Titles beginning with "K"
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- * K-PAK Conditioner
A Himalayan breeder shares her experience using K-PAK Conditioner by Joico to improve the presentation of her Himalayan . . .
- Kaopectate Warning
Kaopectate, a favorite medicine to prevent diarrhea, has undergone a formula change that may be deadly to your cat.
- GC, RW Karabel's Dolly Madison
This is the story of two women who are good friends... and the adventure they enjoyed while showing a captivating tortie lynxpoint Exotic Shorthair kitten named Maddie . . .
Karin Jackson was the greatest friend of Household Pets in CFA. There will never be another like her.
- Kathy Durdick, Associate Editor
Announcing our new associate editor
- * Keeping A Fresh Eye
A longtime breeder shares his thoughts on re-assessing his breeding program
- * Keeping Cool
Tricks to keep your cat cool at home, on the road and in the show halls of summer.
- * Keeping Kitty Cool At The Cat Show
When the thermometer shoots skyward during the summer months, a few precautions are necessary to make sure your feline star is comfortable at the cat show.
- * Keeping Kitty Off The Counter
Whether you own a single cat or many, a common problem faced by many feline lovers is how to teach the cat not to jump up on their kitchen counters... so here's an article that will tell you how to do it!
- Kelimcoons Cattery
Rita and Bruce Berg share photos of the indoor and outdoor areas of their home that they custom designed for the comfort and enjoyment of their Kelimcoons Maine
Coons . . .
- * Ketoconazole
Ketoconazole, brand name Nizoral, is an anti-fungal drug that can be used in the battle against ringworm.
- Ketoconazole & Ringworm: A Breeder's Experience
A breeder shares her experience battling Ringworm using the anti-fungal drug, Ketoconazole.
- * Keywords For Your Website
Choosing the best keywords for your webpage improves the possibility of viewers finding you on the internet
- * Kidney Failure In The Cat
Kidney failure is the #1 cause of death in older cats. Every cat owner should know the signs to look for and the care needed by a cat whose kidneys may be in trouble...
- * Kitten Back Contract
Selling a kitten with a 'Kitten Back' requirement in its contract can be a win-win situation for both the Buyer and the Seller... but a detailed contract is an absolute necessity to avoid misunderstandings.
- * Kitten Born With Intestines On The Outside
Even the most experienced breeder can be shocked when a kitten is born with the intestines outside of its body. Do you know what to do should this happen to one of your newborn kittens?
- * Kitten Buyer Visits 101
Do you know how to take charge of the visit when buyers come to look at your kittens? Here are tips to have a happy and safe visit.
- * Kitten Cap
A "Kitten Cap" refers to a small streak or two of color on the top of the head of an otherwise all white kitten. Learn more about this interesting phenomenon, why it occurs, and how it affects a kitten's show career.
- * Kitten Deposit
Should you require a deposit to reserve a kitten for a Buyer? If you ask for a deposit on a kitten, should you also require the buyer to sign a contract? Learn the answers to these questions and much more ...
- * Kitten Deposit Contract
Many breeders like to take a deposit on a kitten from a prospective buyer. This helps them pre-sell their kittens before they are old enough to go to their new home - and sometimes even before they are born. But if you take deposits on your kittens, it is smart to also use a Kitten Deposit Contract to avoid misunderstandings. Learn what to include in your Kitten Deposit Contract...
- * Kitten Deposits
The pros and cons of taking deposits on your kittens
- Kitten For Christmas
Giving a kitten as a Christmas present can be an appealing idea, but most breeders hesitate to let one of their kittens go to a new home during the busy holiday season. Learn the best way to let a kitten be a gift.
- * Kitten Immunity: Passive & Active
Learning about passive and active immunity will help you understand how best to vaccinate your kittens to maximize their ability to fight infections — from birth to adulthood.
- * Kitten Inquiry Form
Kitten inquiries can be some of the most frustrating contacts made - especially when that initial contact comes via e-mail, rather than at a show or in person.
- * Kitten Mill Is A Kitten Mill... or Is It?
How do we define 'kitten mills' and can we legislate against them without impacting upon the cat fancy?
- Kitten Missing From The Hotel Room!
An exhibitor shares her experience at finding her Ocicat kitten missing from her show hotel room....
- * Kitten Play Pen
Convert a used baby play pen into a terrific, easy care kitten corral.
- * Kitten Shopping List
Whether a person reserves a kitten, one of the first things they should receive is a shopping list for their new baby.
- * Kitten's Paperwork
Having the kitten's paperwork well organized and beautifully presented is just one of the hallmarks of a good breede
- Kittens Helping Kittens
Once upon a time, helping the kittens was my only goal - find the cats and kittens in need and bring them home. That's what I did.
- * Kitten's First 10 Days
Statistically, the highest risk of death of a kitten is in the first 10 days following birth. This article provides you with a list of what you need to do and what to watch for to maximize the chances of every kitten's survival.
- * Kittenless Cat Allows Nursing & Produces Milk
Even though she has not given birth to the kittens, occasionally a cat will develop milk production if kittens stimulate her teats by nursing.
- * Kittens On Carpeting
How do you raise a litter of kittens from birth to weaning on a carpeted floor?
- * Kitty Alzheimer's
As with humans, the life expectancy of cats is increasing and with this longer life runs a greater chance of developing dementia.
- * Kitty Love
Do you know the different ways that a cat can express affection towards you?
- Kitty Safe July 4th
July 4th is a favorite holiday across America. Let's make sure it is also a safe holiday for the feline family members...
- * Kneading
Kneading is one of most distinctively feline behaviors. Have you ever wondered why cats knead?
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