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    Seventeen Steps

      to becoming a   

   Successful Sphynx

           Breeder

Step-by-step instructions on how to establish and maintain a successful breeding program for Sphynx cats. This manual includes fundamental information about buying your first pair of Sphynx cats for breeding, health care, feeding, marketing, customer service…plus much more information to help you run your own business.

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Toxic plants and chemicals

Some house plants that might cause an allergic or even a fatal reaction in cats, are; Aloe, Azalea, Begonia, Buttercup, Chives, Easter Lily, Gardenia, Garlic, Mistletoe, Narcissus. Rhubarb, and Wandering Jew, to name a few. A complete list can be found at;

https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/cats-plant-list

 

Human food and drink

 

Alcohol, Caffeine (coffee, soda, tea), Chives, Chocolate, Garlic, Grapes, Onions, Raisins, Xylitol (found in sugarless gums, candies, toothpastes), and Yeast dough are not good for cats.

 

Other chemicals

 

Bleach, Carpet Fresheners, Carpet Shampoo, Essential Oils, Fabric Softener Sheets. Febreze, Grout, Swiffer Wet Jet, Toilet Cleaning Tablets, and Vinegar and Water, among others are bad for your cat.