A number of years back, I was emailed a handout to help explain to people about the challenges involved with breeding RagaMuffins or any other cats. This was meant to eliminate surprises new breeders may encounter. The goal is to help one decide whether or not breeding is an adventure to pursue. I have
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Author- Catherine Foldesi RagaMuffin lover We have only had Windsor (iCandy RagaMuffin's Solo and Kahlua) for less than three weeks but in this short time he has captured our hearts more and more each day, and seems to have a power over all of
I was recently scanning a RagaMuffin cat page on Facebook. A poster posed a question concerning how to evaluate a breeder. I think that is a valid question. After all, so much is done on line these days. RagaMuffin kittens may be placed on the other side of the country or even on another
It’s an exciting time when a new RagaMuffin kitten joins the household. A bit of planning will help things go smoothly and reduce the stress for the new kitten as well as any existing pets. The first thing to consider is a place where the new kitten will go for a couple of weeks
RagaMuffin Brulee was due to have her kittens on Monday. This was her third litter. The last litter produced six kittens with no issues. She went through the day hanging out around me. A couple of times she climbed into a birthing box on her own. Around 7 pm she had her first kitten and
RagaMuffin Crispy is afraid of storms Most of the time when one thinks about a pet being scared during a thunderstorm, it is about dogs. But, cats, too, can be afraid of storms. Between the noise of thunder, the flash of lightning and the change of barometric pressure, it is no wonder
author Patti Grow, cat lover It was deep into the weeks of winter in 2020, and I knew in my heart that my days with my beloved 18 year old Simon Cat were drawing to a close. He was suffering from kidney failure, and I felt that he would let me know when
Lots of changes in my life in the last few years. Just over four years ago, I retired from competing with my Labradors. Instead, I chose to pursue becoming an American Kennel Club judge of Labrador Retrievers. Since then, I also wrapped up my Labrador breeding program. I donated or sold most of my
GC RW Kaerik Ganache of iCandy I have a large specially fenced yard for the cats. It has shrubs, hosta , cat houses and and a cat door into my house. The cats love it in good weather and some like it even when the weather is less than ideal. The RagaMuffin breeding
author Stephanie Valligny iCandy RagaMuffin lover The Great Kitten Search started this past spring. I had decided to go through a breeder after having some mixed results at the shelters. Over the years, we’ve had a variety of cats ranging from an old battle axe