North Shore Times : February 5th 2013
www.northshoretimes.co.nz 9 NORTH SHORE TIMES, FEBRUARY 5, 2013 NEWS Fujitsu Special HEAT PUMP 5.4KW LOUNGE MODEL SHOWROOM Unit N 121 Rosedale Rd, Albany PH 09 475 5583 0800 934 678 7ays ONLY (Latest Model) $2350 FULLY INSTALLED DEHUMIDIFY BETTER HEAT PLUS 2 FREE SERVICES Beat the Human Sensor, 4 timer settings per day Human sensor LADY ALLUM LIFESTYLE CARE & VILLAGE 20 Napoleon Ave, Milford Retirement Village | Care Village | Hospital Care For more information, call Rowena Pearce today on (09) 488 2905, 027 501 8269 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org For over 40 years Lady Allum Village has offered a secure, comfortable and carefree retirement lifestyle as one of Auckland's friendliest villages in the heart of the North Shore. Apartments are now available and open for viewing. Special Information Presentation on Thursday: "5 Things You Must Know About an Occupation Right Agreement". 15-minute sessions at 10:15 and 11:15. Apartment viewings afterwards, as part of Open Home. If you can't be there on the 7th, Saturday morning viewings are available from 10am - 12pm each Saturday during February. Open Home - Lady Allum Village Thursday 7 February, 10 am to 1 pm Apartments Modern one and two- bedroom apartments. Available From $370,000* * Ongoing ser vice fees apply OG1887 The minimum age of entry for residents is 65 years. Lady Allum Village is part of the Oceania Group which owns and operates 58 villages and care homes across New Zealand. COMMUNITY NOTICES Well Women & Family Trust runs a free cervical smear clinic on the North Shore on Friday. No appointment is necessary but certain criteria apply. The clinic is at North Shore Hos- pital, Shakespeare Rd from 9.30am till 3.30pm. Phone 846 7886 ext 0 for information. Birkenhead Artisan Market is on February 16 from 9am till 1pm at Highbury House, 110 Hinemoa St, Birkenhead. Lots of stalls including arts, crafts and food. Go to birkenheadartisanmarket. com or find the market on Facebook. Are you new to North Shore and looking for work? Auckland Regional Migrant Services is offering a free job search workshop on February 20 in North- cote. Email reception@arms-mrc. org.nz or call 625 2440. The Older Women s Network groups begin for the new year in February. You can contact the following people about groups: Seasonal celebrations, Linda 418 2971; Tai Chi for arthritis, Susan 478 5569; Discussion group, Julia 483 6258; Writing For Our Grandchildren, Browns Bay, Edna 445 8452 or Pat- ricia 479 7519, Beach Haven, Anne 483 7704; OWN Coffee Meetings, Dawn 478 9238; OWNS Alone Lunch, Judith 478 6618; Theatre Visit Group, Joan 483 9671; Rum- mikub, Dawn, 414 5351. Go to olderwomensnetwork.org. nz for information. Owners pine for beloved pet By MARNIE HALLAHAN Best buds: Ellen Callister giving Cedric a piggyback, one of their favourite games. Cool cat: Cedric is a light chocolate Burmese who answers to his name. If you have seen Cedric please phone Claire Callister on 021 045 6588 or email clairecallister@ hotmail.com It began with a case of mistaken identity and now Claire Callister s family cat Cedric is missing. On January 20 Cedric, a nine- year-old chocolate Burmese, was accidentally given to another cat owner who had gone to collect her chocolate Burmese from a North Shore cattery. As soon as Cedric was let out of the cage at the woman s Murrays Bay home he ran off and hasn t been seen since. Mrs Callister and her family returned from their summer holi- day to the devastating news that their beloved cat Cedric had been missing for six days. Our gut reaction was to get out there and look for him but after hours and hours of searching we realise we ve got to ask for help, she says. There have been nights when the kids have been out until five in the morning looking for him and calling his name. I don t think anyone in Browns Bay would ve got any sleep last night. The Coatesville family dropped Cedric at the cattery on January 13 as they set off on a two week adven- ture in Vietnam. Mrs Callister says they had every faith in the cattery owner who had cared for Cedric on prev- ious occasions. She s had a very successful cat- tery for years but there were new staff and one mistake after another was made, she says. The woman who was mistakenly given Cedric to take home remarked that her cat seemed to have lost a lot of weight, says Mrs Callister, but still left with the wrong cat. In their quest to find Cedric the family have done a letterbox drop of 1500 flyers asking for any clues on his whereabouts and have taken well-worn pieces of clothing around the neighbourhood to leave a scent trail. The last sighting of Cedric was in Saddleback Rise, Murrays Bay a few days after he went missing. Mrs Callister says the family don t hold any ill will towards the cattery staff or the other cat owner but just want our boy home . She describes him as a slim light chocolate Burmese who answers to his name.
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