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Cat & Kitten

Breeding Himalayan Cats

Val Cairney March 19, 2021 217


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Learn the secrets of successful Himalayan cat breeding in an exclusive interview with breeder Diane Simpson.
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Hi and welcome to Val Talks Pets! In this episode, I explore the world of Breeding Himalayan Cats. And joining me is Himalayan cat breeder Diane Simpson.  With Diane’s expertise we will learn all that cat breeding entails, from, quite literally, inception to purchasing and bringing a kitty home.

So regardless of breed, if you are thinking of purchasing a pedigree cat, or have recently purchased one, then you have came to the right place!


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Val Cairney

Hi everyone, and welcome to Val Talk’s Pets, the forum for pet parents and enthusiasts alike. So, I have been working in the pet industry now for almost 10 years and, on a daily basis, I handle a lot of issues and questions arising from pet parents. I am not a veterinarian but I do have certifications in Canine, Feline, Small Animal, Fish and Herptile and Avian Health and Nutrition from the University of California, Davis Extension, the Vet College.

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