Monkey is a lovely older female kitty who is needing to find a new home. Her owner is very ill and has had to make the difficult decision to relinquish his beloved Monkey. He took Monkey in about 6 years ago when she was a stray on the streets of Petone. She is approximately 10 years old and healthy.
Monkey is a shy kitty when you first meet her, but once she gets to know you she is affectionate, likes to sit on your lap and sleep on your bed – as well as boxes. In other words she’s your typical kittycat! She is also quite vocal, so if you like to have conversations with your kitty as well as pats, Monkey is your girl. She would be best suited to live in a quiet home, but she is still playful so would like a home where her owner keeps her occupied sometimes with play. She is litterbox trained and likes to live indoors and outdoors. She’s not that keen on other cats so she will need to be the only cat in the household. Monkey hasn’t lived with dogs but she does tolerate quiet, well behaved ones. She is currently living in Masterton.
Monkey is desexed, vaccinated, microchipped and flea/worm treated. Her adoption fee is $120.
If you’re interested in Monkey please call Lee on 021 0843 8935.
Wellington’s sprinkler ban has been lifted– but with sporadic rain forecast for winter residents still need to avoid wasting water.
The restrictions were put in place for the Hutt Valley, South Wairarapa, Wellington city and Porirua in mid-February as water usage soared during the summer months.
From Tuesday, residents in Lower Hutt, Porirua and Wellington city can again use sprinklers and irrigation systems, Wellington Water said. In Upper Hutt and South Wairarapa people can do so every second day, as is usual.
Most of the Wellington region’s drinking water comes from rivers and the Waiwhetu aquifer under the Hutt Valley. River levels fell to 90 per cent before the sprinkler ban.
Meanwhile, people in the Wairarapa town of Carterton still have to boil their water after E. coli bacteria was found in the water supply on March 12.
I'm running a ride, leaving from Memorial Square, Carterton at 10am. Ride briefing at 9.50am. Ride time/distance in total approximately 4.5hrs, 240kms broken into 3 legs.
Leg 1: 2 hrs approx.
Leg 2: 1 hr approx.
Leg 3: 1.5hrs approx.
Finish at Memorial Square.
Those on time constraints, please let me know at each consolidation stop.
For riders unfamiliar with the roads, corner marking will be done - procedure will be described at Ride Briefing.
See you there.