Who hasn’t had a Devon get into a little mischief at Christmas! Our friends at WikiHow have posted the instructions for cat-proofing your Christmas Tree. It doesn’t address teethings that hang on the tree, (No tinsel!) But… it’s a comprehensive guide for keeping your kitty safe and your tree gorgeous!
Are you in the Midwest? Interested in seeing some really cool cats? The Cat Fanciers’ International Cat show is coming up fast! The show is being held at the Suburban Collection Showplace, 46100 Grand River Ave in Novi, MI.
Spectator hours are 8:30am until 5:00 pm on Saturday, November 19 and 8:30am until 4:00pm on Sunday, November 20. Tickets prices are $10 for adults, $8 for Seniors (65+), $5 for children 6-15, and children 5 and under are free. There is a $5 parking fee at the facility. If you click here, you can get a $1 discount coupon!
Cat show are a fun and interesting way to spend an afternoon, and the breeders love to see you there!
The primary reason to buy a pedigreed cat is because there is some characteristic of the breed — its coat, look or personality – that a person admires. Persians have long, luxurious coats and very mellow, laid-back personalities. Abyssinians have a short, easily maintained coat, and a busy, inquisitive personality. Continue reading “Why buy a pedigreed cat?”
Once you’ve found a Breeder you’re interested in working with, you need to approach them as an informed buyer — even among Breeders who are responsible, there are (as in all things) better and worse people to do business with. At some point in your inquiry (sooner or later depending on the Breeder,) you will likely be asked to fill out an information form – but you can ask questions of the breeder as well. Continue reading “What to expect when talking to a Breeder”
Many times people that are looking to purchase a pedigreed kitten are surprised to learn that the breeder stipulates that the pet kitten must altered, or may already be altered before being placed for sale. There are several reasons that breeders insist on this. Continue reading “Pet Quality – No Breeding Allowed”