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A plain English guide for a budding cat breeder, or even an accidental one. Learn about cat breeds, queening, kitten care, stud keeping and everything else you need to know about breeding cats.
This is our Devon Rex breeders basic listing. I hope you'll find this list useful.
This is our Sphynx cat breeders basic listing. I hope you'll find this list useful.
Choosing a kitten as a member of your household is important and a kitten that comes into your home as a permanent fixture should fit in temperament, activity and health. If you are looking for your first kitten have a clear definition of what you want.
This is our Ragdoll cat breeders basic listing. I hope you'll find this list useful.
A few cats doesn't hurt. But know where you stand in the breeding business. Is there a profit from cat breeding? save yourself troubles from the IRS in the future by being clear about your breeding plans.
Have you ever thought about what keepsakes you will keep when your cat passed away? It's a hard fact that you will often outlive your cat, but this is
I really don't know what to say about this. I wonder where and who takes care of the cloned cats now. Are they still living in the lab? or have they
Do YOU have any interesting cat stories? Tell us! Come on in and write your own page of feline fun facts. It is easy to do. How? Simply click here to find out more.
Have you ever heard about 4 eared cats? Perhaps you have. Or maybe this is the first time you heard about it. The cat has two extra flaps of 'ears'