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- * Vaccinating Pregnant or Breeding Queens
Nursing kittens obtain their initial immunity from their mothers. The knowledgeable cat breeder needs to know the optimal time to vaccinate each breeding queen so that she has a strong immunity to give to her babies.
- * Vaccination Protocol To Reduce Upper Respiratory Infections In Weaning Kittens
If you are experiencing a reoccurring problem in your cattery with young kittens breaking with upper resiratory infections between 6 and 10 weeks of age, this vaccination protocal may help!
- * Vaccination Protocols
The guidelines for vaccination of cats are currently in a state of flux due to several issues. Learn what you need to consider in order to choose the best vaccinations for your situation.
- * Vaccination Sites On Your Cat
Where on your cat you give him his vaccination is as important as what vaccine you use!
- Vaughn Barber
Popular CFA judge Vaughn Barber passed away this week. He will be sadly missed.
- * Velcro Collars For Kittens
One of the most popular methods of IDing newborns is by putting different colors of velcro collars on them right at birth. If using a velcro collar on kitten, you MUST put it on correctly or you may endanger the kitten's life. Learn the do's and don't's of using a velcro collar on your kittens.
- GC, BWR, NW Velvetkist Designer Genes:
CFA Cat of the Year 2016-2017
CFA's Cat of the Year 2017 is GC, BWR, NW Velvetkist Designer Genes, a magnificent cream and white Persian male. This gorgeous boy, known as "Gino", was bred, owned and campaigned by Noralyn Heisig of Velvetkist Persians. This is Gino's story.
- GC, GP, NW Velvetkist Pack'N Heat of Krimpurrs
CFA's Best Cat in Premiership for 2014-2015 is a stunning cream and white Persian neuter named GC, GP, NW Velvetkist Pack'N Heat of Krimpurrs. "Frankie" is co-owned and campaigned by Beth Holly of Krimpurrs with breeder and co-owner Noralyn Heisig of Velvetkist. This is their story . . .
- GC, NW Velvetkist Don't Touch My Tutu
CFA's Second Best Kitten 2017- 2018 is a stunning dilute calico Persian girl with the unusual name of GC, NW Velvetkist Don't Touch My Tutu. This gorgeous kitten was bred, owned and campaigned by Noralyn Heisig of Velvetkist Persians.
- * Very Early Golden
This is the early history of Silver & Golden Persians
- * Vet Wrap
Vet Wrap is a handy, stretchy, self-adhesive bandage that all cat breeders should have in their first aid kit ...
- Vet's Mistake
Share one breeder's journey in seeking justice when a vet neuters her show kitten by mistake.
- Veterinary Fair Disclosure Legislation
New legislation may require veterinarians to tell the owners of their patients the risk associated with vaccinating their pets.
- * Vinegar
Vinegar, a commonplace product in most households, has a wide variety of uses in a cattery situation, from a grooming aid to a cleaner, from a flea killer to an aid to discourage spraying behavior.
- * Vinegar Rinse
A vinegar rinse can be a useful addition to your cat's regular bath routine. Learn more about this simple grooming additive.
- * Virgin Queen
Every female cat starts out as a virgin queen. This article discusses the things the cattery owner needs to know to help the virgin queen become a successful breeding cat...
- * Virgin Stud Cat
Every stud cat starts out as a virgin. Learn about the physical and mental challenges he must overcome before he is a successful breeding cat that contributes to the cattery's next generation of kittens...
- * Viruses in the Showhall
Learn how you can prevent your cat from catching a virus at the cat show . . . Viruses in cats (and humans) are often most infectious right before symptoms appear. This can mean that a healthy-appearing cat at a cat show may be harboring a virus that it can pass on to your kitty.
- * Vitamin B-12
B-12 is an essential vitamin for all felines. In a cattery situation, B-12 is useful to help stimulate appetite, promote milk production in pregnant queens and growth in kittens. It can even aid in recovery from respiratory infections. Learn more.
- * Vomiting
The average cat is pretty good at vomitting upon occasion. Learn the signs of when you need to see your veterinarian and what you can do at home to settle your kitty's upset tummy.
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