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 26th November 2011- The Cause for Paws – Pet Expo at the Deloraine Cattery

 

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Honest as a cat when the cream is out of reach

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Here at Deloraine Cattery the welfare of your cats and the overall service we provide is of the utmost importance to us. If you have a special request please let us know, we will do our best to help you.

• Private & family suites.

Each suite has a fully enclosed living area and 24 hour access to fully secure outdoor verandahs, suitable for up to three cats (from the same family) We have climbing frames and chairs on all the verandahs for the cats to relax on and enjoy the sun.  Cattery Whangarei, for great care for your cats

• Semi individual Units.

Warm and sunny with large bi-fold windows. Here each guest has their own private unit, where they can sleep and dine. This area allows each guest to have there own space or socialise if they wish to. There is plenty of space to play, climb or just relax in the sun.

The Backpackers, for the more social cats

• Both of our cattery facilities are fully secure and operate within guidelines set out by AsureQuality & the animal welfare act.

Special diets and care catered for, you can be sure your cat is in good hands, with our experienced caring staff.

• Pick up and delivery services available in the Whangarei area including to and from Onerahi airport for those (cats) that are traveling within New Zealand or overseas. 

• We offer customers who are flying out of town a secure car park, with transfers to and from the airport. 

• Easy access and plenty of parking,

Sunday -Friday8.30 – 11.00 am & 4.00 – 6.00 pm

Saturday: 8.30 – 11.00 am & 4.00 -5.30 pm

 Your inspection is recommended

just give us a call to arrange a suitable time.

09 436 3616

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Whangarei Cat Boarding

9 July 2011

Dear Rachael,

I’m just writing to say thank you for all the care you have given to my cats over the last few years. I have never worried when they have been left with you.

As one of my cats, Max, is a highly dependant diabetic, who needs insulin injections twice a day and close monitoring, it isn’t easy for me to go away and leave him behind. As a vet nurse I am very particular about the care my cats get and Max can be difficult to manage at times due to his various health problems. My partner, a local vet in town and I don’t go away often for this reason however it is reassuring to know that you give him the best care possible when we do.

I have no problems recommending you and Deloraine to people who ask me to recommend a cattery to them. I know that you give them the best possible care and attention and that they are in safe and capable hands when staying with you.

Best Wishes

Faye Moore DVN

Whangarei Cattery – Deloraine Holiday Retreat for Cats

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Cattery Whangarei

They say it’s bad luck when a black cat crosses your path, So is it good luck if a white cat crosses it ?

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Cattery Whangarei – Deloraine Cattery

As we all know our cuddly furry friends have evolved from hunters, so we can understand their sense of sight is one of their strongest, and designed so they can see in the dimmest of light. Tests have shown cats appear to distinguish light spectrums rather than colors. 

The Retina – the nerve center at the back of the eye – contains cells called cones ( these are responsible for converting light into color) and Rods (rods are responsible for black and white) and in cats the Rods outnumber the cones.

So Can Cats see colors… Not in the same why we do, we have more cone cells in our Retina, which allow us to see colors. Cats have more Rods cells in their Retina, so if they could see any color at all it would more likely be bark colors such as Blues, greens and purples but bright colors would appear dual, less intense or vibrant.

Oh and Don’t forget theres only 1 place your cat should stay while you’re away The Deloraine Cattery

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Rachael & Mr B at Whangarei Cattery The Deloraine
Rachael a true care-giver

People often ask me, “what did you do before you came to the Cattery Rachael”? 

I grew up on the Family farm in the Waikato, when my family moved North I started working at the  Bendon factory in Kamo. It was a job and I was only young. I met a lot of new friends working  there over the years, got my first car stolen from in the car park while I was at work, brought my first house, life was good. I left there to have my first Child and the Bendon factory closed not long after that.  I’ve had another Child since, studied a little and had a few part-time jobs, merchandising, Bar work,  just a couple of hour here and there, to earn a bit more money.

When my youngest daughter went off to school I decided it was time to get a job, I needed something 9-3 so I could still be there for my girls. My Mum who is a Care giver for Home Support North said I should try there, so I did.  For four and a half years I worked with the elderly. The pay was sad, but this was one of the most rewarding  things I have ever done, and I met some of the most wonderful people. I wasn’t just the cleaner and care giver, I was a friend, someone to talk to, in some cases I was the only person they saw all week. I’d clean up the house, make the bed, and cook meals, some even needed help with showering.  I miss that life sometimes and the people… they are gone now, but I am happy to have been part of their lives even if it was only for a short time.

So now I’m here at what I believe is, Whangarei’s Best Cattery, The Deloraine….. Wow…. I sometimes need to pinch myself, from care-giver to Business women, but we all know at the end of the day I will always be a care-giver, only difference is I now look after Cats and I Love it. I’m not an academic, as you tell by my Blog posts, nor do I need money to be truely happy, although it keeps the bank manager off my back. I love my Family and friends, It makes me feel good knowing I’ve done the best I can, and to help make someone elses life better for it.

Rachael Seymour

“Whangarei Cattery”

Don’t forget theres only 1 place your cats should stay while you’re away The Whangarei Cattery 

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