Persian Cat

Persian Cat

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Persian Cat

 

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Persian Cats

Author: Ulrike Meuller; £5.59
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Persian Cat

Author: Thomas Critchley; £8.57
 
The Persian Cat

Author: Havant Kingdom Books; £4.99
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Persian Cats

Author: Edward Esarde; £6.95
 
The Complete Persian

Author: Will Thompson;
 
Step by Step Book About Persian Cats

Author: Earl Schneider;
 
Know Your Persian Cat

Author: Earl Schneider;
 
The Persian Cat

Author: Joanne Mattern; £13.74
 
Guide to Owning a Persian Cat

Author: Juliet Seymour; £21.94

AVON CAT RESCUE
Avon Cat Rescue has been caring for and rehoming unwanted or stray cats and kittens in Warwickshire and the West Midlands since the 1960’s. They always have many super cats waiting for a new home sometimes as many as 90 cats. They are an independent self funded not for profit organisation. If you cannot rescue a cat at this time you can help the cats in their care by joining their supporters group or sponsoring one of their resident ‘pensioner’ cats.
Cats Seeking Homes: Some of the cats seeking homes are featured on their website linked below.
Rehoming Centre: The Barn House Chapel Street Welford on Avon Warwickshire CV37 8PX
Tel: 01789 750235
Email: manorclose@darlingscott.freeserve.co.uk
Website: www.avoncatrescue.org

Persian Cat

Boarding

At holiday time it may be possible to arrange for a friend neighbour or relative to visit your house two or three times a day to tend to your cat. Provided such regular attention is guaranteed this is acceptable since cats prefer to remain in their own home. It is not a good idea to move the cat to someone else’s home from which it may immediately try to escape.

The alternative is to place your cat at a good boarding cattery. In choosing a boarding cattery make sure you visit the establishment first and check that the following criteria are met:

  • Staffing: enough to ensure personalised attention for your cat;
  • Security: adequate precautions against the possibility of escape;
  • Hygiene: evidence of cleanliness and no smell;
  • Accommodation: dry clean and sheltered with heating provided for cooler months;
  • Exercise: facilities which allow for some exercise preferably with climbing capacity and caged outside access.
  • A good boarding establishment will always ensure cats have correct vaccinations.

Health

Signs of Health

A healthy cat should display the following signs of heath:

  • Demeanour: watchful – even at rest; quickly responsive to sounds; quiet and contented;
  • Movement: free movement and agile; no lameness;
  • Appetite: good; no vomiting;
  • Breathing: even and quiet with no coughing;
  • Coat: clean well groomed and glossy; free from parasites and dirt;
  • Ears: pricked to catch sound; no discharge or irritation;
  • Eyes: clear; no discharge or inflammation.

Cats and kittens can become ill quite rapidly. This is usually characterised by lethargy and a failure to eat or drink. If your cat appears unwell for any reason consult your veterinarian immediately.

Persian Cat

Complete Book of Cat Breeding
 

Synopsis

Covers all aspects of cat breeding for both novice and experienced breeders discussing breeding stock the breeding process potential problems normal and assisted births and neonatal kitten care. breeders.

Persian Cat

Persian Cat