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Rugby WAG, Rugby Widow

Exciting news for Hannah Chia this week as her other half is called up to play international Rugby. Hannah shares with us exactly what a Sporting WAG gets up to while he’s away. We especially like number 2 on this

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Love of learning, love of place, love of cats

I struggled to think of a title for this week’s summary because there were so many posts (24!) to provide elements but decided to start early with the love theme since Valentine’s Day is flying towards us with bow and

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17-Toes Blue & The Cartoon Palace, or Last Week in My House

Cats are curious creatures and often get into scrapes. Rough Cat’s cats certainly have been recently. I used to worry about my late cat eating daffodil leaves but have never heard about a cat eating what one of Rough Cat’s

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Beige, snow, cats and communicating

Week 5 brought slightly less posts (19) than the first four weeks of the year (over 20 each week), but no less variety. Sasha Taylor shared with us the plans for a new start on moving forward with the CityCamp

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The naming of cats

Karen Hart takes up the [entirely optional] Weekly Blog Club theme of what you are good at (set by Kate Bentham last week), and reveals that she is good at naming cats, giving us a couple of excellent examples as proof. The

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