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Monthly Archives: August 2011

  • Wood Green appeals for homes for abandoned bunnies
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • People who are thinking of purchasing a rabbit and pet insurance policy may want to consider helping animal sanctuary Wood Green, which is hoping to rehome 51 bunnies. The creatures are housed at the Godmanchester centre, which already has a waiting list of 152 other furry creatures. Among the critters hoping to find a person with insurance for pets to … More

  • Exercise ‘key to good health now and in the future’
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Investing in bicycle insurance and exploring the British countryside on two wheels may be one way to avoid joint problems in later life. Emma James, behavioural management therapist in sport, explained how exercise is not just about controlling weight gain, but can also help prevent conditions such as osteoporosis. It was suggested that carrying out some form of physical activity … More

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  • A third of bridesmaids ‘intentionally given unflattering dresses’
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Couples looking to purchase wedding insurance may be surprised to hear that 29 per cent of bridesmaids are intentionally given unflattering dresses. Research conducted by Confetti.co.uk revealed that one in ten brides-to-be are worried that they will be upstaged by their female friends. The results of the poll come ahead of what is expected to be the busiest day for … More

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  • Blake Lively spotted cycling with Leonardo DiCaprio
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Bicycle insurance may have been invested in by two Hollywood names who have been spotted cycling around New York. Gossip Girl star Blake Lively and her rumoured boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio took to two wheels to enjoy a Sunday afternoon jaunt around the city, the Daily Mail reports. Dressed in a long beige dress, Lively appeared keen to keep a low-profile … More

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  • UK ‘has plenty of fantastic budget destinations’
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Families may want to renew their caravan insurance and take to the road in order to sample some of the "hidden gems" on offer in the UK. Yolanda Copes-Stepney, PR manager for VisitEngland, described how there are "loads" of places around Britain that are perfect destinations for those on a budget. Weymouth, Leicestershire, the Norfolk Broads, Dorset, Norwich and the … More

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  • Pet insurance customers should ‘head to vets before travelling’
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Pet insurance customers should make sure they head to their local vets before travelling with their beloved animals. According to Dr James Isaacs, a vet in the San Fernando Valley region of the US, claims that consulting a pet health professional is essential. Speaking to Patch.com, Dr Isaacs noted that a check-up will mean holidaymakers can travel with their animals … More

  • Police hunt for dog attacker
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Police in Manchester are on the hunt for a person who stabbed a bull mastiff with an eight inch blade. Pet insurance customers will be relieved to hear that the dog, called Arnie, survived the ordeal and has been nursed back to health by vets, reports the Manchester Evening News. The dog was spotted in Wythenshawe and followed a pensioner … More

  • Speeding petition started after cat is killed on road
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • A family who have had two of their beloved pet cats killed on a busy road in Ilkeston have created a petition which aims to force the council to reduce the speed limit. Lucy Stevenson's cat, Izzy, was killed by a speeding motorist in Catmanhay Street at the start of the year. And over the weekend, her mother's cat, Charlie, … More

  • Rescue centre finds pet owners with open day
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • A plethora of pet insurance customers attended a recent rescue centre open day in Chingford. The Pet Rescue Centre in Simmons Lane managed to rehouse a number of animals during the event. Puppies and kittens that needed loving homes were taken to the Pets at Home shop in Chingford on Sunday. Speaking to the Chingford Guardian, Maria Miller, owner of … More

  • Glaswegian pooches ‘could be seized for fouling’
  • 3 August 2011 | 1 Comment
  • Glaswegians with dog insurance policies may want to ensure they go for walks equipped to clear up after their pooches as the council has introduced tighter legislation governing fouling. Under the new rules, owners could end up losing their canine companions altogether if they do not remove their mess from the streets, reports the Sun. CCTV footage will be utilised … More

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