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  • Tabby Pattern Genetic Breakthrough
    New research results published in the journal Genetics, has clarified the inheritance of tabby patterns. Read on to learn more ...
    January 2010

  • *Tabby Patterns
    There are four main patterns of tabby that occur in the random bred domestic cat population (exclusive of any cat breeds that have wild blood). This article provides an in-depth look at tabby patterns and their genetics ...
    October 2009

  • *Tail Kink X-Rays
    Have you ever seen x-rays of cat tails that are kinked?
    October 2005

  • *Tail Kink: How To Detect One
    Do you know how to feel for a kink in your kitten's tail? Learn the correct procedure...
    November 2011

  • *Tail Kinks
    In some, if not most breeds, a tail kink can end a cat`s show career. How does it affect its breeding possibilities?
    August 2004

  • *Taking Your Cat`s Temperature
    This photo essay shows you exactly how to take your cat`s temperature with a rectal digital thermometer.
    January 2008

  • Tale of Faults
    Can over-zealous handling of a cat`s tail during judging actually cause a tail fault? You be the judge...
    January 2005

  • *Talking Tail
    You can read your cat`s mind by just watching its tail!
    March 2007

  • Taqpep Gene Discovered
    Scientists discover the gene that determines whether a tabby will have a mackerel pattern or the classic/botched pattern... and cheetahs have the same gene!
    October 2012

  • *Tarnishing
    Tarnishing can occur in any cat that is a silver or silver tabby. Tarnish is a browning or yellowing of areas of the silver coat, the result of incomplete clearing of color by the inhibition gene....
    March 2009

  • Taste Test
    ShowCatsOnline recently participated in a small experiment for a local television show - it was a blind taste test of four brands of dry cat food... and here are the (surprising) results!
    February 2004

  • Tea Tree Oil Warning
    Tea Tree Oil poisoning have been reported in both cats and dogs when applied to the skin at too high a dose.
    August 2002

  • Teach Your Cat To Fetch
    Teach your cat to fetch and make all the neighborhood dogs look on with envy!
    April 2004

  • Teach Your Cat To Shake A Paw
    You may think that no self-respecting cat would want to perform tricks for its owner - but you would be wrong.
    February 2017

  • Teach Your Cat To Sit Up
    Having a cat that sits up on command is adorable - and will entertain your house guests and turn dog lovers into feline friends
    April 2004

  • *Teaser Tom
    The use of a sterilized stud cat is just one more option the cat breeder can consider to help manage the the cycling and health of their breeding queens.
    January 2009

  • *Teeth: More Than A Pretty Smile
    Understand the basics of the anatomy & development of your kitten`s teeth from babyhood to mature adult.
    October 2003

  • *Temperament Testing Your Kittens
    Using a modified version of the Volhard Puppy Aptitude Test, cat breeders can now temperament test their kittens too. Learn how a series of simple tests can help you better predict the adult cat's temperament of today's adorable kitten . . .
    October 2015

  • *Temperament: Nature vs Nurture
    Good temperament is one of the most important characteristics to have in any cat, pet or show. The question the cat breeder must answer is “how much” of a cat's temperament and behavior is due to heredity and “how much” is due to its environment and life experiences?
    August 2002

  • *Temperature As A Gauge Of Your Cat's Health
    A normal temperature is a critical part of good health for your cat. Learn how monitoring your cat's body temperature will help you take better care of your kitty...
    January 2012

  • Ten Common Cat Myths
    Do you think you know a lot about cats? There are at least 10 common myths about the average cat that are not true.
    May 2007

  • *Ten Rules To Being A Successful Cat Breeder
    Learn 10 simple rules to becoming a successful cat breeder...
    March 2006

  • *Ten Ways To Minimize Feline Herpesvirus Outbreaks in Your Cattery
    FHV-1 infections can be a major problem in breeding catteries, most often affecting young kittens between 4 to 8 weeks of age when the immunity they received from their mother wanes but before they receive their first vaccination. This article details the specific steps to take to prevent flare-ups of FHV-1 in your cattery . . .
    January 2015

  • Ten Ways To Pamper Your Cat
    Are you looking for suggestions to treat the special feline in your life? Here are a few...
    February 2008

  • Ten Years And Counting
    It is so hard to believe that it has been almost ten years since ShowCatsOnline.com debuted as the first online all breed magazine in the history of the cat fancy. As we celebrate our first decade online, we take a few moments to look back ...
    June 2010

  • The Ten Commandments of Pet Ownership
    If your cat could talk...
    September 2004

  • *Tenting Your Cat
    Show cats often include a tent as part of their show gear... so here are pointers for helping your cat to be a good `camper`.
    July 2005

  • Teri's Legacy
    Tashia Lyons of Luvely Persians shares the story of how she was introduced to the cat fancy as a teenager thanks to the generosity and mentoring by a special lady.
    September 2008

  • *Testing Your Cat For HCM
    There are two methods to determine if a cat has Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) or may be predisposed to developing HCM . . .
    February 2014

  • *Tetracycline
    Tetracycline is a broad spectrum antibiotic useful in the treatment of feline upper respiratory infections, chlamydia and urinary infections ...
    March 2010

  • GC, RW Thaifong Raisa of Ayuthaya, DM
    This is the story of a chubby baby who blossomed into an elegant, graceful female who became the highest-scoring lilac point Siamese kitten in CFA history....
    January 2013

  • Thanksgiving Feast
    Give your cats something extra to give thanks for - cooking up a feline treat just for the furry members of the family ....
    November 2009

  • There Is No Test For FIP
    There is no such thing as a test for FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis), yet people mistakenly say that their cat tested positive for FIP. Learn why this confusing situation happens . . .
    February 2014

  • *Thiamine Deficiency
    Thiamine is a routine ingredient in all cat foods, so thiamine deficiency is rare. When thiamine deficiency is diagnosed it is most typically seen in a cat eating large amounts of raw fish. Learn the signs to look for...
    September 2011

  • Think Backwards
    Retired TICA judge, Beth Hicks, shares a tip for making your cat`s experience in the judging ring more enjoyable.
    December 2007

  • *Third Eyelid Adhesion Medical Case History
    This article shows photos of a pointed kitten and discusses the medical history that lead to her third eyelid becoming attached to her eyeball ...
    March 2010

  • *Third Eyelid Adhesions
    A third eyelid adhesion (also called a symblepharon) occurs when a cat's third eyelid attaches itself, partially or completely, to the exterior of the eyeball ...
    March 2010

  • *Those Sneaky Recessives
    Recessive genes— some are good, some may be bad. Regardless, recessive genes can be difficult to manage in a breeding program. Learn more . . .
    October 2016

  • Three Filters Test
    Use this test next time someone at a cat show starts to share the latest gossip with you.
    January 2003

  • *Three Stages of Labor
    By understanding the three stages of labor you will know better what to expect when your cat delivers her kittens...
    March 2011

  • *Three Strikes Rule
    Every cat breeder constantly needs to make decisions about their breeding program. One of the most worrisome challenges is deciding how long to keep working with a kitty when things go wrong. To help you decide, you may want to consider using the "Three Strikes Rule".
    June 2016

  • TICA International Winners
    This is a collection of articles listing TICA's International Winners for each show season since 2002.

  • TICA International Winners 2014-2015
    The top cats in TICA for the 2014-2015 show season! 
    August 2015

  • TICA International Winners 2015-2016
    The top cats in TICA for the 2015-2016 show season! 
    July 2016

  • *TICA Rules Regarding Disqualification and Withholding Awards
    Learn the rules that govern the disqualification of cats and the withholding of awards in the show ring in TICA.
    December 2010

  • TICA Titles
    Have you ever wondered about the titles in TICA? What do all those initials mean? And what does your cat have to do to earn those titles? Wonder no more :-)!
    June 2002

  • TICA Turns 30!
    The International Cat Association celebrates its 30th anniversary and honors the people and cats that made it the world's largest genetic registry of pedigreed cats and registry of household pet cats and kittens
    June 2009

  • Ticketyboo Times Two
    Two Japanese Bobtails were national winners in CFA this past season. GC, BW, NW Ticketyboo Mikomi was CFA's 19th Best Cat, 2012-2013, and GC, GP, NW Ticketyboo Nankinmushi was CFA's 22nd Best Alter, 2012-2013 . This is the story of Ticketyboo—times two . . .
    June 2013

  • Tiffanie
    The Tiffanie is a developing breed which originated with the crossing of a Silver Persian and a Burmese.
    December 2006

  • *Time To Show
    Just how long does each judge have to hand and judge your cat? The answer may surprise you.
    July 2003

  • *Tiny Newborn
    Occasionally a cat gives birth to a litter of kittens in which one newborn is significantly smaller than the rest. A tiny kitten has very little reserve and can simply fade away within just a few hours of being born unless it begins to feed. Learn what to do to maximize the tiny kitten's chances . . .
    June 2014

  • *Tipping A Dilute
    Enhancing the ethereal beauty of the dilute colors of cats can often requires a special grooming technique called `tipping`.
    April 2003

  • Tips To A Safe Halloween For Your Cat
    Halloween can be a dangerous time for the family feline. Learn the top tips for keeping your kitty safe.
    October 2008

  • Title Cats For Authors
    All authors of articles published on ShowCatsOnline.com, are invited to submit a cat photo for inclusion as the Title Cat in their article!
    September 2007

  • Title Cats Of 2013
    Take a look back at the array of wonderful "Title Cats" that have been featured on our homepage in 2013. Each of these cats has shared their story in an issue of ShowCatsOnline.
    December 2013

  • GC, RW TNT Purrfect Katrina Vantassel
    This is the story of a little calico Persian. And it`s the story of her breeder/owners, the mother/daughter team of Diana and Tonya Heinzen of Avondale, AZ. And it`s a story of `firsts`, one low, one high.
    January 2001

  • *To Cage or Not To Cage
    Is caging good or bad? Necessary or shameful?
    May 2007

  • To Ship Or Not To Ship
    A breeder explains the evolution of her no-shipping policy.
    August 2004

  • *Tongue Tipping
    It can be most frustrating to have your beautiful show kitten begin to tip its tongue...
    April 2004

  • Tonkinese Breed Winners
    Enjoy this article listing the Tonkinese Breed Winners in CFA.
    July 2008

  • Tonkinese DMs
    Tonkinese who have earned the breeding title of Distinguished Merit
    June 2006

  • Tonkinese National Winners
    The winningest Tonkinese in CFA History
    February 2005

  • *Too Hot To Handle
    While a warm summer day can make life very enjoyable, as the thermostat climbs, soaring temperatures can pose a real danger for your favorite feline friend. A few simple precautions can keep your kitty cool.
    July 2016

  • *Tools To Make Campaigning Easier
    The show season is in full swing; the competition is heating up. There are several handy online tools that will help make your campaign easier...
    October 2012

  • Top Breeders Are Not Measured By Wins Alone
    Havana Brown breeder, Candice Massey, shares her vision of what makes a "Top Breeder" in the cat fancy . . .
    August 2013

  • *Towel Wrapping To Control The Difficult To Handle Cat
    If you have a cat that objects to having its nails trimmed, being given a medication or being groomed, the simple technique of being wrapped in a towel may be just the solution you need to making handling it easier for both you and your kitty...
    October 2010

  • *Toxoplasmosis
    While few cats ever develop the disease, Toxoplasmosis, being infected with the paratic Toxoplasma gondii is more common
    June 2007

  • Tracking The Cat
    A five year genetic study of over 1000 felines of 22 breeds confirms that the domestication of cats about 10,000 years ago originated in an area known as the Fertile Crescent, which stretches from Turkey to northern Africa and to modern-day Iraq and Iran.
    August 2008

  • Traditional Style Persians Accepted By The World Cat Federation
    Traditional Longhair Silver and Golden, Shaded and Tipped Persians have been accepted by the World Cat Federation as a new international cat breed!
    September 2010

  • *Training Your Cat Not To Scratch On The Furniture
    While you train your cats to use a scratching post, you need to also teach them NOT to use your furniture as a handy substitute. Furniture should be a no-claw-zone in the feline brain. Here's how to do it . . .
    June 2013

  • *Training Your Cat To Use A Scratching Post
    One of the most important skills you can teach your kittens and cats is to use a scratching post for all their clawing exercise. It is not nearly as difficult as you might think.
    June 2013

  • *Training Your Show Cat
    Learn the tricks and tips you can use to help nurture a good show personality in your next kitten.
    May 2005

  • *Training Your Show Kitten
    If your kitten is a born showman, it will often do better in the show ring than a higher quality kitten with a poor attitude. While not every kitten is born with a good show personality, you can train a feline to be a better show cat. Learn how . . .
    June 2015

  • *Transdermal Medications: a letter of concern from Dr. Susan Little
    The newest method for delivering some drugs is in a transdermal cream or gel. Dr. Susan has some words of caution when using this method of medicating.
    February 2001

  • *Transdermal Vaccines
    The first needle-less vaccine is available for use in animals with the launch of Purevax Vet JetTM transdermal Feline Leukemia vaccine.
    July 2005

  • Trap - Neuter - Return
    With populations of feral cats out of control in many cities, municipalities are often faced with taking drastic measures to control the numbers. TNR looks at the preferred option of Trap-Neuter-Return to manage feral cat colonies.
    February 2011

  • Traveling By Air With Your Cat
    Going to the CFA International this week? Check out these tips for flying with your cat.
    November 2005

  • *Traveling Light
    Unless the Incredible Hulk is your travel companion, you may want to learn how to travel light when flying to a cat show.
    August 2004

  • *Tribrissen
    Tribrissen (Trimethoprim Sulfa) is both an antibiotic and antiprotozoal that cat breeders may find useful in combating a variety of infections and coccidia.
    August 2005

  • *Trifluridine Eye Drops
    Trifluridine antiviral eye drops are used in the treatment of eye conditions caused by feline herpesvirus-1 infections. Learn more . . .
    January 2015

  • *Tritrichomonas Foetus
    Tritrichomonas foetus (T. foetus) is a microscopic single-celled parasite that is an "emerging" problem and the cause of long term diarrhea in felines....
    April 2009

  • Tritrichomonas Foetus: Our Cattery's Experience
    An Abyssinian breeder shares her experience with the Tritrichomonas foetus parasite....
    April 2009

  • Trust Your Instincts
    A Somali breeder learns to listen to her instincts..
    April 2006

  • *Tube Feeding Kittens Q & A
    This article answers the most common questions about tube feeding your kittens including which formula to give, how much to feed, how often to feed, how to sterilize your tubing — and more.
    November 2015

  • *Tube Feeding Newborn Kittens
    Tube feeding can save your kitten's life. It is a skill that every cat breeder can learn. This article includes updated step-by step-instructions complete with detailed photographs and a video explaining exactly how to tube feed newborn kittens easily and safely.
    November 2015

  • *Tube Feeding The Older Kitten or Cat
    Once an older kitten or adult cat stops eating, if you are unable to give it nourishment either by tempting it with tasty treats or by force feeding, it becomes necessary to tube feed the feline to avoid liver damage. With a few differences, you can actually tube feed an older kitty using a technique similar to tube feeding a newborn kitten. In extreme cases, a kitty may need to have its feeding tube implanted surgically.
    November 2015

  • *Tuna Water
    To preserve the length of your cat`s chest coat and to prevent staining, we often prefer to have the kitty drink from a water bottle rather than a bowl. Learn a simple trick to get your cat to drink from a water bottle using Tuna!
    October 2001

  • Turkish Angora Breed Winners in CFA
    This well researched listing of Turkish Angora Breed Winners honors the first Breed Winner in CFA, CH, BW Tai Phoo Halis Kan of Zebulon
    July 2007

  • Turkish Angora DMs
    Turkish Angoras who have earned the breeding title of Distinguished Merit
    September 2006

  • Turkish Angora National Winners
    The winningest Turkish Angoras in CFA History
    May 2005

  • Turkish Van Breed Winners in CFA
    This is a record of each year's top Turkish Van in CFA that has earnedthe title of Breed Winner....
    July 2009

  • Turkish Van DMs
    Turkish Vans who have earned the breeding title of Distinguished Merit
    October 2006

  • Twelve Days Left In The Season
    With just 12 days left in the cat show season, one campaigners invited you to join him in song...
    April 2007

  • *Twenty-One Day Rule
    Do you know what the 21 Day Rule is? It is a rule made by cat regstration associations to protect the health of cats at the cat shows.
    December 2003

  • Twisted Legs On Kittens Are Not Always Caused By Contracted Tendons
    Occasionally a kitten is born with one or more legs that appear twisted. Most often, the cause of the abnormality is contracted tendons. Some of these kittens, however, may be suffering from entirely different conditions. Learn how to tell if your newborn kitten with twisted legs has contracted tendons . . . or if it is something else.
    February 2016

  • Two Is Better Than One
    To lighten the load while keeping the cattery clean, learn how to incorporate the `two is better than one` system into your daily routine
    October 2005

  • *Two Minute Check-Up
    The earlier that you notice a health problem with your cat, the greater the chance it will be something that is easily treatable. It only takes a few minutes to give your cat a medical check-up at home. Learn the Two Minute Check-Up to keep your kitty healthier and save money on veterinary bills.
    April 2013

  • *Two Way Street
    Learn tips for forging a great relationship with your veterinarian.
    December 2004

  • *Tylan
    Tylan is used as an antibiotic, an anti-inflammatory and is even an ingredientin an eye wash formula to prevent tear staining in cats ...
    October 2009

  • *Tylan Eye Stain Formula
    A simple eye drop and face cleaning formula using Tylan can prevent and remove tear stains on your cat`s face
    October 2001

 

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