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Breeding Pedigreed Cats

Second Edition
by: Carolyn M. Vella and John J. McGonalgle

If you are serious about entering the highly competitive world of the Cat Breeders, this book is an excellent guide for you. Understanding such a complex world can be perplexing for “newbies” who do not have a mentor or a clear understanding about what breeding cats ethically is all about. This book focuses on the do’s and don’ts of the cat fancy. Packed with wonderfully informative tips, backed by years of breeding experience, and peppered with a pure enthusiasm for every breed, the authors take you on a tour of their world.

Touching on every aspect of quality breeding and care, they tell you what to do if the Queen gets into trouble during birthing, how to socialize kittens so they can handle the show ring, how to choose the right veterinarian, feeding kittens reluctant to eat, and a whole wealth of other priceless information including when NOT to breed.

Breeding Pedigreed Cats is a useful tool for established breeders, owners, and the novice. The book takes the guesswork out of the multi-layered world of the Fancy and what will be expected of you to be a breeder. The standards are high. The challenge has been laid down…

”You know you are a Cat Breeder when you have bought this book, studied it diligently and adhered to all the valuable advice and guidelines it offers.”

Just like the pedigreed kitten you are thinking about purchasing from another registered breeder- this book is a Winner in anyone’s circle!

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