from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An establishment where cats are kept and bred.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A place where cats are bred.
- n. A place where cats board when their owners are on holiday
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A place for the keeping and breeding of cats.
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aw, man, i'm so sorry it's stressing you out so bad. *hugs* surely they'll let you call the cattery while you're on the trip to check on him? maybe even talk to him?
The cattery was a rectangular room taken up by big knee-high stone tables.
One of the first American women to start a "cattery" in this country was
They were shown over the cattery, the piggery, the milkers, and the kennelry, as Mrs. Mortimer called her live stock departments.
Put the cat into the cattery, arranged with a neighbour to take time off to take and collect her from the hospital, cancelled the milk, etc
You've booked the cat into a cattery, arranged for your daughter's best friend to look after the hamster, and sounded out next door about watering the plants while you are away.
This year, Consumer Reports ordered 80 small bags of Maine coon cat hair from a cattery and then repeatedly spread 15 grams on an 18-inch by 54-inch strip of carpet.
SUICA was someone in Guatamala taspo was the Trinidad All Steel Percussion Orchestra mixi was a Finnish kennel and cattery
A new state-of-the-art cattery, with reflective glass of the kind one sees in top-end business hotels, is currently being built.
I contemplate buying a cattery (less bending than blueberries. though a raspberry is an awesome sounding alternative idea) on a regular basis, with a friend of mine who also has a stressful job and likes cats.