Cattery website – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ Sun, 21 Nov 2021 05:14:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://klavlav.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/klav-150x150.png Cattery website – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ 32 32 Cats: ‘Golden Ratio’ reveals the finest breeds – with the Norwegian forest at the top of the list https://klavlav.org/cats-golden-ratio-reveals-the-finest-breeds-with-the-norwegian-forest-at-the-top-of-the-list/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 17:02:14 +0000 https://klavlav.org/cats-golden-ratio-reveals-the-finest-breeds-with-the-norwegian-forest-at-the-top-of-the-list/ Letting your cat choose when they want to be petted can improve your relationship – and also keep you from getting bitten or scratched – one study found. Feline behavior experts at Nottingham Trent University have developed a set of interaction guidelines to help pet owners, whom they have dubbed “CAT.” They advise giving their […]]]>

Letting your cat choose when they want to be petted can improve your relationship – and also keep you from getting bitten or scratched – one study found.

Feline behavior experts at Nottingham Trent University have developed a set of interaction guidelines to help pet owners, whom they have dubbed “CAT.”

They advise giving their cats choice and control (C), paying attention (A) to their pet’s behavior and body language, and thinking about where they touch (T) their kitten.

When these simple rules are followed, the team found that cats are less likely to behave aggressively towards humans and are also more affectionate.

Letting your cat choose when they want to be petted can improve your relationship – and also keep you from getting bitten or scratched – one study found. Pictured: A can hits a man

According to study leader Lauren Finka – a feline behavior expert from Nottingham Trent University – the key to making sure your cat is happy and comfortable when you’re together is making sure that it controls the interactions.

A good place to start, she explained, is offering your hand to your cat and letting them decide if they want to interact – if they want to, they’ll likely bump into you.

Owners should allow their cat to walk away if they wish and resist the temptation to follow the feline or pick it up, as this takes away the cat’s sense of control, the researchers explained.

Cats are easily over-stimulated by petting. Signs that a cat may want you to stop petting it may include tail flapping, head turning, spinning or flattening of its ears, nodding, nose licking, attempting to pull away or a ripple of the fur on the back.

Other behaviors can include if the cat comes to rest, stops purring, stops rubbing against you, suddenly begins to groom, or quickly turns its head to face you.

Cats are easily over-stimulated by petting.  Signs that a cat may want you to stop petting it may include tail flapping, head turning, spinning or flattening of its ears, nodding, nose licking, attempting to pull away or a ripple of the fur on the back.  Continuing to pet a cat at this point may force it to resort to less subtle messages - like scratching (pictured)

Cats are easily over-stimulated by petting. Signs that a cat may want you to stop petting it may include tail flapping, head turning, spinning or flattening of its ears, nodding, nose licking, attempting to pull away or a ripple of the fur on the back. Continuing to pet a cat at this point may force it to resort to less subtle messages – like scratching (pictured)

Continuing to pet a cat at this point may force them to resort to less subtle messages of their discomfort, including scratching, hissing, or biting you.

As part of their study, Dr Finka and his colleagues also looked at where cats like to be petted the most – the base of their ears, around their cheeks, and under the chin being prime positions for petting.

According to the team, it’s often wise to avoid touching a cat’s belly and the base of a cat’s tail – as well as being careful when stroking its back – especially with an unfamiliar feline, although some cats enjoy being petted here.

“The results demonstrate a clear preference among cats for a more ‘hands off’ approach to petting, which ultimately allows them to call most of the punches,” said Dr Finka.

“Cats aren’t necessarily known for being overly expressive when it comes to communicating their feelings.”

“This can often cause problems during petting, as many cats can feel a little uncomfortable at times, but it’s not something that is always easy for us to understand,” he said. – she concluded.

“The results show a clear preference of cats for a "Do not touch" approach to the strokes, which ultimately allows them to call most of the strokes, ”said Dr Finka

“The results demonstrate a clear preference among cats for a more ‘hands off’ approach to petting, which ultimately allows them to call most of the strokes,” said Dr Finka

“While every cat has a wonderfully unique personality, they often share fundamental similarities, as this new study shows,” said JoAnna Puzzo, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Feline Welfare Manager.

“Cats can be incredibly subtle in expressing their likes and dislikes, and as a result their behavior can be misunderstood or ignored altogether.”

“By using these new, simple but effective ‘cat’ guidelines, owners will be able to better understand how their cat is feeling and tailor the way they interact to ensure their pet is happy and relaxed. “

To help them refine the CAT guidelines, the team monitored brief interactions between the human participants and 100 felines at Battersea Cattery in London.

Each participant interacted with six cats – three before receiving training on the CAT guidelines, then three after.

The researchers found that cats were much less likely to show signs of discomfort or behave aggressively when people followed directions.

The same cats were also more likely to display friendly behaviors towards participants and seemed more comfortable during interactions that took place after training, the team noted.

The full results of the study have been published in the journal Frontiers of veterinary science.


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RSCPA Oldham appeals to relocate ‘loving’ cat https://klavlav.org/rscpa-oldham-appeals-to-relocate-loving-cat/ Sat, 13 Nov 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/rscpa-oldham-appeals-to-relocate-loving-cat/ The Oldham RSPCA is looking for a loving home for one of its longest-staying cats. Lulu, a ‘sweet girl’ who loves strokes and head rubs, was found stray injured and taken to Oldham Animal Center where she remains after no one asks for her. Vets have estimated Lulu, who is sterilized, to be between three […]]]>

The Oldham RSPCA is looking for a loving home for one of its longest-staying cats.

Lulu, a ‘sweet girl’ who loves strokes and head rubs, was found stray injured and taken to Oldham Animal Center where she remains after no one asks for her.

Vets have estimated Lulu, who is sterilized, to be between three and five years old.

Staff at the center described Lulu as a “confident girl with some little quirks”.

The black cat took a dislike to the other residents of the cattery a few weeks after arriving and is now in a pen with fewer neighboring cats.

Louie

The staff decided that Lulu would be best suited to a household with previous experience with cats, where she is the only pet, and where all the children are over thirteen years of age.

Lulu is a “loving girl” who likes to mess things up in small doses, according to the animal center team.

Jessica Tabern, who works at the center, said: “When Lulu feels like she has received enough attention, she will wonder about doing her own thing, which often involves letting off steam with her toys.

“Feathered hunting toys are Lulu’s favorite, and she often sits staring at them until you play with them.”

The RSPCA Oldham team are also still looking for a permanent home for their ‘oldest cat’, Reuben, a black and white shorthair crossbreed, who became available for adoption six years ago. month.

Lisa Walsh, deputy director of the RSPCA Oldham Animal Center, said: “As the longest-staying cat in our cattery, Reuben is desperate to find a home for himself.”

The RSPCA team is looking for a “quiet home” for Reuben, where all the children are over 13, and he can take his time to gain people’s trust.

Since Reuben suffers from the feline flu, which can recur, he will need to be the only pet in the house.

Ruben’s ears should also be cleaned and checked regularly by a veterinarian.

For more information on Lulu and Reuben, visit the RSPCA Bury and Oldham website.


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Volunteer Opportunities for November | Life https://klavlav.org/volunteer-opportunities-for-november-life/ Fri, 12 Nov 2021 20:40:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/volunteer-opportunities-for-november-life/ Volunteers will be happy to know that the opportunities are opening wide with the COVID-19 crisis no longer under control. Most notable is the CHI Mercy Medical Center, one of the organizations with the most critical needs. Go through their list below and find the one that touches your heart. The Mercy Medical Center is […]]]>

Volunteers will be happy to know that the opportunities are opening wide with the COVID-19 crisis no longer under control. Most notable is the CHI Mercy Medical Center, one of the organizations with the most critical needs. Go through their list below and find the one that touches your heart.

The Mercy Medical Center is looking for Emergency Support Services volunteers to provide comfort to patients and families, help with housekeeping with room renewal and storage of supplies. Requires emotional maturity, an ability to deal with potentially hostile situations. Volunteers should be able to work with minimal direction or supervision; Palliative care volunteers to help with administrative support and provide comfort care to non-nursing patients. Must be sensitive to issues caused by illness / stress and the ability to work with minimal direction or supervision; Unloading volunteers to take unloaded patients to their waiting cars at the entrance of the hospital. Requires walking and pushing wheelchairs and interacting with patients; All volunteers must be available on a regular basis. Volunteers can apply online at https://www.chimercyhealth.com/volunteers.html or contact Marcie at 541-677-1253 or marcie.yoder@commonspirit.org.

The following organizations also need your generosity and help:

The St. Francis Community Kitchen in Sutherlin is looking for volunteers to pack and distribute take-out meals to their customers. It’s fast and dynamic work on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. For more information, call Theresa Kirkpatrick, Co-Chair, Volunteer Coordinator and Trainer, at 541-459-3156.

The Douglas County Seniors Services Meal Program requires Meals on Wheels and / or Meals on Wheels in Sutherlin, Yonçalla and Glendale on Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon. Reimbursement of mileage is provided. Kitchen helpers are also needed at Winston and Yoncella Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 am to 12:30 pm Darla, Food Services Coordinator, can give you details at 541-440-3658.

The Meals on Wheels / Friendly Kitchen serves hot meals to Roseburg seniors or those with disabilities within city limits. Although its catering site is currently closed, drivers are urgently needed to deliver meals Monday through Friday from 11:30 am to noon. For more information call 541-673-5929 or email info@friendlykitchen.org.

Saving Grace Pet Shelter needs a kennel in the morning. Care volunteers are needed to help feed the animals, clean and set up the kennels in the morning from 9:00 am to noon. This position currently has openings of immediate need on Sunday and Monday mornings.

• Morning and afternoon cattery care volunteers are needed to help feed the animals, clean and set up the cattery and small animal housing. Morning care at the cattery takes place from 9:00 am to noon with immediate openings on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Afternoon care of the cattery is from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The immediate openings are from Monday to Saturday.

• Adoption reception volunteers are needed to help greet the public and direct them to the appropriate service. Guests are required Thursday and Friday afternoons from 2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 12:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The training for this position takes an average of 4 shifts and is done on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 12:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. with the main host trainers.

• Saving Grace needs foster homes to care for mother and kitten; kitten; feeding bottle; and foster dogs. Training materials will be provided as well as supplies, food and medical care for the host family. Volunteers must complete the Host Application form on the website: www.savinggracepetadoptioncenter.org under the “Do you participate” tab followed by “Foster family placement program”.

• A volunteer to answer phones, route calls or take messages on Mondays from 9 am to 1 pm. Training will be offered.

• A maintenance person is always required to assist with minor maintenance of the main installation. This position is “as needed”. Training will be offered for all volunteer positions.

Vi Angel, also known as Hat Lady, is looking for Craftsmen. or those interested in learning, knitting or crocheting hats, scarves or afghans for adults and children in need. Son donations are welcome. For more information, call Vi at 541-671-7124.


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🌱 Calm areas CapMetro + Amber alert for girls ATX + Synagogue https://klavlav.org/%f0%9f%8c%b1-calm-areas-capmetro-amber-alert-for-girls-atx-synagogue/ Thu, 11 Nov 2021 18:12:23 +0000 https://klavlav.org/%f0%9f%8c%b1-calm-areas-capmetro-amber-alert-for-girls-atx-synagogue/ Hey, neighbors! It’s me again, Meagan Falcon, your host of the North Austin-Pflugerville Daily. It’s Friday, which means it’s time to get ready for a great weekend ahead. But first, let’s start with everything you need to know today. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Usually sunny and beautiful. High: 76 Low: […]]]>

Hey, neighbors! It’s me again, Meagan Falcon, your host of the North Austin-Pflugerville Daily.

It’s Friday, which means it’s time to get ready for a great weekend ahead. But first, let’s start with everything you need to know today.


First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Usually sunny and beautiful. High: 76 Low: 41.

Your forecast for the weekend:

A wave of cooler air is expected late Friday and early Saturday as another cold front crosses the region.

The coming weekend is shaping up to be bright with sunny skies and peaks in the 70s for the most part. The start of the working week promises to be dry and hot. The clouds return Tuesday before the next front.


Here are the best stories in North Austin-Pflugerville today:

  1. Capital Metro has set itself the goal of implementing “quiet areas” at four level crossings in north of Austin after receiving complaints from residents about loud horns. (North Austin-Pflugerville Patch)
  2. a Amber alert was issued for a Austin three year old girl who police said was kidnapped Thursday morning. (KXAN.com)
  3. Arson investigators with the Austin firefighters arrested a man Wednesday who is accused of intentionally set fire to a Austin Synagogue on Halloween night. (KXAN.com)
  4. The The Texas Utilities Commission has approved an application from Tesla Energy Ventures, LLC, to be able to supply retail electricity “throughout the area served by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT)”, as per request. (KXAN.com)
  5. Housing prices and supply begin to return to a more stable level after a turbulent year in the housing market with skyrocketing prices and limited supply, experts said. (Community impact journal)

    Today’s North Austin-Pflugerville Daily is brought to you by our friends at Verizon. They are building the fastest 5G network in the country. To find out how 5G will change the lives of you and your community – and gain access to this amazing technology – Click here. And thank you Verizon for sponsoring this community resource in North Austin-Pflugerville!


North Austin-Pflugerville Notebook

  • Pflugerville Parks and Recreation: “You may have noticed that when the Gilleland Creek Trail reopened under the intersection of Pecan Street and FM 685 / Dessau Road, a new sidewalk connects the trail to Pecan Street.” (Facebook)
  • Pflugerville Library: “The Pflugerville Public Library is pleased to announce a collaboration with MakerGirl thanks to generous funding from sponsor EOS North America! This virtual program allows children to gain experience with 3D design and printing. (Facebook)
  • Pflugerville Live Pets: To adopt, please visit the cattery located inside PetSmart at 2601 S IH35 Pad E, Round Rock, TX 78664 or email adopt@pflugervillepetsalive.org today! #AdoptPPA #FosteringSavesLives #Adoptable # AdoptDontShop “(Facebook)
  • Rotary club of Pflugerville: “Repost from @ rotary5870.centraltx • Honor all who have served our country. Thank you for your service!” (Facebook)
  • Baseball and softball for young people in the Pflugerville region: “Attention Families. The registration site has been updated !!! Please note that the next time you log in you will need to verify your account and create a new password. Spring registration is just around the corner! !!!!! do not forget.” (Facebook)

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You are now in the know and ready to go out this Friday. See you soon! If you are feeling these bulletins, consider bringing other friends and neighbors for the ride. You can send them this link to subscribe.

Your friendly neighborhood journalist,

Meagan Falcon

Meagan covers local news for Patch in Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Leander and Pflugerville.

About Meagan: I was born and raised in Corpus Christi and spent three years covering the latest news and things to do in South Texas before moving to the Austin subway. When I’m not reporting the news, I’m reading a good book, tending to my garden, and spending time with my puppy.I’m new to the green thumb, so if you all have any gardening tips I’d love to.

Got a tip or suggestion for an upcoming North Austin-Pflugerville Daily? Contact meagan.falcon@patch.com anytime.


Quote of the day:

“We savor the news of our heroes, forgetting that we are also extraordinary to someone.” – Helene hayes

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Pet Day Care and Accommodation Market Size and Analysis https://klavlav.org/pet-day-care-and-accommodation-market-size-and-analysis/ https://klavlav.org/pet-day-care-and-accommodation-market-size-and-analysis/#respond Tue, 09 Nov 2021 12:06:37 +0000 https://klavlav.org/pet-day-care-and-accommodation-market-size-and-analysis/ New Jersey, United States, – The research study presented in this report offers a complete and intelligent analysis of the competition, segmentation, dynamics, and geographical advancement of the Global Pet Day Care and Accommodation Market. It takes into account the CAGR, value, volume, revenue, production, consumption, sales, manufacturing cost, prices, and other key factors related […]]]>

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The comparative results provided in the Pet Daycare and Lodging report allow readers to understand the difference between players and how they compete against each other. The research study gives a detailed view of current and future trends and opportunities in the Pet Care and Accommodation market. Market dynamics such as drivers and restraints are explained in the most detailed and simple way possible using tables and charts. Interested parties should find significant recommendations for improving their business in the Pet Day Care and Accommodation market.

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The report covers an in-depth analysis of the major market players in the market, along with their business overview, expansion plans, and strategies. The major players studied in the report include:

• Best Friends Pet Care
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• Barkefellers
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• North America (United States 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 the rest of Latin America)
• Middle East and Africa (GCC and rest of Middle East and Africa)

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Rescue cat Charles at Frankley’s RSPCA searches for his furry home https://klavlav.org/rescue-cat-charles-at-frankleys-rspca-searches-for-his-furry-home/ https://klavlav.org/rescue-cat-charles-at-frankleys-rspca-searches-for-his-furry-home/#respond Sat, 06 Nov 2021 07:05:04 +0000 https://klavlav.org/rescue-cat-charles-at-frankleys-rspca-searches-for-his-furry-home/ The RSPCA hopes to find a loving home forever for the rescue cat Charles after he has been in the care of the charity for more than ten months. Charles was placed in the care of the RSPCA Newbrook Farm Animal Center in Frankley in January of this year because his former owner could no […]]]>

The RSPCA hopes to find a loving home forever for the rescue cat Charles after he has been in the care of the charity for more than ten months.

Charles was placed in the care of the RSPCA Newbrook Farm Animal Center in Frankley in January of this year because his former owner could no longer care for him.

The ten-year-old ginger and white cat was very skinny and suffered from a few medical issues that needed to be addressed before he could be relocated.

He suffered from dental disease and an ear infection, but after months of treatment and TLC, Charles is now back to full health and ready to be returned home forever.

Emma Finnamore, Cattery Supervisor at RSPCA Birmingham, said: “Poor Charles hasn’t had much interest yet despite being ready for relocation since July.

“He’s a golden oldie boy looking for a quiet retirement home. He was a little shy at first, but his foster family say that with a little care he quickly came out of his hiding place to make a fuss.

“He is a very affectionate cat and will follow his nurturer everywhere, especially in the kitchen when he wants food. He loves to make a fuss and loves to be brushed, especially his chin and stomach. Charles enjoys company and doesn’t like being alone for too long.

“One of her favorite things is lying next to you on the sofa. He sometimes has half an hour of play where he zooms in, but the rest of his time he spends curled up and sleeping.

If you would like to gift Charles a new home, please download a Perfect Match Form and email birmac@rspca.org.uk

To help the RSPCA continue to save, rehabilitate and relocate animals in desperate need of care, please visit our website or call our donation line on 0300 123 8181.


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Take a peek inside a £ 1.5million house with kennels and cattery in the picturesque hamlet of Nottinghamshire https://klavlav.org/take-a-peek-inside-a-1-5million-house-with-kennels-and-cattery-in-the-picturesque-hamlet-of-nottinghamshire/ https://klavlav.org/take-a-peek-inside-a-1-5million-house-with-kennels-and-cattery-in-the-picturesque-hamlet-of-nottinghamshire/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 16:00:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/take-a-peek-inside-a-1-5million-house-with-kennels-and-cattery-in-the-picturesque-hamlet-of-nottinghamshire/ Originally built in the 1750s, Babbington Hall has been highly regarded both as a family home with equestrian facilities and more recently with adjacent kennels, cattery and rescue center. The substantial land of approximately ten acres offers space for a variety of uses, with rolling countryside and far reaching views securing this home in a […]]]>

Originally built in the 1750s, Babbington Hall has been highly regarded both as a family home with equestrian facilities and more recently with adjacent kennels, cattery and rescue center.

The substantial land of approximately ten acres offers space for a variety of uses, with rolling countryside and far reaching views securing this home in a truly enviable position.

The hall offers seven reception rooms, five bedrooms and four bathrooms and various outbuildings.

It is surrounded by a garden and an enclosure, which are surrounded by established hedges with distant views.

A particular highlight of this home is the two acre bluebell forest with trails leading through creating a unique and tranquil space for walks right on the doorstep.

Check out our photo gallery and dig deeper into the assets of the property via the Rightmove website here.

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RSPCA relocates 124 cats to Gloucestershire, but Smokey still needs one https://klavlav.org/rspca-relocates-124-cats-to-gloucestershire-but-smokey-still-needs-one/ https://klavlav.org/rspca-relocates-124-cats-to-gloucestershire-but-smokey-still-needs-one/#respond Tue, 02 Nov 2021 14:43:43 +0000 https://klavlav.org/rspca-relocates-124-cats-to-gloucestershire-but-smokey-still-needs-one/ The RSPCA has seen a huge increase in cat searches as new figures show that on average the charity is relocating two cats every hour. There was a 166% increase in searches for cats on the RSPCA’s FindAPet website after the first year of the pandemic. Last year, the association welcomed 17,868 cats, or 53 […]]]>

The RSPCA has seen a huge increase in cat searches as new figures show that on average the charity is relocating two cats every hour.

There was a 166% increase in searches for cats on the RSPCA’s FindAPet website after the first year of the pandemic.

Last year, the association welcomed 17,868 cats, or 53 per day or two cats every hour. In Gloucestershire, 124 cats were taken in in 2020.

Centers and branches also care for more cats than any pet with nearly 3,000 moggies in the care of the RSPCA since the start of the year (January 1 to August 31).

This month marks Adoptober, when the RSPCA shines a light on the animals in its care looking for homes, and with more cats in the charity’s care than any other pet, it means ‘there are a lot of feline friends looking to be adopted.

Sam Gaines, RSPCA Companion Animal Team Leader, said: “It’s great to see so many people interested in adopting RSPCA cats. The lockdown has really brought to light the close bond we have with our pets and for many people their pets have become a real source of comfort in these trying times.

“We have seen a huge increase in the number of pet owners over the past year and while it is positive that so many people want to adopt a pet, we would like to stress the importance of do your research to make sure you have the time, patience, and money to care for this animal for the rest of its life.

“Our centers and branches are seeing a lot of cats being entrusted to them at the moment. This could be due to the end of the kitten season when most cats are born or, more worryingly, it could be because people who bought cats on impulse earlier in the year are now struggling to get there. to face.

“However, we urge anyone who has done their research thoroughly and wishes to take a rescue cat to consider adopting RSPCA.”

Currently the Cotswold Dogs and Cats house has Smokey, a beautiful one year old black male cat. He is said to be a lovable boy, who struggles to fit into cattery life while he is at home.

At the moment he is quite afraid of the new noises and will return to his safe place when he is a little anxious. He enjoys making stories on his own terms and slowly gaining confidence every day.

Smokey is looking for a quieter home without too much back and forth. This handsome boy has a lot of love to give and is looking for someone who can help him build his confidence.

Smokey would work best in an adults-only home, where someone is present most of the day to help them settle in at their own pace. He should be housed as the only pet in the house.

To learn more about Smokey and how to adopt him, please visit his Find A Pet page.

Sam added: “We believe that neutering cats from the age of four months will reduce the number of unwanted and unexpected litters of kittens that are born and unfortunately end up in rescue centers. We understand that many owners may not have been able to have their pets sterilized, as vets naturally had to prioritize emergencies in the face of Covid-19. However, we urge anyone with an unsterilized female cat to get her spayed as soon as they can and keep her indoors until she is spayed.

To help the RSPCA continue to save, rehabilitate and relocate animals in desperate need of care, please visit our website or call our donation line on 0300 123 8181.


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RSPCA helps rehouse over 1,000 cats in Cheshire https://klavlav.org/rspca-helps-rehouse-over-1000-cats-in-cheshire/ https://klavlav.org/rspca-helps-rehouse-over-1000-cats-in-cheshire/#respond Sun, 31 Oct 2021 14:52:38 +0000 https://klavlav.org/rspca-helps-rehouse-over-1000-cats-in-cheshire/ The RSPCA has relocated 1,018 cats to Cheshire as the organization saw a 166% increase in cat adoption searches. The huge increase in searches on the FindAPet website means that the charity now hosts two chats every hour. In March 2020, there were 114,316 searches compared to January 2021 when it rose to 304,300. Last […]]]>

The RSPCA has relocated 1,018 cats to Cheshire as the organization saw a 166% increase in cat adoption searches.

The huge increase in searches on the FindAPet website means that the charity now hosts two chats every hour.

In March 2020, there were 114,316 searches compared to January 2021 when it rose to 304,300.

Last year, the association welcomed 17,868 cats, including 1,018 in Cheshire.

Centers and branches also care for more cats than any pet with nearly 3,000 moggies in the care of the RSPCA since the start of the year (January 1 to August 31).

This month, she ran an “Adoptober” campaign highlighting the animals in her care looking for a home.

In Nantwich, this includes Tilly, 11, who came to the care of RSPCA Stapeley Grange cattery in Nantwich when her owner could no longer care for her due to illness.

An RSPCA spokesperson said: “Tilly is such a chatty and friendly woman and although she is a senior kitten she is very young at heart!

“She was quite nervous when she arrived and was looking for a quieter, adult-only home where she could spend her golden years.

“She would prefer not to live with other pets and would like to have access to a safe outdoor space to relax.

“Unfortunately, Tilly was hit by a car when she was younger and she has metal in her legs, but that doesn’t affect her mobility.

“However, it is very important that she is relocated away from busy roads.”

Sam Gaines, RSPCA Companion Animal Team Leader, said: “It’s great to see so many people interested in adopting RSPCA cats.

“The lockdown has really brought to light the close bond we have with our pets and for many people their pets have become a real source of comfort in these difficult times.

“We have seen a tremendous increase in the number of pet owners over the past year and while it is positive that so many people want to adopt a pet, we would like to stress the importance of doing so. your research to make sure you have the time, patience, and money to care for this animal for the rest of its life.

“Our centers and branches are seeing a lot of cats being entrusted to them at the moment.

“This could be due to the end of the kitten season when most cats are born or, more worryingly, it could be because people who bought cats on impulse earlier in the year are now struggling to get there. to face.

“However, we urge anyone who has done their research thoroughly and wishes to take a rescue cat to consider adopting RSPCA.”

If you could give Tilly a loving home submit an application form to the RSPCA Stapeley Grange cattery at [email protected]


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Richass Murloc Cattery | Bitcoinist.com https://klavlav.org/richass-murloc-cattery-bitcoinist-com/ https://klavlav.org/richass-murloc-cattery-bitcoinist-com/#respond Sat, 30 Oct 2021 15:14:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/richass-murloc-cattery-bitcoinist-com/ Hong Kong, October 28 – The Richass Murloc Social Club, as the first NFT avatar project has bolstered the social metaverse on Binance Smart Chain, and a unique collectible NFT of 10,000 Murlocs, is offering its members a chance to adopt adorable kittens. Pets for each member The kittens offered by RMSC are not for […]]]>

Hong Kong, October 28 – The Richass Murloc Social Club, as the first NFT avatar project has bolstered the social metaverse on Binance Smart Chain, and a unique collectible NFT of 10,000 Murlocs, is offering its members a chance to adopt adorable kittens.

Pets for each member

The kittens offered by RMSC are not for sale. The way for RMSC members to adopt a kitten is to hit it with a Murloc in your BSC wallet. Each Murloc you own gives you 1 chance to claim a kitten. Once you claim your kitten with your murloc, that murloc can no longer be used to claim another kitten.

Contributions for the community

Richass Murloc Cattery Club will have a 5% royalty associated with secondary sales on Lootex and Researchers. Any profit we generate from these fees will be allocated to our Murloc Foundation, which will be used for community expansion and marketing campaigns. After six weeks, we will remove the 2.5% fee from Lootex and the royalty will be 2.5%.

Specification

There are 10,000 NFTs in total for the Richass Murloc Cattery Club. Each RMCC kitten is stored as a BEP-721 token on the Binance Smart Chain and hosted on IPFS. Each kitten in the cattery club is programmatically generated from over 26 possible traits. Some traits are rarer than others.

Phase 2 Mint is live now

6,000 Murlocs are available at 12:00 UTC on October 27 as part of Phase 2 sales at 0.3 BNB. You get a 20% discount in Phase 2 if you HODL at least ONE Murloc in your wallet. Once you’ve created your Murloc, don’t forget to adopt your Kitten.

About Richass Murloc Social Club

Each Murloc in RMSC is unique and randomly generated from over 130 possible traits, including clothing, headwear, and more. All Murlocs are drugs, but some are rarer than others. Murlocs are stored as BEP-721 tokens on Binance Smart Chain and hosted on IPFS. Only 555 Murlocs are retained from the sale. These will only be used for a series of early bird marketing and membership campaigns. If you want to get a free Murloc, join their community and participate in their campaigns.

The Richass Murloc Social Club is still in its infancy. Check out their website to learn more about their vivid imaginations.

Website: https://richassmurlocssocialclub.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RichassMurlocSC
Telegram: https://t.me/RichassMurlocSC
Discord: https://discord.gg/Z9MYekbWFJ
Email: richassmurlocsocialclub@protonmail.com



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