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Wow my 100th post, and you know all week I’ve been trying to think of something to blog about.

So I’m just going to say Thanks ….

Thanks to all my Loyal Customers, Thanks to all my Facebook Friends, Thanks to all my Google Friends, Thanks to all my Twitter followers, and Thanks to all of you that read my Blog posts, but the BIGGEST THANKS of all goes to the Cats.

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Help make this a day to remember, all you have to do is “like” the page

Cause for Paws – Pet Expo is a charity event to raise money for the Whangarei SPCA and the fight against animal cruelty. The event will be held at The Deloraine Cattery grounds 50 Konini st, Riverside, Whangarei, on Saturday the 26th November from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Money raised will go to the Whangarei SPCA

This event will show case some of Northlands finest pet related businesses ranging from animal health, pampering your pets or patting the Alpacas. Public entry is by gold coin donation, we have Bouncy Castle, Balloon animals, face painting, and cool competitions for the Kids. This is going to be a great fun family day out, with live entertainment from Triple S, and Jazz Inspired, Charity Auctions.

Help us support the Whangarei SPCA and share this link

https://www.facebook.com/causeforpaws.northland

Whangarei Cattery – The Deloraine proud supporters of the Cause for Paws Charity event

 

 

 

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Murray from Hirepool has donated six porta-loos, Kristen from Monster Graphics has offered to design the flyers, Adam from Paper Plus will make a donation to the lions club for parking marshals – Rachael Seymour’s crazy idea of the Cause for Paws expo on November 26 has certainly touched a chord (or a paw ). The event is a fundraiser for the Whangarei SPCA and for work to prevent animal cruelty. Mrs Seymour, who owns Deloraine Cattery where the event will be held, is looking for all the support she can get from business for what is planned as a family day with everything from dog shows to pony rides and the opportunity for pet adoption. Information on events and business exposure opportunities: 09 436 3616 www.deloraine.co.nz

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I always recommend you have a look at boarding facilities before making a booking…

I had a lady phone me the other day in a panic, she had booked her furry friend into a cattery but when she dropped him off for his holiday it was not at all what they had advertised it to be.  After driving all the way back home she decided there was no way she was going to leave him there, and that’s when I got her call She told me “I just couldn’t sleep tonight knowing he was there, It was cold and it stunk of cats pee”

People see my photos of the Deloraine Cattery and think it must be expensive but you know we charge around the same price as any other facility in Northland, we keep the cattery warm a cosy in the winter and nice and cool in the summer, the facility is kept very clean, so clean you could eat of the floor.

The only time a cattery should get a little stinky is straight after breakfast when all the guests seem to use their litter boxes at the same time.

The guests units or sleeping cabins should have painted surface’s and even the facilities floors should be nonporous so as not to absorb urine and odors.

Deloraine Cattery Semi Individual Unit, Upstairs Bedroom with downstairs bathroom

As you can see these units are very clean, and spacious. Guests are only closed in their units at night, this allows us to monitor there eating and toilet habits are normal. During the day the cats have access to the large lounge area.

Inspect before you book your Cats holiday

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