Cattery website – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 21:58:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://klavlav.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/klav-150x150.png Cattery website – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ 32 32 Unparalleled research into the pet daycare market with Current https://klavlav.org/unparalleled-research-into-the-pet-daycare-market-with-current/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 10:00:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/unparalleled-research-into-the-pet-daycare-market-with-current/ pet daycare market Worldwide Market Reports has published a research report titled “Pet Daycare Market” which covers comprehensive data on common trends, drivers, growth opportunities and restraints that may alter the market dynamics of the global industry. This report provides an in-depth analysis of the market segmentation which includes products, applications, and geographical analysis. The […]]]>

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Worldwide Market Reports has published a research report titled “Pet Daycare Market” which covers comprehensive data on common trends, drivers, growth opportunities and restraints that may alter the market dynamics of the global industry. This report provides an in-depth analysis of the market segmentation which includes products, applications, and geographical analysis. The Global Pet Care Products Market report closely monitors leading competitors with strategic analysis, micro and macro market trends and scenarios, pricing analysis and a comprehensive overview of the industry status during the forecast period.

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Key Players Operating in Pet Daycare Market:

PetSmart
Carey Pet & Home Care
Best Friends Pet Care Inc.
Camp Bow-Wow
Dogtopia
preppy pet
Royvon
Barkefellers
Guesthouse Country Paws
Boarding Puss ‘n’ Boots Cattery
Urban Tails Pet Resort
Camp Run-A-Mutt
Pet Station Group
Central Bark Dog Daycare
Country comfort kennels
dog stop
A place for Rover, Inc.
4 Paws Paradise, LLC
Come sit stay
Fetch! Take care of an animal
Barkley Ventures, Inc.
Domestic helpers

On the basis of Types, the Pet Daycare Market is primarily split into:

Day boarding
pet sitting
Others

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Dogs
Cats
Others

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Rochdale News | News Headlines | Bleakholt Wildlife Sanctuary prepares for a ‘difficult’ few months https://klavlav.org/rochdale-news-news-headlines-bleakholt-wildlife-sanctuary-prepares-for-a-difficult-few-months/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 10:13:05 +0000 https://klavlav.org/rochdale-news-news-headlines-bleakholt-wildlife-sanctuary-prepares-for-a-difficult-few-months/ Date published: September 16, 2022 Gemma Atkinson, President of Bleakholt With the cost of living crisis and rising bills, Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary is preparing for a tough few months – but animals will always come first. Electricity bills at Edenfield Sanctuary, which is just outside the borough of Rochdale, have doubled to almost […]]]>



Date published: September 16, 2022


With the cost of living crisis and rising bills, Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary is preparing for a tough few months – but animals will always come first.

Electricity bills at Edenfield Sanctuary, which is just outside the borough of Rochdale, have doubled to almost £100,000 a year and it’s something they have to manage when they care for dogs, cats, pigs, horses, donkeys and more at the 55-acre Sanctuary, all of which need special care.

They are also bracing for people to abandon their pets as the cost of living crisis hits at home, many of whom suffer from illnesses requiring ongoing medical treatment, another rising cost.

The sanctuary is home to 350 animals – around 80 dogs, 120 cats and a growing number of rabbits and small animals waiting to be rehomed while horses, donkeys, pigs, goats and chickens live their lives there.

Bleakholt launched in 1957 with Olive Lomas rescuing a donkey, Maudie, from the slaughterhouse; it became a charity in 1968 and has grown and developed ever since.

Now in their 65th year of existence, the staff are trying to ensure Bleakholt stays for at least 65 years as they go through a tough time.

They are trying to make their site as eco-friendly as possible, 8,500 trees will be planted in November to help the wildlife in the area and they are hoping to find grants or fundraising of around £270,000 so the sanctuary can run on renewable energy.

They already make their own hay to save money and have applied for grants and donations which have helped them expand the sanctuary over the past few years with new modern kennels, which opened in November 2018 and have heating on the floor, an £18,000 kitten. hall as well as a £75,000 redevelopment of the cattery which was officially opened earlier this year by Bleakholt chairman, Hits Radio star Gemma Atkinson.

Karen Weed with Rescue Pickle
Karen Weed with Rescue Pickle

Sanctuary manager Karen Weed said: ‘Over the past few years a lot of work has been done at Bleakholt to bring it up to date and ensure that all of our animals have the best possible facilities while they await their birth. home forever. or settle in Bleakholt.

“We do everything from recycling to upcycling to make sure Bleakholt is as environmentally friendly as possible and also to help keep costs down.

“Our electric and gas bill has doubled over the last few months which is frustrating as we would much rather spend our money helping more animals.

“We are also getting many more animals into our care who need medical treatment. A dog that recently arrived, through no fault of his own, is Buster, a six-year-old Akita who needs surgery on both legs. We asked for donations and got some of it as it will cost £7,000. He had his first operation and we won’t let him down.

“We have charity shops in Ramsbottom and Bury and have just opened a shop in Bacup, selling furniture as well as the usual charity items. It’s always a test when you open a new store because we rely on volunteers to help us, but luckily we have a good group of volunteers, although we are always looking for more.

“We also host fundraising events such as our Hallowe’en Spooky Family Fun Day on October 30, we still have our annual Christmas Shoebox Appeal which is well supported and host our Open Houses which are always well attended, but we understand that people are struggling too. Ways to help the sanctuary at no cost are to choose Bleakholt as your charity of choice through Amazon Smile and Pets at Home VIP Club.

Stables co-manager Sheila Linley admitted to noticing changes over the past few months. She and her team take care of 39 horses, donkeys and mules.

Sheila with Bracken
Sheila with Bracken

“There are more applications coming up because obviously looking after horses is expensive,” Sheila said. “If we have a place, we go through our list for the most needy.

“We make our own hay, but had to change where we get our shavings for bedding to somewhere cheaper.”

Sallie Conroy is Rehoming Supervisor for dogs. She said: “We don’t get as many requests for big dogs because obviously they are more expensive to feed.

“We are also taking in a lot more older dogs and that obviously comes with medical costs.

“We are getting more animals locked up and people are giving up the breeds they paid for. We recently brought in two dachshunds and a bulldog which is unusual.

Sarah Neild, Dog Welfare Supervisor, said: “There are all sorts of reasons people bring their dogs to Bleakholt. Some are destined to move where they can’t take them to rented accommodation, some dogs arrive pregnant, and some are due for medical bills.

“A dog, Bob, came from a dog sitter and his teeth were the worst I have ever seen. It is assumed that he was abandoned because of his teeth but we sorted them and they are beautiful and shiny now!

Kittens at Bleakholt Wildlife Sanctuary

Cat Section Supervisor Hayley Collins and her team look after approximately 120 cats.

“We’re seeing a lot more cats not being neutered because of the expense and that brings its own set of issues,” Hayley said.

“Kittens are surprisingly harder to adopt right now, people just aren’t adopting animals the way they used to be.”

Maintenance coordinator Dan Walmsley said his job has become more difficult with rising costs.

“All the materials went through the roof. We need materials to run the site, but it is now much more expensive to buy what we need.

Bleakholt has a few famous admirers, including singer Lisa Stansfield who recently said she comes to tickle pigs, actress Maxine Peake has attended open houses and former soap opera star Gemma is a big supporter in her role of president.

“Like everyone else, we need to watch what we spend,” Karen said. “However, animals always come first at Bleakholt.”

If you would like to support Bleakholt, please visit their website: www.bleakholt.org/help/donating/

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Geelong Cats v Brisbane Lions; 2022 AFL First Preliminary Final Match Preview and Squad Lists – The Cattery – Geelong Cats Unofficial Website https://klavlav.org/geelong-cats-v-brisbane-lions-2022-afl-first-preliminary-final-match-preview-and-squad-lists-the-cattery-geelong-cats-unofficial-website/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 09:59:28 +0000 https://klavlav.org/geelong-cats-v-brisbane-lions-2022-afl-first-preliminary-final-match-preview-and-squad-lists-the-cattery-geelong-cats-unofficial-website/ Geelong Cats v Brisbane Lions, AFL 2022 Final Preliminary Match preview and squad rostersBen Jensen GEELONG have named an unchanged roster for their preliminary final clash with the Brisbane Lions at the MCG tomorrow night. The Lions made two changes, giving former Cats ruckman Darcy Fort the film in favor of Oscar McInerney, while new […]]]>

Geelong Cats v Brisbane Lions, AFL 2022 Final Preliminary Match preview and squad rosters
Ben Jensen GEELONG have named an unchanged roster for their preliminary final clash with the Brisbane Lions at the MCG tomorrow night. The Lions made two changes, giving former Cats ruckman Darcy Fort the film in favor of Oscar McInerney, while new dad Joe Daniher was recalled. Last-game Cats medical backup Mark O’Connor is an emergency, along with Sam Menegola, Jonathan Ceglar and Brandan Parfitt.

AFL 2022 FIRST PRELIMINARY FINAL
GEELONG CATS V BRISBANE LIONS
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2022, 7:50 PM AEST
CWM

PREDICTIONS
Ben- Cats 29 points
Oscar- Leos 17 points
Cassie- Cats 27 points

GEELONG CATS – SELECTED SIDE
IN: –
OUT: M O’Connor (Medical Submarine)

B: Z Tuohy, S De Koning, J Bews
HB: Z Guthrie, J Henry, T Stewart
C: I Smith, J Selwood, T Atkins
HF: B Close, J Cameron, M Duncan
F: T Stengle, T Hawkins, G Rohan
NEXT: R Stanley, P Dangerfield, C Guthrie
INT: J Kolodjashnij, M Blicavs, M Holmes, G Miers
EMER: B Parfitt, M ​​O’Connor, S Menegola, J Ceglar

BRISBANE LIONS – SELECTED SIDE
IN: J Daniher, O McInerney
OUT: D Fort, T Fullarton (both omitted), R Mathieson (Medi-Sub)

B: D Gardiner, D McStay, D Rich
Coordinator: B Starcevich, H Andrews, K Coleman
C: Z Bailey, J Berry, C Ah Chee
HF: D Zorko, E Hipwood, L McCarthy
F: J Payne, J Daniher, C Cameron
NEXT: O McInerney, L Neale, H McCluggage
I/C: D Robertson, C Rayner, N Answerth, D Wilmot
EMER: J Prior, D Fort, R Lester, R Mathieson

REFEREES
FIELD Brett Rosebury, Hayden Gavine, Brendan Hosking EMER: Jacob Mollison
FRONTIER Chris Esler, Michael Marantelli, Ben MacDonald, Ian Burrows
GOAL Stephen Williams, Matthew Dervan EMER: Michael Craig

About the Author

Ben Jensen

THE CATTERY began as a labor of love, and remained, by creator and lead contributor Ben Jensen in mid-season 2002. His goal was to create the best “unofficial” Geelong Football Club site on the net. Consultant by day and webmaster by night, he created his first website in 1996 while studying engineering and science at Deakin University in Geelong. After a very brief stint (by design!) creating web-based operations manuals for water installations, the Chartered Engineer quickly decided it was time he combined his love of Cats with his skills and that he “tries” to do what he hoped for. would be one of the best unofficial sites in Geelong. Ben doesn’t remember ever supporting the mighty Cats, let alone when he started pitching for the team wearing the blue and white hoops. Virtually all of Ben’s family supports Geelong; even cousins ​​in Sydney. Sadly, he married into a mixed family of Carlton and Essendon fans, but he retains first and last rights to any offspring. One of his earliest memories is of his father explaining the rules of the game by drawing a large oval football pitch and drawing the positions in each spot, with “JACKO” in front. The rest of those early memories revolve around Gary Ablett Senior, Billy Brownless (his very first favorite official player) and Garry ‘Buddha’ Hocking. Having lived elsewhere in Victoria and overseas, Ben has remained proud of his Geelong roots and never misses an opportunity to show his allegiance, and particularly enjoys strolling from the top of Collins Street on a Monday morning after a victory wearing a tie Geelong and maybe even a jacket and scarf on special occasions. I live again in Geelong after fifteen years of absence. Ben would love to hear your comments, suggestions and hopefully contributions to The Cattery.

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Designer Bengal Singapore is a cattery specializing in exotic cats https://klavlav.org/designer-bengal-singapore-is-a-cattery-specializing-in-exotic-cats/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 07:28:13 +0000 https://klavlav.org/designer-bengal-singapore-is-a-cattery-specializing-in-exotic-cats/ Spend some time browsing Instagram or TikTok and you’ll definitely come across videos of cats doing their thing. From punching seals in the face for ‘stealing their fish’ (absolutely hilarious) to do the craziest things, cats can be incredibly quirky and cute. And if you want to spend time with the cutest exotic catshurry to […]]]>

Spend some time browsing Instagram or TikTok and you’ll definitely come across videos of cats doing their thing. From punching seals in the face for ‘stealing their fish’ (absolutely hilarious) to do the craziest things, cats can be incredibly quirky and cute. And if you want to spend time with the cutest exotic catshurry to go Designer Bengal Singapore.

Located at East Coastthis cattery specializes in a wide range of exotic cats from the majestic bengals and majestic beardless Sphynxhuge fluffy Maine Coons and a sweet hug rag dolls. They also have (arguably) one of the cutest cat breeds ever, the Scottish pleatsstocky Munchkins, Toygers, British Shorthair and american curl cats too.

Designer Bengal Singapore

Generally larger in size compared to our Singapore domestic cats, also affectionately known as our Lion City Kitties – these exotic cats are gorgeous, friendly and certainly exhibit the same silly and cute tendencies as all cats.

Photos: @designerbengalsingapore/instagram

There are exotic kittens for sale also so if you are thinking of bringing home a new furry family member this is a good place to consider as some people have left rave reviews of this place being one of the best catteries in Singapore where they went.

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Photo: Designer Bengal Singapore

To $5 per person for a 30 minutes visit to this cattery, be sure to make an appointment (call 624242416 or WhatsApp 96191577) before heading down as tours here are strictly by appointment.

PS: There are more cafes and pet catteries around Singapore with lots of the cutest dogs and cats to interact with if you are looking for a fun activity to do, perfect for dates, group outings and family outings too!

Designer Bengal Singapore
Facebook | Instagram | Website
📍 [email protected]308 Telok Kurau Road, #01-14, 423858
🕒 12pm – 8pm (Wed to Sun, strictly by appointment only)

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Search is on to find unwanted Rosie a home after 200 days in RSPCA care https://klavlav.org/search-is-on-to-find-unwanted-rosie-a-home-after-200-days-in-rspca-care/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 14:35:47 +0000 https://klavlav.org/search-is-on-to-find-unwanted-rosie-a-home-after-200-days-in-rspca-care/ POOR Rosie was cared for by staff at the RSPCA Bryn Y Maen Animal Center for over 200 days and had no interest. Now staff at the Upper Colwyn Bay center are hoping Roise – who is a six-year-old domestic shorthair cross – will soon find her perfect ‘furever’ home. Center manager Vicky Williams said: […]]]>

POOR Rosie was cared for by staff at the RSPCA Bryn Y Maen Animal Center for over 200 days and had no interest.

Now staff at the Upper Colwyn Bay center are hoping Roise – who is a six-year-old domestic shorthair cross – will soon find her perfect ‘furever’ home.

Center manager Vicky Williams said: ‘Rosie is one of our long-term residents – and we just can’t figure out why!

“Even though she is sweet, confident and so friendly, she has been with us for over 200 days.

“It could be its color that puts people off – with black or black and white cats often taking much longer to get home – for whatever reason.

“Rosie’s path to heart includes tasty treats, a cozy ride and a feathered toy. To end her busy days, she enjoys lounging in the sun watching the outside world.

“Rosie was given to us with another cat but has since shown that she would rather be the only cat in the house so she could soak up all the attention!”

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Rosie has a history of asthma but is not currently taking any medication for it but will need to be monitored when she is home.

The center cattery team will be happy to discuss this in more detail and answer any questions from potential adopters.

Vicky added: “We hope Rosie finds her second chance at happiness soon.

“As always, as soon as a cat leaves for its new home, the space is quickly filled with another that is equally deserving, so we still have plenty of felines looking for their happy endings and we encourage anyone who are considering taking a rescue animal to check out our website.

If you would like to express your interest in Rosie, please complete a chat perfect match form to brynymaen@rspca.org.uk.

With the rise in the number of pet owners and the cost of living crisis straining people’s finances, the RSPCA fears it could see more animals being entrusted to it at a time when repatriation has slowed.

To adopt a rescue animal, visit: www.rspca.org.uk/findapet.

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The search is underway to find unwanted Rosie a home after 200 days in RSPCA care https://klavlav.org/the-search-is-underway-to-find-unwanted-rosie-a-home-after-200-days-in-rspca-care/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/the-search-is-underway-to-find-unwanted-rosie-a-home-after-200-days-in-rspca-care/ Pink Although there has been no interest from potential owners, staff at the Upper Colwyn Bay center are determined to find a home for six-year-old Rosie. Center director Vicky Williams said: ‘Rosie is one of our long-term residents – and we just can’t figure out why. “Even though she is sweet, confident and so friendly, […]]]>
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Although there has been no interest from potential owners, staff at the Upper Colwyn Bay center are determined to find a home for six-year-old Rosie.

Center director Vicky Williams said: ‘Rosie is one of our long-term residents – and we just can’t figure out why.

“Even though she is sweet, confident and so friendly, she has been with us for over 200 days.

“Perhaps it’s its color that puts people off – with black or black and white cats, which often take much longer to relocate – for whatever reason.

“Rosie’s Path to Heart includes tasty treats, a cozy ride and a feathered toy.

“To end her fun-filled days, she likes to bask in the sun watching the outside world.

“Rosie was given to us with another cat, but has since shown that she would rather be the only cat in the house so she could soak up all the attention.”

Rosie has a history of asthma but is not currently taking any medication for it but will need to be monitored when she is home.

The center cattery team will be happy to discuss this in more detail and answer any questions from potential adopters.

“We hope Rosie will soon find her second chance at happiness,”

“As always, as soon as a cat leaves for its new home, the space is quickly filled with another that is equally deserving, so we still have plenty of felines looking for their happy endings and we encourage anyone who are considering taking a rescue animal to check out our website.

To express your interest in Rosie, please complete a chat perfect match form to brynymaen@rspca.org.uk.

With the rise in the number of pet owners and the cost of living crisis straining people’s finances, the RSPCA fears it could see more animals being entrusted to it at a time when repatriation has slowed.

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St Giles Animal Rescue dog show at Hatch Beauchamp https://klavlav.org/st-giles-animal-rescue-dog-show-at-hatch-beauchamp/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 10:18:30 +0000 https://klavlav.org/st-giles-animal-rescue-dog-show-at-hatch-beauchamp/ IT promises to be lots of family fun at a fundraising dog show in aid of St Giles Animal Rescue. Some of the charity’s rescue dogs will make an appearance at the event at Hatch Beauchamp Village Hall and Playgrounds on Sunday, September 11, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. As well as over 15 […]]]>

IT promises to be lots of family fun at a fundraising dog show in aid of St Giles Animal Rescue.

Some of the charity’s rescue dogs will make an appearance at the event at Hatch Beauchamp Village Hall and Playgrounds on Sunday, September 11, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

As well as over 15 different local stalls, St Giles will have its own stalls which will host a raffle, items to buy, entertainment and games to get involved.

There will also be dog ice cream on sale at Taunton Dairy Parlor and refreshments for humans.

All money raised from the event will go to all animals in the care of St Giles, who are based in Wrantage.

Mel O’Sullivan from the charity said: “Due to Covid we have not been able to hold this event for some time so we are very happy to see as many faces as possible during the event and to support the work we do.

“We will also have a few of our rescue dogs joining us at some point during the day to say hello.”

Among the day’s activities are dog agility and training tips; alley of temptation; a raffle with fabulous prizes including a £100 Amazon gift card and an M&S basket; tap or drink, face painting; glitter tattoos; and hang a duck.

All dog show classes can be entered the same day.

Admission is £2 out of £5 for families.

St Giles Animal Rescue looks after and cares for abused, abandoned and displaced pets including dogs, cats, small animals and even sheep.

All animals are ready for adoption once they have been treated, trained and prepared for a better life – find out which animals are available on the center’s Animals for Adopt page on its website.

As a charity, St Giles relies on people’s support and that of its sponsors to help cover vet, boarding and food costs.

It is interesting for supporters to buy dinner for a dog, knit a blanket for the cattery or bake buns to raise funds.

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Geelong Cats v Collingwood Magpies; 2022 AFL Qualifying Final Match 1 preview and squad lists – The Cattery – Geelong Cats Unofficial Website https://klavlav.org/geelong-cats-v-collingwood-magpies-2022-afl-qualifying-final-match-1-preview-and-squad-lists-the-cattery-geelong-cats-unofficial-website/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 10:01:03 +0000 https://klavlav.org/geelong-cats-v-collingwood-magpies-2022-afl-qualifying-final-match-1-preview-and-squad-lists-the-cattery-geelong-cats-unofficial-website/ Geelong Cats v Collingwood Magpies, 2022 AFL Qualifying Final Round 1 preview and squad listsBen Jensen MARK O’CONNOR and Brandan Parfitt, both regulars for AFL side Geelong this season, have been omitted along with fringe players Esava Ratogolea and Jonathan Ceglar for the first qualifying final against Collingwood at the MCG tomorrow night. In their […]]]>

Geelong Cats v Collingwood Magpies, 2022 AFL Qualifying Final Round 1 preview and squad lists
Ben Jensen
MARK O’CONNOR and Brandan Parfitt, both regulars for AFL side Geelong this season, have been omitted along with fringe players Esava Ratogolea and Jonathan Ceglar for the first qualifying final against Collingwood at the MCG tomorrow night. In their place, Jeremy Cameron, Mitch Duncan and Rhys Stanley. Last week’s replacement, Tom Atkins, retains his place in the squad. The Magpies recalled Taylor Adams, at the expense of Oliver Henry and Finlay Macrae.

The twilight match is expected to draw at least ninety thousand people and take its place alongside other finals clashes between the two – the most memorable of which was the 2011 Grand Final with the 2007 Preliminary Final not far behind . The winner gets another week off and a place in the preliminary final, the loser will play another “home” game at the MCG the following week, which will be against the winner of the Fremantle Dockers and Western Bulldogs, which takes place in Perth’s Optus Stadium Saturday night.

FIRST AFL QUALIFYING FINAL 2022
GEELONG CATS V COLLINGWOOD MAGPIES
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2022, 4:35 PM AEST
CWM

PREDICTIONS
Ben- Cats 13 points
Oscar- Cats 28 points
Cassie- 16 point cats

GEELONG CATS – SELECTED SIDE
IN: M Duncan, J Cameron, R Stanley
OUT: M O’Connor, E Ratugolea, J Ceglar, B Parfitt (omitted)

B: Z Tuohy, S De Koning, J Bews
Coordinator: M Duncan, J Henry, T Stewart
C: I Smith, J Selwood, M Holmes
HF: B Close, J Cameron, G Miers
F: T Stengle, T Hawkins, G Rohan
NEXT: R Stanley, M Blicavs, P Dangerfield
INT: Z Guthrie, J Kolodjashnij, C Guthrie, T Atkins
EMER: S Menegola, M O’Connor, B Parfitt, J Ceglar

COLLINGWOOD PIES – SELECTED SIDE
IN: T Adams
OUT: O Henry (sub), F Macrae (omitted)

B: B Maynard, D Moore, J Howe
HB: J Crisp, N Murphy, S Pendlebury
C: J Noble, T Adams, I Quaynor
HF: J Elliott, D Cameron, B McCreery
F: N Daicos, B Mihocek, J Daicos
NEXT: M Cox, J De Goey, S Sidebottom
INT: P Lipinski, W Hoskin-Elliott, J Ginnivan, A Johnson
EMER: T Bianco, N Kreuger, C Brown, F Macrae

REFEREES
FIELD Brett Rosebury, Hayden Gavine, Brendan Hosking EM: John Howorth
LIMIT Matthew Tomkins, Chris Bull, Daniel Field-Read, Ian Burrows
GOAL Michael Craig, Matthew Dervan EMER: Angus McKenzie-Wills

About the Author

Ben Jensen

THE CATTERY began as a labor of love, and remained, by creator and lead contributor Ben Jensen in mid-season 2002. His goal was to create the best “unofficial” Geelong Football Club site on the net. Consultant by day and webmaster by night, he created his first website in 1996 while studying engineering and science at Deakin University in Geelong. After a very brief stint (by design!) creating web-based operations manuals for water installations, the Chartered Engineer quickly decided it was time he combined his love of Cats with his skills and that he “tries” to do what he hoped for. would be one of the best unofficial sites in Geelong. Ben doesn’t remember ever supporting the mighty Cats, let alone when he started pitching for the team wearing the blue and white hoops. Virtually all of Ben’s family supports Geelong; even cousins ​​in Sydney. Sadly, he married into a mixed family of Carlton and Essendon fans, but he retains first and last rights to any offspring. One of his earliest memories is of his father explaining the rules of the game by drawing a large oval football pitch and drawing the positions in each spot, with “JACKO” in front. The rest of those early memories revolve around Gary Ablett Senior, Billy Brownless (his very first favorite official player) and Garry ‘Buddha’ Hocking. Having lived elsewhere in Victoria and overseas, Ben has remained proud of his Geelong roots and never misses an opportunity to show his allegiance, and particularly enjoys strolling from the top of Collins Street on a Monday morning after a victory wearing a tie Geelong and maybe even a jacket and scarf on special occasions. I live again in Geelong after fifteen years of absence. Ben would love to hear your comments, suggestions and hopefully contributions to The Cattery.

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Cat found in box as RSPCA reports heartbreaking rise in abandoned pets in Lancashire https://klavlav.org/cat-found-in-box-as-rspca-reports-heartbreaking-rise-in-abandoned-pets-in-lancashire/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/cat-found-in-box-as-rspca-reports-heartbreaking-rise-in-abandoned-pets-in-lancashire/ The RSPCA has revealed it was called to rescue an injured cat that had been abandoned in a bag next to a house in Lancashire, as reports of abandoned animals rose. The semi-long-haired cat was suffering from an eye infection when he was found lying in a box that had been placed inside a black […]]]>

The RSPCA has revealed it was called to rescue an injured cat that had been abandoned in a bag next to a house in Lancashire, as reports of abandoned animals rose.

The semi-long-haired cat was suffering from an eye infection when he was found lying in a box that had been placed inside a black pet carrier bag in February.

The eight-year-old cat was taken from Highfield Road to South Shore and moved to a cattery used by the Fylde branch of the RSPCA where kind staff named him Belvedere.

The Belvedere story is one of hundreds of heartbreaking reports of abandoned animals made to the RSPCA in Lancashire over the past year.

The charity receives four heartbreaking reports of abandoned animals every hour

The charity receives four reports of abandoned animals every hour and this year there has been a 31% increase in reports of abandonment in Lancashire from 2021.

Of more than a million calls made to the RSPCA Cruelty Line last year, 1,094 were about murders and reports of animals being brutally mutilated, or 12 a week.

Dermot Murphy, RSPCA Chief Inspector, said: ‘The idea of ​​putting your cat in a carrier and taking her to a secluded spot in the woods before wandering off, or throwing your dog out out of the car and leaving leaving them to run desperately behind the vehicle is absolutely unthinkable and heartbreaking for most pet owners – but sadly we see pets abandoned like this every day.”

The charity fears that a huge increase in the number of pet owners during the pandemic, coupled with the cost of living crisis, which is straining people’s finances, will mean that even more pets are dropped this year.

A recent survey showed that 78% of pet owners think the cost of living will have an impact on their pets, with almost seven in ten expressing concern about the rising cost of care.

A fifth of pet owners also worry about how they will be able to feed their pets.

Murphy continued: “We understand that sometimes the unexpected can happen – the pandemic and the cost of living crisis have proven it – but there is never an excuse for giving up an animal.

“There are always other options for anyone who has fallen on hard times and can no longer afford to keep their pet.”

The survey also showed that cat owners seem to be most affected and concerned by cost of living pressures.

The worrying investigation comes at a time when the charity is at its busiest when calls and reports of cruelty soar during the summer months.

The charity’s Cancel Out Cruelty campaign aims to save helpless and abused animals in need this summer.

To help support animals, you can visit the website here.

If you can’t donate, there are other ways to help undo cruelty, by volunteering with the RSPCA, hosting a bake sale or fundraiser, or taking part in the #Challenge# 50MilesForAnimals.

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Norwich: Water gushes ‘8 feet into the air’ at Bull roundabout https://klavlav.org/norwich-water-gushes-8-feet-into-the-air-at-bull-roundabout/ Sun, 28 Aug 2022 13:18:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/norwich-water-gushes-8-feet-into-the-air-at-bull-roundabout/ Published: 2:18 PM August 28, 2022 Shopkeepers and property owners have told of ‘traffic chaos’ in the town after water was spotted gushing down the road on a key route through the town. Anglian Water crews rushed to the scene from as far away as Southend on Saturday morning after a water main burst at […]]]>

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2:18 PM August 28, 2022



Shopkeepers and property owners have told of ‘traffic chaos’ in the town after water was spotted gushing down the road on a key route through the town.

Anglian Water crews rushed to the scene from as far away as Southend on Saturday morning after a water main burst at The Bull roundabout in Hellesdon.

The company said the road will be reopened in the coming week.

Eyewitnesses reported seeing water rising 8 feet from the ground where Middletons Lane meets Reepham Road.


A water main has burst in Hellesdon leaving a deep hole to be repaired
– Credit: Assessed

Middletons Lane has been closed between Norwich Airport and The Bull following the water main burst.

Ann Roper, owner of Cozy Catz cattery just off Middletons Lane, said: “We have quite a few customers coming from the direction of the airport who will use detours.


Ann Roper, owner of Cozy Catz cattery in Hellesdon

Ann Roper, owner of Cozy Catz cattery in Hellesdon
– Credit: Cozy Catz Cattery

“It’s going to be chaos. It’s a deep hole right next to the roundabout.

“There appear to be temporary traffic lights everywhere else in Hellesdon at the moment as well, so that’s not what we needed.”


The Bull Roundabout in Hellesdon where Middletons Lane meets Reepham Road

The Bull Roundabout in Hellesdon where Middletons Lane meets Reepham Road
– Credit: Google Maps

Daniel Smith, an AB Newsagents staffer near the roundabout, said: “There was about 8ft of water gushing up from the ground but workers got there quickly.

“It’s a busy roundabout so that’s going to have an impact. We’re a bit further down Reepham Road so it shouldn’t affect us, but it’s been a very quiet morning.”

A member of staff at The Bull said there was a lot of work outside the pub, but the liquor was going to remain fully open to customers.


The Bull in Hellesdon

The Bull in Hellesdon
– Credit: Google Maps

Valerie Lake, 70, who lives in Middletons Lane, said the signs were moved on Saturday evening which meant traffic from Middletons Lane was running into traffic on the other side of the roundabout.

She added: “There are three schools on this main road so if they don’t sort something out before the kids get back there will be a problem.

“It will be absolute chaos.”

A spokeswoman for Anglian Water said: ‘We are very sorry for the disruption to road users as we restore and clear Middletons Lane in Hellesdon.

“We have now repaired the water main that burst and will get things back to normal as quickly as possible in the coming week.”

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