I can answer the majority of questions pertaining to cattery management; breeding programs, grooming and showing longhaired cats. I am also familiar with the majority of recognized breeds.
I have been breeding and showing ragdoll cats since 1993. I am also currently on the Ragdoll Breed Committee for TICA, as well as a past chair..
RFCI (Ragdoll Fanciers Club International) - Treasurer TICA - Ragdoll Breed Chair CFA - Registered Cattery ACFA - Registered Cattery
Associate Degree in Computer Science, Many educational seminars on HCM, FIP and other diseases in catteries.
Several Grand champion cats over the years.
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Blood on a cat is not normal. They do not bleed when in season. She could be suffering from a uterine infection and if she is loosing hair, I would definitely suggest a visit to the vet. If she is pregnant
I would suggest getting your kitty indoors and keeping him in if you are going to show him. He will need to get used to a grooming "regime" of bathing and nail trimming to be ready to be shown. The way
With cats, it is more difficult sometimes to tell the breed....especially without paperwork. It is truly difficult to determine a breed unless you have registration information from a breeder. Your girl
There really isn't a 'breed' of kitty called a teacup kitten. Any of the recognized breeds can be bred down in size. I honestly don't know anyone working with miniaturized versions of any breed, but
Keep the link to this chart handy. It gives you the color predictions for all pointed colors. I have used it for years. The cats don't really carry "colors", they carry the dilute version of the gene