cats dogs – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 23:02:23 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://klavlav.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/klav-150x150.png cats dogs – Klavlav http://klavlav.org/ 32 32 Donegal Animals in Need: Sad news as Letterkenny charity shop due to close https://klavlav.org/donegal-animals-in-need-sad-news-as-letterkenny-charity-shop-due-to-close/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 19:08:58 +0000 https://klavlav.org/donegal-animals-in-need-sad-news-as-letterkenny-charity-shop-due-to-close/ Animals In Need (AIN) have announced the closure of their charity store in Letterkenny. AIN volunteers have run the Lower Main Street shop for six years, having taken it over after Donegal Pet Rescue closed. However, due to high running costs and the current financial climate, the charity shop will have to close permanently on […]]]>

Animals In Need (AIN) have announced the closure of their charity store in Letterkenny.

AIN volunteers have run the Lower Main Street shop for six years, having taken it over after Donegal Pet Rescue closed.

However, due to high running costs and the current financial climate, the charity shop will have to close permanently on March 25, although the Donegal Town AIN shop will remain open.

This is a blow to the organization as charity shops have been a major source of funding for AIN’s day-to-day running costs.

From now until the store closes, there is an “everything must go” sale, so please come by to grab a bargain and show your support one last time. The Letterkenny store is open Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Stray cat Susie gave birth to six kittens

AIN would like to thank all the volunteers who have worked in the shop and the customers who have supported it over the years, as you have all helped raise funds that have saved many animals.

There will be a new drop off point in Letterkenny for pet food and toy donations. For more information, please contact AIN on 087-7644420.

Meanwhile, AIN will continue to rescue animals across the county.

The association is currently looking for new canine adopters.

Criteria for becoming a dog foster include being passionate about dogs and wanting to help unwanted ones by taking care of them and giving them lots of TLC while they wait for their forever home.

If this sounds like you and you’re over 18, recently retired, work from home or work part-time, have experience with dogs and a walled garden, your own means of transport and you live within driving distance of Donegal town, you might be just what AIN is looking for.

AIN canine foster families will keep one or two dogs in their home. Outdoor runs can be provided for the dogs, as well as their food and all veterinary costs are covered by the charity.

Caring for rescued animals is not always easy but it is extremely rewarding.

For more information, please contact the main helpline or contact AIN by sending a message to their Facebook page.

If you’re more of a feline person, ‘kitten season’ has just begun, which means there will be hundreds of kittens and cats up for adoption in the near future.

Once again, foster families look after the animals in their own homes and their bedding, food and vet bills are all covered by the charity.

For more information on fostering cats and kittens, please contact the Cat Helpline.

The majority of animals rescued by the AIN are cats and dogs, but they are also called upon from time to time to assist wildlife or to help rehouse other domesticated species.

Last Saturday, AIN rescued an injured herring gull, which was transferred to a wildlife rehabilitation center for treatment.

AIN also has two domesticated baby rabbits in foster care at the moment, after they were found by a cat in his garden.

The rabbits are doing well and their ears are now starting to fall out as they get older. They are still too young to be relocated but will be available in a few weeks.

Back at the cattery, pregnant stray Susie finally gave birth this week.

The two baby rabbits are doing well

Susie was the first pregnant cat to arrive at AIN in 2022 and was already very big when she arrived so it was thought she was due to give birth at any time.

However, she continued to swell for another three weeks until last weekend when she gave birth to six large, healthy kittens.

Mother cat Susie and her kittens are doing well.

To help AIN’s animals, please donate €2 to AIN’s ‘Help Us Help Them’ fundraising appeal via your phone by texting the word ‘KITTEN’ to 50300. Each penny goes directly to rescued animals for their food, bedding and vet bills. , deworming and vaccinations.

For further information on adoption, placement, volunteering etc please contact the main helpline on 087 1356188. For cat/kitten inquiries please call 087 7644420. Animals In Need Donegal is also on Facebook and has a website at http://www.animalsinneeddonegal.com.

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Free educational tours of DSPCA shelters will be back for the first time since Covid-19 https://klavlav.org/free-educational-tours-of-dspca-shelters-will-be-back-for-the-first-time-since-covid-19/ Sat, 05 Mar 2022 15:45:26 +0000 https://klavlav.org/free-educational-tours-of-dspca-shelters-will-be-back-for-the-first-time-since-covid-19/ Free educational tours of DSPCA shelters will return in May after two years of cancellation. The Rathfarnham Animal Welfare Charity has been running the tours for years, but they have been on hold since 2020 due to the pandemic. Schools, colleges, and community groups are all welcome to attend the tours and create a session […]]]>

Free educational tours of DSPCA shelters will return in May after two years of cancellation.

The Rathfarnham Animal Welfare Charity has been running the tours for years, but they have been on hold since 2020 due to the pandemic.

Schools, colleges, and community groups are all welcome to attend the tours and create a session appropriate to the age and ability of the participants.

The DSPCA held online educational conferences during Covid-19, but said it was “really nice” to return to face-to-face visits.

DSPCA’s Gillian Bird told Dublin Live: “We are still doing online discussions and we would encourage schools to do the online discussions and then follow it up with a visit to the shelter.

“Basically what we do is if they haven’t come to see us before, we do an introductory speech in our class.

“We tell them about the work we do here at the DSPCA, why the animals are here, what they will see, what they won’t see, why they will and won’t see certain animals.

“And we explain to them that it’s a working shelter with a working vet and we have wildlife and stuff.

“So we tell them we can bring them down to see the cats and dogs available for rehousing, but we can’t get you to areas that have very nervous wildlife like foxes and badgers.

“So we explain to them what animals are there and what we currently have in the shelter we are looking after.

“We will then have a topical discussion and discuss anything that might be of interest to teachers.”

Then the group is taken on a 1.5km walk around the grounds where there are views of the Hellfire Club and Dublin Bay.

Biodiversity, ecosystems and wildlife are all covered during a site visit and groups also visit the dog relocation kennels and cattery.

There is also a stable area with resident goats, ducks, chickens and pigs and a picnic area to end the tour with lunch.

Gillian said tours are free but donations are always appreciated.

She asked teachers to contact the DSPCA with any questions they had and said online chats were available ahead of the tour.

For more information on DSPCA Refuge Educational Tours, click here.

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Pet rego deadline is approaching | Shepparton News https://klavlav.org/pet-rego-deadline-is-approaching-shepparton-news/ Mon, 28 Feb 2022 03:38:20 +0000 https://klavlav.org/pet-rego-deadline-is-approaching-shepparton-news/ The registration deadline is approaching: Register your pets with the council. Strathbogie Shire Council reminds pet owners that registrations must be renewed by April 10. Residents with registered pets will soon receive a notice in the mail with their annual registration fee invoice. Strathbogie Shire Council Mayor Laura Binks said it was also a timely […]]]>

The registration deadline is approaching: Register your pets with the council.

Strathbogie Shire Council reminds pet owners that registrations must be renewed by April 10.

Residents with registered pets will soon receive a notice in the mail with their annual registration fee invoice.

Strathbogie Shire Council Mayor Laura Binks said it was also a timely reminder for anyone who has recently welcomed a new cat or dog into their home or recently moved to the area that they should register their pets with the council.

“It’s an easy process to register your pet with the council. All you have to do is visit our council offices at 109A Binney St, Euroa, complete a pet registration form. company and pay your fees with our friendly customer service team,” said Cr Binks.

“Cats and dogs aged three months or over must be registered with the council and they must be microchipped before check-in.”

Cr Binks said registering dogs and cats was important for many reasons and it increased the chances that animals would be returned to their owners if they got lost.

Registration provides a range of other important services, including:

• a municipal identification tag to be worn by your pet;

• a lost and found service, which guarantees that if your animal is found bearing the municipal identification bookmark, you will be notified;

• municipal services to respond to calls about stray dogs or dog attacks, including removing aggressive dogs from the streets, so you and your pet can walk safely;

• municipal services to deal with nuisance problems, such as barking dogs, trespassing cats and ownerless animals;

• municipal control of ‘dangerous’, ‘threatening’ and ‘restricted breed’ dogs in your area, which ensures that they do not pose a threat to the community;

• municipal control of pet shops, boarding houses, catteries, pounds, shelters and animal breeding and training businesses, which ensures that they comply with the basic standards of animal welfare imposed by law;

• A state government education program for schools which visits all primary schools in Victoria and teaches children about dog safety and how to be a responsible pet owner; and

• A state government education program for preschools that teaches children and parents how to avoid dog attacks at home and in public places.

“We encourage members of the community to be responsible pet owners, register your pet and ensure they wear their ID tag at all times,” Cr Binks said.

More information on registering your pet can be found at https://www.strathbogie.vic.gov.au/residents/pets-a-livestock/dog-a-cat-registration

For more information on responsible pet ownership, visit www.pets.info.vic.gov.au

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Pet rego deadline is approaching | river herald https://klavlav.org/pet-rego-deadline-is-approaching-river-herald/ Mon, 28 Feb 2022 03:38:20 +0000 https://klavlav.org/pet-rego-deadline-is-approaching-river-herald/ The registration deadline is approaching: Register your pets with the council. Strathbogie Shire Council reminds pet owners that registrations must be renewed by April 10. Residents with registered pets will soon receive a notice in the mail with their annual registration fee invoice. Strathbogie Shire Council Mayor Laura Binks said it was also a timely […]]]>

The registration deadline is approaching: Register your pets with the council.

Strathbogie Shire Council reminds pet owners that registrations must be renewed by April 10.

Residents with registered pets will soon receive a notice in the mail with their annual registration fee invoice.

Strathbogie Shire Council Mayor Laura Binks said it was also a timely reminder for anyone who has recently welcomed a new cat or dog into their home or recently moved to the area that they should register their pets with the council.

“It’s an easy process to register your pet with the council. All you have to do is visit our council offices at 109A Binney St, Euroa, complete a pet registration form. company and pay your fees with our friendly customer service team,” said Cr Binks.

“Cats and dogs aged three months or over must be registered with the council and they must be microchipped before check-in.”

Cr Binks said registering dogs and cats was important for many reasons and it increased the chances that animals would be returned to their owners if they got lost.

Registration provides a range of other important services, including:

• a municipal identification tag to be worn by your pet;

• a lost and found service, which guarantees that if your animal is found bearing the municipal identification bookmark, you will be notified;

• municipal services to respond to calls about stray dogs or dog attacks, including removing aggressive dogs from the streets, so you and your pet can walk safely;

• municipal services to deal with nuisance problems, such as barking dogs, trespassing cats and ownerless animals;

• municipal control of ‘dangerous’, ‘threatening’ and ‘restricted breed’ dogs in your area, which ensures that they do not pose a threat to the community;

• municipal control of pet shops, boarding houses, catteries, pounds, shelters and animal breeding and training businesses, which ensures that they comply with the basic standards of animal welfare imposed by law;

• A state government education program for schools which visits all primary schools in Victoria and teaches children about dog safety and how to be a responsible pet owner; and

• A state government education program for preschools that teaches children and parents how to avoid dog attacks at home and in public places.

“We encourage members of the community to be responsible pet owners, register your pet and ensure they wear their ID tag at all times,” Cr Binks said.

More information on registering your pet can be found at https://www.strathbogie.vic.gov.au/residents/pets-a-livestock/dog-a-cat-registration

For more information on responsible pet ownership, visit www.pets.info.vic.gov.au

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Here’s an Art Exhibit in the Yucaipa Animal Placement Society’s Cage-Free Cattery – Redlands Daily Facts https://klavlav.org/heres-an-art-exhibit-in-the-yucaipa-animal-placement-societys-cage-free-cattery-redlands-daily-facts/ Tue, 22 Feb 2022 20:34:26 +0000 https://klavlav.org/heres-an-art-exhibit-in-the-yucaipa-animal-placement-societys-cage-free-cattery-redlands-daily-facts/ The Yucaipa Animal Placement Society (YAPS) ​​is hosting its first Creative Critters Art Show from 5:30-8 p.m. on Friday, February 25 in the YAPS cage-free cattery. The event will feature artwork created by over 40 Yucaipa High School students, artwork by Yucaipa High School art teachers, and artwork by 10 local artists. The donated art […]]]>

The Yucaipa Animal Placement Society (YAPS) ​​is hosting its first Creative Critters Art Show from 5:30-8 p.m. on Friday, February 25 in the YAPS cage-free cattery.

The event will feature artwork created by over 40 Yucaipa High School students, artwork by Yucaipa High School art teachers, and artwork by 10 local artists.

The donated art will be auctioned off to the highest bidder via a silent auction and all proceeds will benefit YAPS homeless cats and dogs pending adoption, according to a press release.

Entries from participating students will be eligible to win prizes. The auction and prices will be announced at 7 p.m.

Local artists who have donated artwork for the show are Athene Johnston, Kitty Stephens, Janet Esparza and Carol Lima, who are members of the Redlands Art Association; and Mike McAlmond, Marsi Gutierrez, Aurora Cobb, Mary Beth Coutts, Jeff Rosenfeld and Dave McGann.

Stephens and Esparza also serve as jurors for works submitted by Yucaipa High School students.

Athene Johnston, another member of the participating Redlands Art Association, is 90 and has been most prolific with her art in her 80s. She studied oil painting in college and later took a refresher course at Crafton Hills College under Marc Wurmbrand.

“You’re never too old to appreciate art,” Johnston said in the press release. “Art taught me to really observe my surroundings.”

Free entry. Food, beverages and YAPS merchandise will be available for purchase.

Those planning to attend are encouraged to RSVP to info@yaps.org or 909-790-1440.

YAPS is a nonprofit animal rescue organization that works to prevent the euthanasia of dogs and cats at area animal shelters by providing animals with a temporary home until a permanent home can be found, according to the press release. It also welcomes the pets of people who can no longer have them at home.

In 2021, 402 pets were adopted by YAPS, according to the press release.

The Yucaipa Animal Placement Society is located at 11937 13th St., Yucaipa. For more information, visit YAPS.org.

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Here’s an art exhibit in the cage-free cattery of the Yucaipa Animal Placement Society – Press Enterprise https://klavlav.org/heres-an-art-exhibit-in-the-cage-free-cattery-of-the-yucaipa-animal-placement-society-press-enterprise/ Tue, 22 Feb 2022 20:33:03 +0000 https://klavlav.org/heres-an-art-exhibit-in-the-cage-free-cattery-of-the-yucaipa-animal-placement-society-press-enterprise/ The Yucaipa Animal Placement Society (YAPS) ​​is hosting its first Creative Critters Art Show from 5:30-8 p.m. on Friday, February 25 in the YAPS cage-free cattery. The event will feature artwork created by over 40 Yucaipa High School students, artwork by Yucaipa High School art teachers, and artwork by 10 local artists. The donated art […]]]>

The Yucaipa Animal Placement Society (YAPS) ​​is hosting its first Creative Critters Art Show from 5:30-8 p.m. on Friday, February 25 in the YAPS cage-free cattery.

The event will feature artwork created by over 40 Yucaipa High School students, artwork by Yucaipa High School art teachers, and artwork by 10 local artists.

The donated art will be auctioned off to the highest bidder via a silent auction and all proceeds will benefit YAPS homeless cats and dogs pending adoption, according to a press release.

Entries from participating students will be eligible to win prizes. The auction and prices will be announced at 7 p.m.

Local artists who have donated artwork for the show are Athene Johnston, Kitty Stephens, Janet Esparza and Carol Lima, who are members of the Redlands Art Association; and Mike McAlmond, Marsi Gutierrez, Aurora Cobb, Mary Beth Coutts, Jeff Rosenfeld and Dave McGann.

Stephens and Esparza also serve as jurors for works submitted by Yucaipa High School students.

Athene Johnston, another member of the participating Redlands Art Association, is 90 and has been most prolific with her art in her 80s. She studied oil painting in college and later took a refresher course at Crafton Hills College under Marc Wurmbrand.

“You’re never too old to appreciate art,” Johnston said in the press release. “Art taught me to really observe my surroundings.”

Free entry. Food, beverages and YAPS merchandise will be available for purchase.

Those planning to attend are encouraged to RSVP to info@yaps.org or 909-790-1440.

YAPS is a nonprofit animal rescue organization that works to prevent the euthanasia of dogs and cats at area animal shelters by providing animals with a temporary home until a permanent home can be found, according to the press release. It also welcomes the pets of people who can no longer have them at home.

In 2021, 402 pets were adopted by YAPS, according to the press release.

The Yucaipa Animal Placement Society is located at 11937 13th St., Yucaipa. For more information, visit YAPS.org.

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Animal registrations will soon arrive in your mailbox https://klavlav.org/animal-registrations-will-soon-arrive-in-your-mailbox/ Mon, 21 Feb 2022 00:52:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/animal-registrations-will-soon-arrive-in-your-mailbox/ Residents with registered pets will soon receive a notice in the mail with their annual registration fee invoice. Mayor of Strathbogie Shire Council, Cr Laura Binks, said it was also a timely reminder for anyone who has recently welcomed a new cat or dog into their home, or if you have recently moved to the […]]]>

Residents with registered pets will soon receive a notice in the mail with their annual registration fee invoice.

Mayor of Strathbogie Shire Council, Cr Laura Binks, said it was also a timely reminder for anyone who has recently welcomed a new cat or dog into their home, or if you have recently moved to the area you should register your pet with the council.

“It’s an easy process to register your pet with the Council. All you have to do is visit our Council offices at 109A Binney St, Euroa, complete a pet registration form. company and pay your fees with our friendly customer service team,” said Cr Binks.

“Cats and dogs aged three months or over must be registered with the Council and they must be microchipped before check-in.

“Registration of your dog or cat is important for many reasons. It improves the chances of your pet being returned to you if it gets lost and provides a range of other important services including:

  • a Council ID tag for your pet to wear.
  • Lost property service: a guarantee that if your animal is found bearing the municipal identification marker, you will be notified.
  • Council services to respond to calls regarding stray dogs or dog attacks. This includes removing aggressive dogs from the streets, so you and your pet can walk safely.
  • Municipal services to solve nuisance problems. These services handle issues such as barking dogs, cat intrusions, and unowned pets.
  • Municipal control of “dangerous”, “threatening” and “restricted breed” dogs in your area. This ensures that they do not pose a threat to the community.
  • Municipal supervision of pet shops, boarding houses, catteries, pounds, shelters and animal breeding and training businesses. This ensures that they meet the basic animal welfare standards required by law.
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RSPCA reminds owners in central Victoria to keep their pets | Bendigo Advertiser https://klavlav.org/rspca-reminds-owners-in-central-victoria-to-keep-their-pets-bendigo-advertiser/ Wed, 16 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/rspca-reminds-owners-in-central-victoria-to-keep-their-pets-bendigo-advertiser/ news, local news, news, pets, rspca victora, abandoned, summer The RSPCA Victoria is once again urging pet owners to take responsibility for their pets this summer as reports of cruelty for abandonment continue to rise in the warmer months. The organization received 1,163 reports of abandoned animals in the last fiscal year, including 384 in […]]]>

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The RSPCA Victoria is once again urging pet owners to take responsibility for their pets this summer as reports of cruelty for abandonment continue to rise in the warmer months. The organization received 1,163 reports of abandoned animals in the last fiscal year, including 384 in the past summer alone. Chief Inspector Michael Stagg said the number of cruelty reports linked to abandonment is truly disappointing. More news: Elective surgery to restart at Bendigo Health by the end of the month “As owners or caretakers of animals, we have a duty of care and a legal obligation to ensure that they receive food, water, shelter and veterinary care,” he said. “If you leave, that duty of care requires that you take care of your animals in your absence.” plans for you and your family, you need to make sure you have plans for your pets as well. “Leaving animals unattended for long periods can cause suffering and can be fatal, especially in hot weather when they need extra water and access to shade,” the inspector said in Chief Stagg. The RSPCA Victoria has reminded pet owners who need to travel that leaving food or water for pets unattended for an extended period is not an adequate arrangement. Other Stories: All owners should take responsibility for their pets and ask family or friends for help or consider using the services of a boarding house or pet sitter. Reports of cruelty related to abandoned animals increase during the warmer months, with many reports filed by concerned members of the community. Before travelling, owners who have arranged for someone to care for animals in their absence should inform neighbors of their plans to avoid unnecessary worry. Under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1986, anyone in charge of an animal is required to provide food, water and shelter, as well as animal husbandry and veterinary care appropriate as needed. If you’re leaving pets with friends or family: More news: The late-night dessert that’s reinvigorating Bendigo’s nightlife If you’re using mobile pet sitting: Catteries and boarding houses ‘they can no longer properly care for their animals, there is no shame in returning them and we urge those struggling to contact RSPCA Victoria for help and advice,’ Mr Stagg said. Anyone concerned about animal welfare is encouraged to contact the RSPCA Victoria Inspectorate via rspcavic.org/report or by calling 9224 2222. Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date information to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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Kennels in Leeds: The Best Dog Boarding & Cattery Near Me According to Google Review https://klavlav.org/kennels-in-leeds-the-best-dog-boarding-cattery-near-me-according-to-google-review/ Thu, 03 Feb 2022 11:26:00 +0000 https://klavlav.org/kennels-in-leeds-the-best-dog-boarding-cattery-near-me-according-to-google-review/ With midterm fast approaching and vacations booked, many of us want to plan vacations for our pets as well. Read more Read more Destinations from Leeds Bradford Airport: 9 February mid-term vacation spots you can… It can be nerve-wracking to take care of your beloved furry friend while you’re away, but there are excellent rural […]]]>

With midterm fast approaching and vacations booked, many of us want to plan vacations for our pets as well.

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It can be nerve-wracking to take care of your beloved furry friend while you’re away, but there are excellent rural kennels and catteries for your pet, including spaces for other small animals such as than guinea pigs and rabbits.

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There are excellent local kennels and catteries for your pet, including spaces for other small animals such as guinea pigs and rabbits. Photo: Getty

Here are six of the highest rated kennels in Leeds based on reviews left on Google.

Tong Road, Farnley, Leeds, LS12 5EW

Beulah Farm Kennels and Cattery on Tong Road offers plenty of space for dogs and cats when their owners are on vacation.

A caring and professional environment for pets is provided, with modern, heated boarding facilities.

It is rated four out of five stars on Google Review, with owners saying:

“Very secure facility. Very competent and friendly staff. Good value for money.

“Lovely place and wonderful staff.”

Gildersome Lane, New Farnley, Leeds, LS12 6JH

Crystal Spring has been caring for pets for 50 years at its boarding house, providing spaces for dogs, cats, rabbits and other small animals.

It is rated 4.6 out of five stars on Google Review, with owners saying:

“Lovely ladies, lovely kennel. Been using them for years.”

“Awesome. Like home for my pet.”

Beeston Park Boarding and Cattery

45 Gipsy Ln, Beeston, Leeds LS11 5TT

Beeston Park Boarding Kennels is rated 4.3 out of five stars on Google Review, with owners saying:

“We have been using the kennels for over 4 years and our dogs love the place. The staff are really nice, nothing is too much trouble.”

“Great people have always looked after our dogs, would definitely recommend.”

Contact Beeston Park Boarding Kennels by calling 0113 270 8381.

Carlton Hall Farm, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7BG

Carlton Boarding Kennels is nestled in Yeadon and is rated 4.3 out of five stars on Google Review.

It welcomes both holidays and overnight stays and offers areas for dogs and cats.

Here’s what owners had to say about kennels:

“This kennel is awesome! The people there are really nice and very very nice. I’m so glad to have them near my home. I’ve used their services many times over the years and have always been very happy.”

“I was a little worried as I didn’t know what to expect, but my dogs were happy to see me and weren’t upset or scared.”

Low Common, Methley, Leeds LS26 9AG

Laburbum Kennels offers spaces for dogs and cats, and is rated 4.9 out of five stars on Google Review.

“I can’t recommend Nina, Jackie, Deb, Carol and the gang any more! They are amazing and always look after our little Freddie so much that he gets super excited when he knows he’s going to be staying with them for a few weeks!”

“From inquiry to booking and collection, your fur baby is their priority, friendly happy staff who seem to love all of their fur customers and mine was very well cared for and happy.”

Book at Laburbum Kennels by calling 01977 512864.

Ayranbrau kennels and cattery

Scholebrook Lane, Bankhouse, Pudsey, Leeds LS28 8DY

Ayranbrau Kennels has been in operation for over ten years and offers spaces for cats and dogs.

It is rated 4.9 out of five stars on Google Review, with owners saying:

“The cattery was in great condition, clean and well maintained. My cats seemed to get on well there and might even have enjoyed the experience, which is high praise from two hard-to-please cats.”

“Took care of my little guy Oreo when we went on vacation! The owner is fantastic and you can tell she really cares about the animals!”

To book please call 07765 022937

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Martin Lewis warns people will have a choice between ‘freezing or starving’ https://klavlav.org/martin-lewis-warns-people-will-have-a-choice-between-freezing-or-starving/ Wed, 19 Jan 2022 09:42:38 +0000 https://klavlav.org/martin-lewis-warns-people-will-have-a-choice-between-freezing-or-starving/ The RSPCA is looking for kind-hearted Mancunians to help care for their cats and rabbits in Greater Manchester. If you dream of cuddling and caring for vulnerable animals while they wait for their forever homes, this could be the opportunity for you as several volunteer roles have become available at the Manchester and Salford branches […]]]>

The RSPCA is looking for kind-hearted Mancunians to help care for their cats and rabbits in Greater Manchester.

If you dream of cuddling and caring for vulnerable animals while they wait for their forever homes, this could be the opportunity for you as several volunteer roles have become available at the Manchester and Salford branches of the RSPCA.

In 2021, teams had a total of 624 animals admitted into their care and saw 503 of those animals rehomed – 259 cats, 117 rabbits and 127 “puppies”.

However, the Eccles Road-based RSPCA center is required to raise all of its own funds to operate, so it is heavily dependent on the help of volunteers to keep things running smoothly.

RSPCA Manchester and Salford Branch / Facebook

Volunteers are tasked with tasks such as cleaning the enclosures and spending quality time with the rescued animals to socialize them before they are adopted.

And now the branch has posted an advertisement for these positions, which reads: “Join our wonderful team of volunteers at our small animal center in Salford.

“We are looking for people who can commit to a weekly slot (a few roles are available fortnightly) for at least the next three months, and that’s because a lot of time is needed to train volunteers and the temporary placements are therefore not manageable for us.”

For insurance reasons, the RSPCA Manchester & Salford advises that it is looking for volunteers over the age of eighteen and specifies that any applicant who has cats, dogs, rabbits or ferrets in their home must be at day of his vaccinations.

RSPCA Manchester and Salford Branch / Facebook

The proposed roles are:

  • Cleaning of the cattery: start from 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, weekly or fortnightly.
  • Small Animal Room Cleaning: Begin between 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
  • Cat Socialising: Anytime 1-4pm Monday-Friday.
  • Rabbit Socialization: Anytime, 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., seven days a week.

If you think you’re ready to join the RSPCA Manchester & Salford volunteer team and have lots of hugs to give, you can email adoptions@rspca-manchesterandsalford.org.uk for more details. information.

Visit the RSPCA website for more information.

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