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While L-lysine supplements will not prevent Feline Herpes Virus, conjunctivitis or upper respiratory infections, they may reduce the symptoms and speed recovery. Learn more about L-lysine . . .
- Labels on Your Shipping Carrier
When shipping your cat, there are a few tips about labeling your carrier that may help your cat arrive quickly and safely to its destination.
- GC, BW, NW Lac Hong Harlem Desir of Burmania
GC, BW, NW Lac Hong Harlem Desir of Burmania is a male Bombay who is CFA's 15th Best Cat In Championship 2013-2014. Harlem is the fruit of friendships, of trust and the sharing of bloodlines between the small community of breeders who love Bombays and Burmese.
This is his story . . .
- QGC Lakemountain Daemos
For 2012-2013, TICA's South Central Region's Best Toyger is a magnificent male named QGC Lakemountain Daemos of Primaeval.
Nicknamed Shama, this is his story . . .
- GPD, RW Laki Augustus Caesar of Whiskerland
GPD, RW Laki Augustus Caesar of Whiskerland became the first Burmese to earn the CFA title "Grand Premier of Distinction" on October 19, 2013. Owned and shown by Jim and Teresa Land of Malvern, PA, " Gus" is their first Burmese AND their first show cat. This is their story.
- *Laser Light As A Training Tool
While a laser light is most often used to play with your cat or provide it with healthy exercise, it can also be a valuable training tool to teach your cat specific commands and obedient behaviors.
- *Laser Light Therapy for Cats
Veterinarians are increasingly using laser therapy in addition to traditional treatment plans. Learn more about laser therapy and the conditions it can be used to treat . . .
- *Laser Light Toy
Oh that bouncing little red dot — cats and humans love it. But do you know that there is a right and wrong way to play with your cat using a laser light? Learn the correct technique to provide your cat with both mental exercise and an enjoyable workout when playing with a laser light. . .
- Late Kitten Registration Numbers
CFA has made arrangements for your kitten wins to count, even if you have no number at the time of the show.
- Learned Along The Way
A HHP exhibitor shares the lessons learned along the way while campaigning her tabby to her first International Win in TICA
- *Lease Contract
When leasing a cat, smart breeders have a detailed Lease Contract to prevent misunderstandings and false expectations.
- *Lease Contract (Sample)
An example of a general lease contract suitable for use by cat breeders.
- *Leasing A Cat
There are many situations in which two breeders may enter into a lease agreement - and the conditions can vary as widely as the people and their situations.
- *Les Pooch Shampoos & Rinses
Grooming products used by cat exhibitors are often discovered in the world of the dog fancy. The latest popular shampoos and creme rinse is no exception. Check out the product line from the French company, Les Poochs . . .
- Lesson Of The Goose
Whenever a goose falls out of the formation, it suddenly feels the drag and resistance of trying to fly alone and quickly gets back into formation to take advantage of the lifting power of the bird in front... Are you as smart as a goose?
- Lessons Learned Living With Kittens
A breeder reveals the sometimes painful lessons his kittens have taught him....
- Lethal Lilies
With the Easter holiday fast approaching, every cat owner must be alert to the fact that Easter lilies are toxic to cats.
- *Light & Heat Cycles
Did you know you can use light to encourage your female cat to come into season - or to discourage her from cycling too. This article tells you how.
- *Light Bulbs For Odor Control
A new type of light bulb can be used to control odors and bacteria in a cattery environment!
- *Lime Sulfur Dip
Lime Sulfur dips are an important treatment for combating Ringworm.
- Lime Sulfur Shampoo
An effective topical treatment against Ringworm is to shampoo your cat with a Lime Sulfur shampoo.
- *The Lion Cut
As we enter the hottest days of summer, many cat owners consider clipping their kitties to make them more comfortable. The most popular, and most variable, feline clip is the "Lion Cut".
- *The Lion Cut: Unusual Variations
For those people who like to march to a different drummer, check out these unusual variations of the classic "Lion Cut". . .
- *Litter Box Cleaning Station
Design an outdoor area for cleaning litter boxes that make this chore almost fun!
- *Litter Box Options
The size, shape and style of litter box that you choose can make a difference in how easy it is to maintain your cattery. The right litter box can even affect the health of your cats. This article discusses your options and how to choose the litter box that works best for your situation.
- Litter Options
Eenie-meenie-minie-mo? Things about litter you really should know!
- *Litter Scatter
There are several options you can consider to help keep the area around the litter box tidy by reducing or containing scattered litter . . .
- *Liver Disease In Cats
The liver performs vital functions in the body, and if diseased, can prove fatal
- Loading A Syringe With Nutrical
An easy way of feeding Nutri-Cal to an uncooperative feline is by loading it into a syringe. Lean how!
- Long Haired Scottish Fold Best of Breed Winners In CFA
These are the top Long-Haired Scottish Folds that have earned the title of Breed Winner for each show season in CFA ...
- Longhair American Curl Breed Winners In CFA
Enjoy this list of the Longhair American Curl Breed Winners for each year in CFA...
- Longhair Manx Breed Winners in CFA
Enjoy the well researched article listing the cats that have earned ithe tile of Breed Winner in the Longhair Manx Division in CFA
- *Look at CFA Titles
Ever get confused at how many different ways you see people writing the titles for their cats in CFA? Or wonder about the abbreviations, and which one is correct??
- Lucy Rand: Animator Extrodinaire!
Lucy is a cat lover - and an outstanding creator of cat animations!
- *Luxated Patellas
A luxated patella is a genetically transmitted condition that causes the knee cap to slip out of position when the joint is moved, usually resulting in lameness.
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