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Monthly Archives: August 2010

  • Should cats be kept indoors?
  • 10 August 2010 | 0 Comments
  • Cats acquired as kittens and kept indoors from an early age can adapt to an indoor life very easily. However, if you are getting a cat that is used to being outdoors, it may prove difficult to get it used to being indoors on a permanent basis and vets and animal behaviourists would advise against this, unless it is for … More

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  • Golf tournament for the blind
  • 9 August 2010 | 0 Comments
  • An international golf tournament with a difference is arriving in Northamptonshire this August. Visually impaired players are set to compete in the World Championship of The International Blind Golf Association. Players will come together from 13 different countries in a bid to gain the coveted title of world champion at Whittle Park Golf and Country Club on  17th – 18th … More

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  • Robbie Williams gets set to marry Ayda Field on Paradise Island
  • 6 August 2010 | 0 Comments
  • Robbie Williams and Ayda Field are getting ready for their wedding ceremony this week end in Santa Catalina, California. The couple have chosen Paradise Island, a stunning location perfect for an intimate ceremony for family and close friends. Robbie William’s best friend Johnathan Wilkes has flown out to LA and is expected to be Robbie’s best man. The couple began … More

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  • Dog saves man by chewing off his toe
  • 6 August 2010 | 0 Comments
  • Despite like seeming like an odd thing to do, a Jack Russell Terrier who chewed off his owner’s toe while he was passed, resulted in the little pooch actually saving his life. Jerry Douhett from Michigan, USA had been suffering with a foot infection for about a month. He initially resisting seeking medical attention but after weeks of pressure from … More

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  • Britain’s smallest owl
  • 5 August 2010 | 0 Comments
  • Little Owls are the smallest variety of bird in Britain, weighing only 6oz and their height ranges between 7 – 8 inches. They were first introduced to Britain in the late 19th century from Italy and Holland, but their numbers are on the decline due to their habitat being destroyed by development and only 8,700 pairs nested in Britain in … More

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