Where We Are Going Today: Cat Chic, where cats get their hair done

Updated 26 April 2019
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Where We Are Going Today: Cat Chic, where cats get their hair done

  • After a session at Cat Chic my cat came back looking smarter than ever

It is never easy to entrust your beloved cat to strangers, yet grooming is important for feline health and looks, and is best done by professionals.

There are none so professional as the staff at Jeddah’s Cat Chic. The staff are helpful and accommodating, and the exclusive salon provides vital services such as bathing, flea treatments, hair trimming and shaving.

My cat had badly matted hair. It was impossible to detangle, but after a session at Cat Chic my cat came back looking smarter than ever.

The interior of the salon is beautiful and it features a cat playground, which gives the cats a chance to socialize.

Cat Chic also sells amazing products that allow you to take care of your cat at home and dress them up with funky collars and adorable clothes.

Located in Al-Rawdah district, Cat Chic is a cat-grooming salon you can trust. If you have any grooming needs for your cat, you should definitely visit.


Sudan’s transitional council vows to back Saudi Arabia against Iran threat

Updated 24 May 2019
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Sudan’s transitional council vows to back Saudi Arabia against Iran threat

  • Himeidti said the military council would continue deploying Sudanese troops to Yemen as part of the Arab coalition fighting Iran-backed Houthis
  • It was Dagalo's first international trip since Sudan’s army generals took power after they backed protesters in ousting longtime-leader Omar Al-Bashir last month

KHARTOUM: A top Sudanese general has vowed to back Saudi Arabia against “all threats and attacks” from Iran, Sudan's ruling military council said Friday.
General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, the deputy chief of Sudan’s new Transitional Military Council, made the comments during a meeting with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Jeddah.
“Sudan is standing with the Kingdom against all threats and attacks from Iran and Houthi militias,” Dagalo, widely known as Himeidti, told the crown prince during their meeting, the council said in a statement.
Himeidti also said the military council would continue deploying Sudanese troops to Yemen as part of the Arab coalition fighting Iran-backed Houthis.
It was Dagalo's first international trip since Sudan’s army generals took power after they backed protesters in ousting longtime-leader Omar Al-Bashir last month.
The statement, the council's first major foreign policy announcement, amounted to a continuation of the deposed leader's policy.