction hanging over them – and even have some somewhat unusual guests coming to stay with them later this week. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) recently contacted Karen, asking if the couple would be able to house cats that had been brought to the UK from Ukraine.



One of the units will be used to house cats from Ukraine

Instantly the couple agreed, wanting to help with the plight of Ukrainians fleeing the country and giving their beloved pets a place to stay while they complete the UK’s mandatory quarantine period. The cats will be housed in Bolton for three months before they are released from the quarantine requirement and can continue to be reunited with their owners.

Karen said: “DEFRA contacted us about two weeks ago asking if we would consider hosting cats from Ukraine and we said yes, we wanted to help as much as possible. We received a phone call and a video call inspection because they couldn’t get up to see us in person and said we would be happy to allocate a full unit of chalets as I know they are really under pressure to bring the cats forward so that they can bring more cats.

“The lady I spoke to said she really needed to move on and was really happy with the cattery. We do daily observations on all the cats in our care, but because Ukraine cats are in quarantine, DEFRA wants us to monitor them more closely.



One of the cattery chalets

“I’m really happy that we can help, the situation is really desperate and I’m very relieved to be able to help. It’s nice to be able to prepare everything and just press the button for them and show off the unit and our food stores and everything we have at the cattery.

“They said the cats could start arriving as early as Thursday, but everything is ready for them. We’ve been doing it for so long now that we know what we’re doing, so I know they’ll be fine here.”

The cattery was opened in 1997 by David when he decided to diversify the farm’s offer. They have two units and plan to use one unit to house cats from Ukraine, while the other will remain open for business as usual for their regular customers. The couple are equipped with all the food and equipment they need for the new arrivals, and look forward to meeting them and getting the cats settled.



David and Karen Yates

Previously, the couple told the MEN how they intended to stay in their house. David said they were promised a new contract when the nearby school at St. Catherine’s Academy was completed about 15 years ago.

He said: “But we haven’t paid a dime in rent since 2007 because we never heard from Bolton council until 2016. As soon as we filed our claim for adverse possession they suddenly became interested. , but we think we have a very good legal case to reclaim the land because we are using it efficiently.”

And he added: “My family has been here for 300 years, I’m not leaving now.”

A Bolton council spokesperson previously said: ‘We are unable to comment due to ongoing legal proceedings.

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‘Least Wanted’ Cats Poppet and Piggy Are Still Looking for Their Forever Home https://klavlav.org/least-wanted-cats-poppet-and-piggy-are-still-looking-for-their-forever-home/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 06:55:33 +0000 https://klavlav.org/least-wanted-cats-poppet-and-piggy-are-still-looking-for-their-forever-home/ Two of the “least wanted” cats at a local animal sanctuary are still looking for their forever home. Despite individual pleas, Woodside Sanctuary is still caring for long-lived felines, Poppet and Piggy, who want and need to move on to the next chapter of their lives. Woodside Animal Sanctuary, based in Plympton, is an animal […]]]>

Two of the “least wanted” cats at a local animal sanctuary are still looking for their forever home. Despite individual pleas, Woodside Sanctuary is still caring for long-lived felines, Poppet and Piggy, who want and need to move on to the next chapter of their lives.

Woodside Animal Sanctuary, based in Plympton, is an animal repatriation charity with the intention of finding their rescue animals with their forever homes. Poppet and Piggy have different requirements as to who they can live with and where would be best suited.

The white cat with a black tip on its ear is Piggy who is eight years old and came as a stray. A year later, he’s the same cat that happened once. He’s a food freak and once he builds that initial trust, he wants to be your best friend.

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The beautiful feline Poppet is eight months old and has been at Woodside for six months. She has an unpredictable nature and requires an experienced owner with someone who isn’t going to bother her too much and expect too much. She also won all the hearts of her caregivers at Woodside.

Woodside is determined to find them their perfect homes and said they “won’t give up” until they do. Woodside wants to let people know about these two felines because Piggy has been around for over a year, while Poppet has been around for most of his life, which is pretty sad.

Woodside Sanctuary Senior Manager Helen Lecointe said: “When we care for cats like Poppet, Piggy and Saxo, we know it won’t be easy to find them their forever home. But we won’t give up.

“Between them they have been in our care for over two years, Piggy just celebrated his birthday with us. We know there is a home there, we just want to let people know they are here and that they need someone special to come over.”

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Meet Piggy, the 4-year-old male who came as a wild stray and a year later you wouldn’t recognize him. He’s been described as a “food freak” and once he builds trust, he wants to be your best friend. However, make no mistake, her personality can change and if she gets too restless, she can take a hit.

Piggy has been allowed to roam freely around the sanctuary for the past few months, but with over 25 feline residents with special needs also allowed to roam freely, Piggy likes to be the boss. With many older people his playfulness is too much and he really needs his own space where he doesn’t need to share with another cat.




The ideal home for him would be a stable or a farm but with the possibility of being able to enjoy the comforts of home. He should be able to see people regularly and have the opportunity to determine how much he wants to engage.

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Meet the gorgeous red and brown Poppet who is eight months old, but has been at Woodside for six months. Although she has an unpredictable nature, she seeks a home with someone who is an experienced cat owner and who isn’t going to fuss with her or expect too much.

She really enjoys being around you and being talked to much more than being bothered. Poppet is extremely playful and this is where she can be misunderstood. Her new owner will need to be confident as she can become bossy.




Although she has won the hearts of her caregivers at Woodside, she must find her forever home to settle down and be happy. Poppet and her caregivers have an understanding relationship that works and has helped her get to know her better, which has helped her become less predictable.

The ideal home for Poppet is a quiet home without children or other pets. She will need to be in a semi-rural area or with someone who has a large garden. The most important thing for Poppet is someone who is experienced and has the time to build the relationship at Poppets pace.

If you are looking for a feline companion and want to give Piggy and Poppet their forever homes, call Woodside Sanctuary on 01752 347503 where you can speak with cattery staff.

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Pet Day Care and Boarding Market Size, Outlook and Forecast https://klavlav.org/pet-day-care-and-boarding-market-size-outlook-and-forecast/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 04:12:08 +0000 https://klavlav.org/pet-day-care-and-boarding-market-size-outlook-and-forecast/ New Jersey, United States – the Daycare and pet boarding market The research report offers complete coverage of the Pet Daycare and Boarding Market over the forecast period 2022-2029. It provides historical, current and future market trends to help develop a robust market strategy. Additionally, it provides value chain analysis, key drivers and challenges, and […]]]>

New Jersey, United States – the Daycare and pet boarding market The research report offers complete coverage of the Pet Daycare and Boarding Market over the forecast period 2022-2029. It provides historical, current and future market trends to help develop a robust market strategy. Additionally, it provides value chain analysis, key drivers and challenges, and includes upcoming opportunities in the Pet Day Care and Boarding market that will enable the business success.

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Best Friends Pet Care, Camp Bow Wow, Dogtopia, PetSmart, Preppy Pet, Barkefellers, Camp Run-A-Mutt, Central Bark Doggy Day Care, Country Comfort Kennels, Country Paws Boarding, Dog Stop, Pet Station Kennels & Cattery, Urban Tail Pet Friendly Hotel, Royvon

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• Daycare and accommodation for dogs
• Combined daycare and accommodation
• Daycare and accommodation for cats

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• Family
• Pet Shop
• Pet hospital
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ATTRIBUTES DETAILS
ESTIMATED YEAR 2022
YEAR OF REFERENCE 2021
FORECAST YEAR 2029
HISTORICAL YEAR 2020
UNITY Value (million USD/billion)
SECTORS COVERED Types, applications, end users, and more.
REPORT COVER Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends
BY REGION North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
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The Pet Daycare and Lodging report provides information on the market area, which is sub-divided into sub-regions and countries/regions. In addition to the market share in each country and sub-region, this chapter of this report also contains information on profit opportunities. This chapter of the report mentions the market share and growth rate of each region, country and sub-region over the estimated period.

• North America (USA and Canada)
• Europe (UK, Germany, France and rest of Europe)
• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region)
• Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and rest of Latin America)
• Middle East and Africa (GCC and Rest of Middle East and Africa)

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Royal Beginnings by Royal Canin is packed with fun and knowledge for parents of puppies and kittens https://klavlav.org/royal-beginnings-by-royal-canin-is-packed-with-fun-and-knowledge-for-parents-of-puppies-and-kittens/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 11:42:54 +0000 https://klavlav.org/royal-beginnings-by-royal-canin-is-packed-with-fun-and-knowledge-for-parents-of-puppies-and-kittens/ Dr. Edgardo Unson DVM of Animal House Veterinary Hospital informs participants about the actions to be taken at the different stages of a puppy’s and kitten’s life for their optimal growth. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO ROYAL Canin has enhanced its annual Royal Beginnings initiative with Royal Beginnings: Puppy and Kitten Central. A five-day virtual hub packed with […]]]>

Dr. Edgardo Unson DVM of Animal House Veterinary Hospital informs participants about the actions to be taken at the different stages of a puppy’s and kitten’s life for their optimal growth. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

ROYAL Canin has enhanced its annual Royal Beginnings initiative with Royal Beginnings: Puppy and Kitten Central. A five-day virtual hub packed with interactive and educational features, this initiative offered by Royal Canin was exclusive to Royal Canin Club members, who were all treated to learnings, games and other fun activities throughout.

Held March 22-26, those looking to bring new puppies and kittens into their homes were given an interactive world that aimed to help them prepare for the difficult but rewarding journey for their pet’s early life and beginnings. royals. .

The unveiling of Royal Beginnings: Puppy and Kitten Central kicked off March 22 with a live webinar that taught guests everything they need to know about welcoming a new parent into the home, from investing in the nutrition of their animal to the improvement of their quality of life from birth.

Facilitated by Stephanie Zubiri and led by experts Francis Bonnevie of Bonnevie Cattery, Dr Kitsie Torres DVM of Royal Canin and Dr Edgardo Unson DVM of Animal House Veterinary Hospital, attendees were provided with helpful information such as preparing essentials for new puppies or kittens. , what to expect in the first few months, choosing the right pet food based on nutritional truths, and many more. To make day one even more exciting, 30 lucky webinar attendees were able to take home special Royal Canin kits as well as GrabFood and Shopee vouchers.


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