cattery


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cat·ter·y

 (kăt′ə-rē)
n. pl. cat·ter·ies
An establishment where cats are kept and bred.

cattery

(ˈkætərɪ)
n, pl -teries
(Animals) a place where cats are bred or looked after

cat•te•ry

(ˈkæt ə ri)

n., pl. -ries.
a place where cats are kept and bred.
[1785–95]
Translations

cattery

[ˈkætərɪ] Nresidencia f para gatos

cattery

[ˈkætəri] n (British)pension f pour chats

cattery

n (for boarding) → Katzenpension f; (for breeding) → Katzenzucht f
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They were shown over the cattery, the piggery, the milkers, and the kennelry, as Mrs.
BROOK Park Farm Cattery in Flinsthire goes from strength to strength after cat lovers bought the business with a funding package from Finance Wales and NatWest Experienced business owners and cat lovers Gill Davies and Catherine Owens spotted the business opportunity when the cattery's previous owners retired.
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They named her Miss Pickford and the caring company, in Warwick, paid for her to go to Bayton Lodge Quarantine Kennels and Cattery in Bedworth.
BRITAIN'S first purpose-built cattery, created by the Welsh architect behind Italianate masterpiece Portmeirion, has been awarded a Grade II listing in London.
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See Go to " June Watkins, who manages the charity's cattery in Huyton, said it was heavily oversubscribed because of the increasing number of cats being abandoned b see video kittens owners across the city.
Understandably, living in a cattery can make some of them a bit skittish.
A MUM who dishonestly claimed PS24,000 benets while hiding the fact she was earning money from a cattery business has escaped a jail sentence.
ENTREPRENEURS could earn up to PS60,000 a year to help pay for this stunning home - at least that's what its owners say because it comes with its own successful cattery.
Prosecutor Neil Bannister said that in 2006 a couple called Dickinson decided to set up a small business running a cattery, and borrowed PS70,000 from a friend.