cat fancier


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Noun1.cat fancier - a person who breeds and cares for cats
animal fancier - a person who breeds animals
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If you fancy yourself a cat fancier, then treat yourself to a meeting with Lucy at Greenhill Humane Society.
She's an avid gamer, cat fancier, a craft maker and proud geek.
This originally was published in Japan in 2009: it's a pleasure to see it more widely available, and it makes the perfect gift choice for that cat fancier who has bemoaned the presence of too much cat hair.
If you are a cat fancier I'm sure you will warm to this book all about Tiny Moonpie and Andre--me, I'm going to take the dog for a walk
The Supreme Show, held at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, is the cat world's answer to Crufts and anybody who really considers themselves a cat fancier has to be here.
MECHE[R]'s collection features 192 dog breeds, including those from the American Kennel Club (AKC) and 11 cat breeds from the Cat Fancier Association (CFA).
The cap question also brought concerns from a ranching lobbyist, a retired professor of veterinary medicine and even a cat fancier who said she fears state lawmakers could move on to consider similar limits on other domestic animals.
The show is sponsored by two cat fancier clubs, Cats Plain and Fancy and Half Moon Cat Club, as well as the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
LANCASTER - Leah Harvey has been a technical illustrator, a civilian public information officer for the military, a talk show host, a pilot, a mother, a cat fancier, and a political and community activist.
Hairballs, also known as trichobezoars, are a fact of life for most cat fanciers.
44 Number of cat breeds officially recognised by Cat Fanciers Association
Over time, other dedicated cat fanciers joined the effort to perfect the breed, standardizing the breeding process and solidifying the wild markings juxtaposed by the steady temperament of the domestic cat.