* Female Infertility Part 1: Evaluation Infertility is the inability to conceive or to carry a pregnancy to term. Failure of a female cat to produce kittens can arise at any stage of the reproductive process.
* G Strep Infections in a Breeding Cattery Are your queens having smaller litters? Or having premature births? Perhaps your cats are failing to get pregnant at all. Are you losing newborns to Fading Kitten Syndrome? These are all symptoms of a G Strep infection in your cattery. This article tells you how to stop the losses and maintain a healthy breeding program unaffected by G Strep infections . . .
* Homeopathic Remedies For Breeding Female Cats Does your queen sometimes have problems becoming pregnant? Or carrying her litter to term? While there is little scientific research on the effectiveness of homeopathic remedies, an increasing number of veterinarians and breeders have experienced the benefits of using homeopathics in the treatment and care of felines.
* Mammary Hyperplasia Mammary hyperplasia is a condition characterized by the rapid growth of the mammary tissues.
* Reproductive Problems in Female Cats Evaluating your queen's reproductive success is part of what every breeder must do periodically to maintain strong and health breeding stock.
* Unsuccessful Pregnancies It is a long journey from the fertilization of an egg by a sperm to the final goal of the successful birth of a kitten. In between lies obstacles - reabsorption, abortion, mummification, premature birth and stillbirths. Learn more about what can go wrong and how to respond to specific problems when they occur...