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cattery

Line breaks: cat|tery
Pronunciation: /ˈkatəri
 
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Definition of cattery in English:

noun (plural catteries)

British
A boarding or breeding establishment for cats.
Example sentences
  • In dire emergency of course, she could stay in a boarding cattery for a few days but in our judgement she'd not take kindly to that, wouldn't eat, and would be severely upset by the time we collected her.
  • Elaine and John Culf are celebrating after their boarding cattery was judged one of the top three in the country.
  • They want plans to include a cattery, wildlife hospital, kennels and visitors' centre.

Words that rhyme with cattery

battery, chattery, flattery, tattery

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