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- *Safe Drugs For Pregnant Cats
Do you know which medications are safe to give to your pregnant cat? And which drugs may pose a potential harm to her kittens?
- *Safe-Guarding Your Kittens Once They Leave Your Home
Breeders all want their kittens to go to wonderful new homes. Do you know the four things you can do that will help protect your kittens welfare once it leaves your care?
- *Safety In The Hotel Room
Even a five star hotel room can pose a danger to your cat. Learn how to cat-proof your hotel room to make your stay enjoyable and safe for your feline roommate.
- Saying Good-Bye
The hardest decision you may ever make may also be the final gift you can give to your cat.
- *Scales For Weighing Kittens
When you purchase a scale, there are certain features you need to consider in making a wise purchase.
- Scam - Beware!
Kitten sellers need to be aware of an email scam that has been around a long time, but still catches the occasional breeder with a knock to their wallet.
The ScatMat is a touch sensitive training pad which quickly conditions cats to avoid areas by emitting a mild harmless static pulse when the cat steps on it.
- Scoliosis and Vertebral Fusion In A Cat
This is the story of an Oriental Shorthair named Shrimpbait who was born with a condition called scoliosis. A twisting and fusing of the bones in her spine left her permanently leaning to the right . . .
- *Scoop on Poop
Your cat`s bowel movements can tell you a lot about how he is feeling. Enjoy a handy chart that helps you get the scoop on what the poop is telling you.
- Scottish Fold Color Class Changes
Changes to the Scottish Fold color classes in CFA 2004.
- Scottish Fold DMs
Scottish Folds who have earned the breeding title of Distinguished Merit
- Scottish Fold Grands of Distinction in CFA
In 2011, CFA instituted a brand new title — the Grand of Distinction.The first Scottish Fold to earn this title was GPD, NW Coupari Ears To The Irish of Snotoz, a Brown Tabby & White Shorthair Neuter, bred by Melody Mathis & Donna Roberts, and owned and shown by Melissa Darling. This article tracks the Scottish Folds that have earned the title of Grand of Distinction in CFA,, separated by year, and listed alphabetically.
- Scottish Fold National Winners
The winningest Scottish Folds in CFA History
- Scottish Fold, Shorthair Division Breed Winners in CFA
This well researched listing of Scottish Fold, Shorthair Division breed winners honors the first Breed Winner in CFA, GC, BW, NW Jensen Minnie Pearl of Kang-Ri.
- *Scratching Posts & Cat Trees
With a huge selection available in the marketplace, how do your choose the best one for your kitties?
- *Scruffing A Cat
Scruffing a cat is a useful technique for immobilizing a kitty to keep it calm and cooperative for grooming or medicating. With a little practice, anyone can become expert at scruffing a kitty quickly and easily . . .
Scurf is the common word used to describe a scaly or shredded dry skin condition. Dandruff is an example of a mild scurf.
- *Scurf From Being Bred
A scurf (dry, flakyskin condition) that is unique to cats is the result of the irritation to the skin when it is gripped by the teeth of a male cat as he grabs and holds the female's skin on the back of her neck when mounting and attempting to breed. Learn more...
- Second Time Around
An exhibitor shares her story of granding her cat... twice!
- *Seeing In Color: A Cat`s Perspective
One of the most common questions veterinarians are asked it whether cats see in color...
- *Selection & Care of Scissors
A good pair of hair scissors will help you groom your cat to perfection. Learn how to select the best pair for your needs and how to care for them properly.
- *Self-Righting Reflex
The cat`s ability to always land on its feet when falling from a height is legendary. Learn how it accomplishes this feat...
- Selkirk Rex DMs
Selkirk Rex who have earned the breeding title of Distinguished Merit
- Selkirk Rex Grands of Distinction in CFA
In 2011, CFA instituted a brand new title - the Grand of Distinction. The first Persian to earn the award in CFA was a Brown McTabby spay named GPD, RW Belcats Dream A Little Dream. This article tracks the Selkirk Rex that have earned this prestigious title to-date.
- *Selkirk Rex Grooming For Show
Learn the grooming techniques that are best for the unique coat of the Selkirk Rex....
- Selkirk Rex Longhair Breed Winners In CFA
Enjoy a list of the Longhair Selkirk Rex that have earned the title of Breed Winner in CFA....
- Selkirk Rex National Winners In CFA
The winningest Selkirk Rex in CFA.
- Senior Cat Program
An animal shelter institutes a special policy to help their older felines manage better while waiting to be adopted...
- Senior Cat Program In Animal Shelters
An animal shelter institutes a special policy to help their older felines manage better while waiting to be adopted . . .
- *Separate Litter Boxes For Mom And Her Kittens
Do you know that if you provide separate litter boxes for your mom-cat and her kittens, it is one way you may have healthier kittens? Do you know how to stop kittens from using their mother's litter box? And visa-versa? Learn the answers to these questions and more...
Septicemia is an infection that is seen in kittens under two weeks of age. It is a generalized bacterial infection of a kitten's system that can quickly lead to death.
- *Septicemia In A Newborn Kitten
Follow one breeder's experience in trying to save a litter of kittens with with a suspected case of septicemia...
- *Setting Up A Cageless Cattery
What is a cageless cattery? How do you go about making your cattery `cageless`. Why do most breeders prefer to have a cageless cattery?
- Setting Up Cage Curtains
Pamela Martin of CastlePaws Designs answers the question, `How do I set up my new show cage curtains?`?
- *Setting Up Your Cage at the Cat Show
Basic Instructions on how to wrestle your curtains onto the cat show cage.
- *Settling The Kitten Into Its New Home
Next to actually being born, the most stressful day in a kitten's life is the day it leaves the home of its birth to start its life with a new family. That's why it is so important for the kitten's breeder to provide detailed instructions to the prospective buyer telling them the best way to settle their new kitten into their home and family.
- *Seven Day Food Changing Plan
To avoid a tummy upset when changing the food you are feeding your cat, it is almost always better to introduce the new food gradually. Here is a simple 7-day plan to effectively switch your cat to a new brand or type of cat food.
- *Sex Chromosomes
By definition, a cat breeder is interested in kitty sex. It is a major part of the job. On a genetic level, the cat breeder needs to learn about the sex chromosomes -- those unique chromosomes that determine whether a kitten will be male or female, a boy or a girl.
- *Sexing A Kitten: Part 1
Determining the sex of a newborn kitten is not always as simple as it sounds. See photos of young male and female kittens and learn what to look for.
- *Sexing A Kitten: Part 2
Due to popular demand, this article is a follow-up to Sexing Your Kitten, Part 1.
- *Sharing Pedigrees: Good Or Bad?
Some breeders believe in sharing their cats' pedigrees. Some breeders do not. Learn the reasons why people are either for and against the making public their cat's pedigrees...
- *Shaving Your Cat`s Nose
Exhibitors of well-presented Silvers and Goldens and tabbies take care that the mascara on their cat`s nose leather is not obscured by hair along the edge of the nose leather. This can especially be a problem on longhaired breeds such as Persians and Maine Coons. The best way of emphasizing good nose mascara is by shaving the hairline around it.
- *She Is A He!
An Abyssinian breeder discovers her kitten has an identity crisis ...
Your cat has cycles of hair growth and cycles of increased hair loss. The phases are affected by several different factors, some that you can control . . . and some that you can't.
- Shelter Success Story
A city pulls together and an innovative idea saves kittens lives.
- *Shipping Your Cat By Air
Learn how to prepare the carrier, choose the best airline, and ensure that your kitty arrives safely.
- Shorthair American Curl Breed Winners in CFA
This is a record of each year's top American Curl (shorthaired) in CFA that has earnedthe title of Breed Winner....
- Shorthair Burmilla Advances To
Full Championship Status In CFA
Beginning May 2014, the shorthair Burmilla will be able to earn titles in CFA . . .
- Shorthair Manx Breed Winners In CFA
These are the top Manx that have earned the title of Breed Winner for each show season in CFA ...
- Shorthair Selkirk Rex Breed Winners In CFA
Enjoy a list of each show seasons winningest Selkirik Rex in CFA ...
- Should Judges Campaign Cats?
Increasingly, the average exhibitor in CFA is questioning the fairness of competing against cats owned and campaigned by judges
- *Should You Feed Your Cat A Raw Food Diet?
A nutritious, balanced diet is essential to keeping your cat healthy. The challenge is choosing which food to feed your feline. One of the choices might be an all raw food diet...
- *Should You Help Your Cat Give Birth?
Do you believe in helping your pregnant queen deliver her kittens? Or do you mostly leave her alone to have her babies? Learn the pros and cons of each style. . .
- *Show Bath by Fabuls
Vikki Valentine describes the bathing routine she follows to present her stunning FABULS bi-color Persians. This article includes step by step photos of the grooming routine and can be used as a template for the show bath of most long haired breeds.
- Show Count Announcements
Why should cat clubs be required to announce their show counts?
- *Show Etiquette - Etiquette and Sportsmanship
Etiquette and Sportsmanship are each basically defined by a set of (often unspoken) rules. This article discusses how to be a true winner no matter whether you cat wins a rosette or not.
- *Show Etiquette At Ringside
When we go to ringside, we not only want to behave politely, we must consider our behavior in light of the rules of good sportsmanship.
- *Show Etiquette In Your Benching Area
Ten things we can do to make the show hall a happier place to spend the weekend.
- *Show Grooming A Black Cat
This article discuss everything you need to know about a black cat's coat. Learn the best "tricks" to presenting your black cat to purrfection . . .
- *Show Hall Dos And Don'ts
The start of a new show season is a bit like New Year's Day. Regardless of what happened last season, or how you may have behaved, the slate has been wiped clean and you have the opportunity to write a different story... maybe a better story...
- Show Is Born
A photo-essay of setting up for the cat show... from an empty arena to the finished show hall.
- *Show Kit
What do you need to include in your show kit? Indeed, what do you need to pack to go to your show?
- *Show Kitten Contract
Special conditions may be part of the Show Kitten Contract so that both Buyer and Seller understand each other`s expectations.
- *Show Momentum
The cat show season is almost one-third done. For most exhibitors, this marks the time when campaigns heat up and things become more serious. Now is the time you want your cat to be gaining momentum in the show ring. . . but how? This article answers that question . . .
- *Show Report
Learn how the experienced exhibitor gives a show report with easily understood details.
- Show Ring Number Cards
This article includes downloadable templates for printing sets of show number cards for both CFA and TICA
- *Show? Breeder? Pet?
Have you ever wondered exactly what `show quality` means? What`s the difference between a `show` kitten and a `top show` kitten? How is a show kitten different from a breeder/show kitten?
- *Show-Proofing Your Kitten
Learn the training tips that will help your kitten shine at the shows.
- ShowCatsOnline Is Now On Facebook!
ShowCatsOnline.com is pleased to announce that we have now joined the Facebook community, with a brand new fan page!
- ShowCatsOnline Web Design
Lee Harper invites you to visit her website, ShowCatsOnline Web Design, if you are looking for a designer to create or update your cattery website.
- *Showing A Female In Season
If your female cat is entered in a show, when she comes into season, you can still show her if you take a few precautions.
- Showing A Household Pet
Learn about showing a household pet!
- *Showing A Male Cat That Sprays
Having your male show cat begin to spray in the judging ring can feel like the end of his show career - but there are things you can do to make it easier on everyone and still keep showing...
- *Showing For Less
Here are a few tips for reducing show campaign expenses.
- *Showing More Than One Cat In The Same Class
Depending on circumstances, the exhibitor may choose to show two (or more) cats in the same class at the same time. Learn the reasons why and how best to handle the challenge of showing more than one cat in the same class!
Do you know when you can talk to a judge in the show ring? And when you shouldn't? If a person is a non-officiating judge that is visiting or exhibiting at a show, have you ever shown them your new kitten and asked for their opinion? Is that allowed?
- *Shy Show Kitty
What can you do when your beautiful show cat is afraid or intimidated in the judging cage?
- Siamese Breed Winners In CFA
Enjoy perusing the list of Siamese that have earned the top title in their breed in CFA...
- Siamese DMs
Siamese who have earned the breeding title of Distinguished Merit
- Siamese Grands of Distinction in CFA
The first Siamese to earn this title was GPD, NW Minghou Native Dancer of Tayohme, a Seal Point neuter, bred by Pat & George Muise and owned by Sandra B Hogan.
- Siamese National Winners
The winningest Siamese in CFA History
- Siberian Breed History
The Siberian celebrates its first grands.
- Siberian Breed Winners in CFA
These are the top winning Siberians in CFA...
- Siberian Cats Pedigree Database
CatPedigrees.com welcomes a new database - from Pendraig Siberian Cats!
- Siberian DMs
Siberians who have earned the breeding title of Distinguished Merit
- Siberian Grands of Distinction in CFA
In 2011, CFA instituted a brand new title — the Grand of Distinction. This article tracks the Siberians that have earned the title of Grand of Distinction in CFA,, separated by year, and listed alphabetically.
- Siberian National Winners In CFA
The winningest Siberians in CFA.
- *Signs of Distress In A Newborn Kitten
The key to detecting signs of distress in a newborn is OBSERVATION. This article discusses what to look for in your newborns — and what to do if you see a problem.
- Signs Your Cat Is Plotting World Domination
Your cat sits on your newspaper in the morning and carefully reads the coded message that Garfield sends out every day...
- *Silent Heat
Occasionally a female cat will be in heat, but show none of the telltale behaviors. When a queen displays no sign of being in season, she is said to be in a 'silent heat'. Learn how even a queen in silent heat can be successfully bred.
- Singapura Breed Winners In CFA
These are the top winning Singapuras in CFA!
- Singapura DMs
Singapuras who have earned the breeding title of Distinguished Merit
- Singapura National Winners In CFA
The winningest Singapura in CFA History
- *Six Steps To Eliminating Ringworm
In Your Cattery
Every cattery owner shudders at the thought of a possible ringworm infection in their cats, but should it happen to you, it can be beaten. Learn the six steps to eliminating ringworm from your cattery . . .
- Sixteen Most Important Phone Numbers Every Cat Owner Should Know
They are important. They are useful. And they are Free! Keep these telephone numbers handy and one of them may make a difference in your cat`s life.
- *Skeletal System
Understanding the bones of the cat is a useful tool in understanding structure and development of your cat.
- *Sleep Habits Of Cats
Cats are clearly the Olympic champions of sleeping. Understanding what is normal regarding how much your favorite kitty snoozes allows you to asses what is unusual and may indicate a developing health problem.
- *Slippery Elm
Slippery Elm is a safe, non-toxic herbal remedy that is especially useful for helping cats with digestive upsets or diarrhea ...
- *Smart Newbie
One of the most exciting times in the future cat breeder's life is when they first start looking for their foundation stock to start their cat breeding and showing career. How can you be a smart Newbie and find the right kitten and the right Breeder from who to make that first purchase?
- Smoking And Your Cat
If you smoke, you may be endangering the health of your cat.
A microwavable plastic disc can provide a gentle comforting heat for your cat.
- Soldier & The Cat
While serving with the U.S. Army in Afghanistan, a decorated veteran soldier befriends a young cat being abused by tormentors. He takes the kitten under his wing, and when he is scheduled to leave Afghanistan, he refuses to leave his cat behind . . .
- Solution To Inappropriate Urination: Nugget`s Story
An observant and cretive owner designs a unique solution to help a one-eyed Golden Persian regain her proper litter box habits.
- Solveig Pflueger
On July 14, 2014, the cat fancy lost Dr. Solveig Pflueger. From the initial founding of TICA until her passing 35 years later, Solveig shaped and expanded the face of TICA through her talents, wisdom and genetic expertise.
- Solving The Cat's Purr Mystery Using Acceleroleters
The purr has lasted through hundreds of generations of cats, so there must be a survival mechanism behind its continued existence.
- Somali Breed Winners in CFA
This article includes a list of the Somali cats entitled to use the prestigious BW title, indicating each has earned the title of Best of Breed in Championship for the year in which it was shown
- Somali DMs
Somalis who have earned the breeding title of Distinguished Merit
- Somali Grands of Distinction in CFA
In 2011, CFA instituted a brand new title — the Grand of Distinction.
The first (and only) Somali to earn this title was GPD, RW Front Range Logan's Run of Jcatlyn, a Fawn Somali Neuter, bred by Kelli Griffin & Gary Shubert, and owned and shown by Lyn Ellis & Jody Chambers.
- Somali National Winners
The winningest Somalis in CFA History
- Somali Show Grooming
Tammy Roark, of Tamarakatz Somalis, shares her show grooming routine.
- Sound of Healing
A cat's purr may be able to heal bone fractures, increase bone density and control pain
- Spanish Articles Now Available on ShowCatsOnline.com
We share with our readers a written show standard describing the ideal for felines of mixed parentage ...
- Special Birthday Gift
It has always been a tradition at ShowCatsOnline.com to celebrate our birthday by giving each member a free submission to Our Gallery. THIS year, is a very special celebration, and so in the spirit of this milestone we want to offer our members even more.
- Special Needs Kittens
Not every kitten is perfect. A `special needs` kitten may have a health problem, a behavior concern or even a disfigurement from an accident. Finding the right owner to love and care for such a kitten is a great responsibility
- Special One
Adia says goodbye to her last kitten - the special one...
- Spectators At The Cat Show
Part of being a good ambassador for the cat fancy and cat breeders in particular is learning how best to deal with spectators in a way that makes everyone happy.
- Sphynx Breed Winners In CFA
Here are each year's top-winning Sphynx that has earned the right to add Breed Winner to its name...
- Sphynx Color Class Changes for CFA 2007
Color Class changes in CFA for the Sphynx become effective May 1, 2007
- Sphynx DMs In CFA
Sphynx who have earned the breeding title of Distinguished Merit in CFA.
- Sphynx Grands of Distinction in CFA
In 2011, CFA instituted a brand new title — the Grand of Distinction. The first Sphynx to earn this title was GC, GPD, RW Beeblebrox Blairyummy Witcherryatop, a Calico spay, bred by Desiree Bobby and owned by Angela Gentry. This article lists the Sphynx winners of the CFA title of Grand of Distinction to-date; separated by year, and listed alphabetically.
- Sphynx Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Study
Researchers at Western State University Veterinary Cardiac Genetics Laboratory are requesting blood samples from Sphynx diagnosed with HCM
- Sphynx National Winners In CFA
The winningest Sphynx in the history of CFA.
- Sponsoring a Humane Society Cat
A new feature at some cat shows is sponsoring the showing of a Humane Society cat in the HouseHold Pet Class.
Sporonox is an important medication to consider in the fight against ringworm (fungus) in the cat.
Sportsmanship. What is it? Do you have it? Is it common in the show halls of the cat fancy?
- *Spotting Gene
Some of the most strikingly marked cats are the bicolors, calicos and all those other colors of cats "with white" patches on their coat. These beautiful colors are the result of the spotting gene. Learn about its action, inheritance and effect on other genes...
Understanding the reasons most cats spray is the first step to controlling the unwanted behavior.
- *Spraying In The Judging Cage
When a cat begins to spray in the judging cage, it can be a trial for all involved: the exhibitor, the ring clerk, the judge and the cats in the next cage. Learn a few tricks on how best to deal with this awkward situation.
- *Stages of Kitten Growth & Development
This article includes an easy-to-understand chart showing the different stages of development of a kitten from birth to weaning at 4 months.
- Standards From A Judge`s Viewpoint
TICA judge, Beth Hicks, gives pointers on how to best to write breed standards from a judge`s point of view.
- GC, RW Starbeam Sprit Of Radio
This is the story of new British Shorthair breeders and their first homebred kitten, GC, RW Starbeam Spirit Of Radio...
- *Start Your Campaign Now
Getting out on the campaign show trail early in the show season has distinct advantages - especially for the first time campaigner. Learn why and how you maximize your chances of a successful campaign by showing your cat in May, June and July.
- *Steam Treatment To Unblock A Stuffy Nose
When your cat has a stuffy nose, not only does it have difficulty breathing, it often stops eating because it cannot smell its food. Learn how to give the kitty a simple steam treatment to unblock that stuffed up nose!
Steroids are valuable medications in feline medicine - but they must be used wisely to avoid serious side effects...
- *Stimulating Appetite
Is your cat a picky eater? Does your show cat need more weight? Here are a few tips to help pack pounds on your kitty or help the kitty that is eating poorly.
Follow the story of a seven day old kitten who tears the delicate skin on its shoulder and must have it stitched closed ... twice in a single day!
- *Stolen Cat Photos
It can be quite a shock to suddenly see a photo of one of your own cats on someone else`s website... and with them saying it is a different cat altogether!
- Stolen Cats Recovered
CFA Judge, Carolyn Osier, recovers most of the cats stolen from her home while she was away on a judging assignment.
Feline stomatitis is a severe, painful inflammation of a cat’s mouth and gums that can affect cats of any age or breed. Learn how to recognize and treat this serious dental issue.
- *Stool Consistency Chart For Cats
Keep this illustrated chart handy to check whether your kitty's poop is the right consistency (or not).
- *Stop The Bleeding
If you cut a cat's nail too short, or a cat bites another on the ear, it is easy to stop minor bleeding as long as you are prepared in advance and have the proper emergency supplies available. Learn how to stop the bleeding . . .
- *Stop Your Cat From Ruining Your Furniture
What do your do if your cat is destroying your furniture? Do you punish the cat? Ban the kitty from the living room? Or do you just live with furniture that looks like it was attacked by a furious weed-eater? This article will provide you with some answers.
- Story of Love - and Fear
A breeder shares her experience with two cats... with cancer.
- Stress & Your Cat`s Health
Like with people, stress can adversely affect your cat`s health
- *Stuck Kitten
When a pregnant queen goes into labor, if a kitten becomes lodged in her birth canal, it may be necessary for the cat breeder to step in. This article describes the techniques you can use to help a "stuck" kitten be born safely.
- Stud Buddies
Contrary to popular opinion, stud cats do not necessarily need to be kept separated. Learn how an Australian breeder of British Shorthairs was able to get her boys to share housing.
- *Stud Cat Odor
Ever cat breeder faces the challenge of minimizing the odor of cats in their home. No odor is quite as pungent and distinctive as that of the unneutered male feline ... so here are some tips that can help control the smell of a stud cat's urine...
- *Stud Cat With Breeding Position Problems
This article provides tips about how you can help the inexperienced male cat that is struggling with "assuming the position" when breeding, or attempting to breed, a female.
- *Stud Pants For Cats
Feline stud pants are a great solution for the male cat who sprays, a cat that urinates 'outside the box', or even as a form of kitty contraception.
- *Stud Service Contract
While most catteries are `closed`, there may be circumstances under which you decide to provide a stud service to another person`s female cat.
- *Stud Service Questions
Questions you need to ask before offering stud service
- *Stud Tail
Stud tail is a build-up of sebum secretion at the base of your cat’s tail. Initially it is a grooming issue, however, if not treated it can develop into a serious medical problem.
- Stud Tail Remedy
An exhibitor shares her experience with using a grooming pre-cleaning creme to help cure her cat`s stud tail.
- *The Stud Cat & The Neuter Compare "Equipment"
There is a distinctive difference between the working "equipment" of a stud cat and a neuter that goes beyond whether or not a boy has pom-poms -- and this "other difference" can be used to determine when a recently neuter stud cat can be allowed to safely run loose with the girls without the risk of a surprise litter of kittens.
- Study Reveals Cats Manipulate Women
A new study reveals that cats attach to humans, and particularly women, as social partners, and it's not just for the sake of obtaining food...
- Stuffing - Let`s Stop It!
The time has come when the leadership of CFA must accept the challenge to end stuffing or risk having the determination of their national winners deteriorate into a contest of who stuff shows the best...
- Stuffing - What Is it?
Stuffing is a tactic used by national campaigners to artificially enhance the count of cat shows - in effect `buying` extra points for their cats.
- *Sub-Clinical Infections
Understanding the impact of sub-clinical infections on the general health of both the individual and the cattery population is an essential part of monitoring the health of the felines in your breeding program.
- *Sub-Q Abscess
Complications associated with the subcutaneous administration of fluids are very uncommon, occasionally an abscess can develop at the site of the injection...
- *Sub-Q Abscess Medical Case History
Two kittens that had been given sub-Q fluids when they were ill and dehydrated, developed abscesses just under the skin at the site of the injection...
- *Submitting Your Cattery Website To Search Engines
Tips for submitting your cattery website to search engines.
- GC, GP, AG, QGCA Sunbriar Gilded Lily
(CFA) GC, GP, AM (TICA) QGRA Sunbriar Gilded Lily, a green-eyed white Turkish Angora spay, is the first cat of any breed to earn the title of Agility Grand Master title in CFA, but being a trail blazer is not enough for this athletic young lady. Lily also holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest recorded time by any cat running an agility course.
This is Lily's story . . .
Just like people, your cat can get sunburned. And just like people, too much sun can lead to skin cancer. You need to protect your cat from excessive sun exposure for both its health and comfort...
- *Sunset Eyes
Sunset eyes is the name for a condition where the eyes point downwards and outwards in a kitten - and can be a symptom of a life-threatening condition...
- Sunset Eyes Case History
Follow in photos the developmental progress of kitten with "sunset eyes"...
- *Support Therapy For Your Cat
Learn how to support your sick cat during the critical period between becoming ill and responding to treatment.
- *Surrogate Mother Cat
While a breeder can take on the task of hand-rearing some of the kittens, a surrogate mother, if available, is a better solution.
- *Swimmer Syndrome In Cats
Swimmer Syndrome is the name given to a condition in young kittens characterized by the animal's failure to stand or crawl normally. Instead, while remaining in a lying position on its tummy, the kitten moves by paddling its feet out sideways in a swimming motion. Learn how this condition can be corrected if treated early.
- *Swimmer Syndrome Medical Case Histories In Two Kittens
See the progress kittens with Swimmer Syndrome can make if promptly given the proper therapy.
- *Swinging A Newborn Kitten To Clear Its Airway
You can use centrifugal force to remove fluids from the mouth nose, throat or even the lungs of a newborn kitten. Learn this simple technique that may save the life of a kitten...
- Swollen Paw In A Persian Kitten
This is the medical history of a 5 week old Persian kitten with an abscess of the front paw.
- *Swollen Paw Medical Case History
In an unusual medical case, a rescue kitten has a badly swollen paw, but it is neither injured, broken nor abscessed...
An owner tells of her experience campaigning a minority color kitty with attitude.
- *Syringes You Should Own
A selection of syringe in various sizes and types can help make the care and feeding of your kittens much easier.
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