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Jean-Kloot
April 9th 07, 05:33 PM
BREEDERS & VETERINARY SEMINAR
SATURDAY 12TH MAY 2007 To be held at


BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CHILTERNS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, CHALFONT ST GILES, NR.
AMERSHAM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE .
Organised by the NBA Cat Club
http://www.nbacatclub.co.uk or http://www.nba-catclub.co.uk


This year’s seminar is aiming to provide up to date advice and
information
on recent research undertaken and to be undertaken towards providing
answers
in the eradication of Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)


Dr Susan Little
Dr. Little has been in feline practice for over 10 years with her main
areas
of interest being cattery medicine, feline reproduction and management
of
stray and feral cat populations. She bred and exhibited pedigree cats
for
15 years and currently sits on the Health Committee of the Cat
Fanciers'
Association, and is currently President of the Winn Feline Foundation.


Dr Leslie Lyons
Dr Lyons works for UC Davis University in the USA and has a strong
interest
in genetics of companion animals. She is currently undertaking
genetic
research into FIP in Birmans with the hope of identifying a marker in
that
breed.


Dr Danièlle Gunn-Moore
Danièlle first spent a year in small animal practice, before joining
The
Feline Centre at the University of Bristol as the Feline Advisory
Bureau
Scholar. After that she held the Duphar Feline Fellowship, then
completed a
PhD study into Feline Infectious Peritonitis. She is now the Senior
Lecturer
in Feline Medicine and Head of the Feline Clinic at the School of
Veterinary
Medicine in Edinburgh.


Mrs Vicky Halls
Vicky Halls is a qualified Veterinary Nurse and has worked closely
with cats
since 1988 in rescue centres and veterinary practice. In 1998 she
became a
member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors and now
consults
mainly in London and the Home Counties dealing with the high demand
for her
specialist cat behaviour counselling. Vicky's first book, the
bestselling
Cat Confidential was published in 2003. Cat Detective and Cat
Counsellor
have now been published and will no doubt be equal successes. These
will be
available at the seminar.


Miss Valentina Koulagina and Anatoli Krassavine
Valentina and Toly are very talented photographers based in
Oxfordshire and
have considerable experience in photographing cats. They have had
their
photographs featured in Cat World and have also gained awards in
photographic circles.

sheelagh
April 10th 07, 03:19 PM
On 9 Apr, 17:33, Jean-Kloot > wrote:
> BREEDERS & VETERINARY SEMINAR
> SATURDAY 12TH MAY 2007 To be held at
>
> BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CHILTERNS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, CHALFONT ST GILES, NR.
> AMERSHAM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE .
> Organised by the NBA Cat Clubhttp://www.nbacatclub.co.ukorhttp://www.nba-catclub.co.uk
>
> This year's seminar is aiming to provide up to date advice and
> information
> on recent research undertaken and to be undertaken towards providing
> answers
> in the eradication of Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
>
> Dr Susan Little
> Dr. Little has been in feline practice for over 10 years with her main
> areas
> of interest being cattery medicine, feline reproduction and management
> of
> stray and feral cat populations. She bred and exhibited pedigree cats
> for
> 15 years and currently sits on the Health Committee of the Cat
> Fanciers'
> Association, and is currently President of the Winn Feline Foundation.
>
> Dr Leslie Lyons
> Dr Lyons works for UC Davis University in the USA and has a strong
> interest
> in genetics of companion animals. She is currently undertaking
> genetic
> research into FIP in Birmans with the hope of identifying a marker in
> that
> breed.
>
> Dr Danièlle Gunn-Moore
> Danièlle first spent a year in small animal practice, before joining
> The
> Feline Centre at the University of Bristol as the Feline Advisory
> Bureau
> Scholar. After that she held the Duphar Feline Fellowship, then
> completed a
> PhD study into Feline Infectious Peritonitis. She is now the Senior
> Lecturer
> in Feline Medicine and Head of the Feline Clinic at the School of
> Veterinary
> Medicine in Edinburgh.
>
> Mrs Vicky Halls
> Vicky Halls is a qualified Veterinary Nurse and has worked closely
> with cats
> since 1988 in rescue centres and veterinary practice. In 1998 she
> became a
> member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors and now
> consults
> mainly in London and the Home Counties dealing with the high demand
> for her
> specialist cat behaviour counselling. Vicky's first book, the
> bestselling
> Cat Confidential was published in 2003. Cat Detective and Cat
> Counsellor
> have now been published and will no doubt be equal successes. These
> will be
> available at the seminar.
>
> Miss Valentina Koulagina and Anatoli Krassavine
> Valentina and Toly are very talented photographers based in
> Oxfordshire and
> have considerable experience in photographing cats. They have had
> their
> photographs featured in Cat World and have also gained awards in
> photographic circles.

I think I might attend this In Bookie. Fancy the thought of a
different kind of seminar to the teachers annual bash?

The feral bit sounds interesting as does the genetics, purely because
it is a Birman issue..as does the small animal vet, /the rescue one
and the behavioural one.
Counseling, & on a personal level, the photography sounds great too. I
could do with a few pointers there. I have always wanted to do it on a
semi professional basis.. so it all sounds of interest to me...

Interested?

PS: opened my emails this morning and received it. Thanks for that!
Will forward letter letter Got to change ;
S;o)

sheelagh
April 10th 07, 03:26 PM
On 10 Apr, 15:19, "sheelagh" > wrote:
> On 9 Apr, 17:33, Jean-Kloot > wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > BREEDERS & VETERINARY SEMINAR
> > SATURDAY 12TH MAY 2007 To be held at
>
> > BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CHILTERNS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, CHALFONT ST GILES, NR.
> > AMERSHAM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE .
> > Organised by the NBA Cat Clubhttp://www.nbacatclub.co.ukorhttp://www.nba-catclub.co.uk
>
> > This year's seminar is aiming to provide up to date advice and
> > information
> > on recent research undertaken and to be undertaken towards providing
> > answers
> > in the eradication of Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
>
> > Dr Susan Little
> > Dr. Little has been in feline practice for over 10 years with her main
> > areas
> > of interest being cattery medicine, feline reproduction and management
> > of
> > stray and feral cat populations. She bred and exhibited pedigree cats
> > for
> > 15 years and currently sits on the Health Committee of the Cat
> > Fanciers'
> > Association, and is currently President of the Winn Feline Foundation.
>
> > Dr Leslie Lyons
> > Dr Lyons works for UC Davis University in the USA and has a strong
> > interest
> > in genetics of companion animals. She is currently undertaking
> > genetic
> > research into FIP in Birmans with the hope of identifying a marker in
> > that
> > breed.
>
> > Dr Danièlle Gunn-Moore
> > Danièlle first spent a year in small animal practice, before joining
> > The
> > Feline Centre at the University of Bristol as the Feline Advisory
> > Bureau
> > Scholar. After that she held the Duphar Feline Fellowship, then
> > completed a
> > PhD study into Feline Infectious Peritonitis. She is now the Senior
> > Lecturer
> > in Feline Medicine and Head of the Feline Clinic at the School of
> > Veterinary
> > Medicine in Edinburgh.
>
> > Mrs Vicky Halls
> > Vicky Halls is a qualified Veterinary Nurse and has worked closely
> > with cats
> > since 1988 in rescue centres and veterinary practice. In 1998 she
> > became a
> > member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors and now
> > consults
> > mainly in London and the Home Counties dealing with the high demand
> > for her
> > specialist cat behaviour counselling. Vicky's first book, the
> > bestselling
> > Cat Confidential was published in 2003. Cat Detective and Cat
> > Counsellor
> > have now been published and will no doubt be equal successes. These
> > will be
> > available at the seminar.
>
> > Miss Valentina Koulagina and Anatoli Krassavine
> > Valentina and Toly are very talented photographers based in
> > Oxfordshire and
> > have considerable experience in photographing cats. They have had
> > their
> > photographs featured in Cat World and have also gained awards in
> > photographic circles.
>
> I think I might attend this In Bookie. Fancy the thought of a
> different kind of seminar to the teachers annual bash?
>
> The feral bit sounds interesting as does the genetics, purely because
> it is a Birman issue..as does the small animal vet, /the rescue one
> and the behavioural one.
> Counseling, & on a personal level, the photography sounds great too. I
> could do with a few pointers there. I have always wanted to do it on a
> semi professional basis.. so it all sounds of interest to me...
>
> Interested?
>
> PS: opened my emails this morning and received it. Thanks for that!
> Will forward letter letter Got to change ;
> S;o)- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

JUST CHANGING THE SUBJECT BACK TO ORIGINAL

For any of us Brits, does anyone have any idea of the cost of
attending, or is it free?
( I doubt it, but you can always hope.....)
Sounds interesting though, once I got past the original post subject
matter...
A brilliant opportunity for people like me to learn a bit more than I
already know. In my case there will be plenty to learn
S;o)

bookie
April 10th 07, 06:06 PM
On 10 Apr, 15:26, "sheelagh" > wrote:
> On 10 Apr, 15:19, "sheelagh" > wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On 9 Apr, 17:33, Jean-Kloot > wrote:
>
> > > BREEDERS & VETERINARY SEMINAR
> > > SATURDAY 12TH MAY 2007 To be held at
>
> > > BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CHILTERNS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, CHALFONT ST GILES, NR.
> > > AMERSHAM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE .
> > > Organised by the NBA Cat Clubhttp://www.nbacatclub.co.ukorhttp://www.nba-catclub.co.uk
>
> > > This year's seminar is aiming to provide up to date advice and
> > > information
> > > on recent research undertaken and to be undertaken towards providing
> > > answers
> > > in the eradication of Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
>
> > > Dr Susan Little
> > > Dr. Little has been in feline practice for over 10 years with her main
> > > areas
> > > of interest being cattery medicine, feline reproduction and management
> > > of
> > > stray and feral cat populations. She bred and exhibited pedigree cats
> > > for
> > > 15 years and currently sits on the Health Committee of the Cat
> > > Fanciers'
> > > Association, and is currently President of the Winn Feline Foundation.
>
> > > Dr Leslie Lyons
> > > Dr Lyons works for UC Davis University in the USA and has a strong
> > > interest
> > > in genetics of companion animals. She is currently undertaking
> > > genetic
> > > research into FIP in Birmans with the hope of identifying a marker in
> > > that
> > > breed.
>
> > > Dr Danièlle Gunn-Moore
> > > Danièlle first spent a year in small animal practice, before joining
> > > The
> > > Feline Centre at the University of Bristol as the Feline Advisory
> > > Bureau
> > > Scholar. After that she held the Duphar Feline Fellowship, then
> > > completed a
> > > PhD study into Feline Infectious Peritonitis. She is now the Senior
> > > Lecturer
> > > in Feline Medicine and Head of the Feline Clinic at the School of
> > > Veterinary
> > > Medicine in Edinburgh.
>
> > > Mrs Vicky Halls
> > > Vicky Halls is a qualified Veterinary Nurse and has worked closely
> > > with cats
> > > since 1988 in rescue centres and veterinary practice. In 1998 she
> > > became a
> > > member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors and now
> > > consults
> > > mainly in London and the Home Counties dealing with the high demand
> > > for her
> > > specialist cat behaviour counselling. Vicky's first book, the
> > > bestselling
> > > Cat Confidential was published in 2003. Cat Detective and Cat
> > > Counsellor
> > > have now been published and will no doubt be equal successes. These
> > > will be
> > > available at the seminar.
>
> > > Miss Valentina Koulagina and Anatoli Krassavine
> > > Valentina and Toly are very talented photographers based in
> > > Oxfordshire and
> > > have considerable experience in photographing cats. They have had
> > > their
> > > photographs featured in Cat World and have also gained awards in
> > > photographic circles.
>
> > I think I might attend this In Bookie. Fancy the thought of a
> > different kind of seminar to the teachers annual bash?
>
> > The feral bit sounds interesting as does the genetics, purely because
> > it is a Birman issue..as does the small animal vet, /the rescue one
> > and the behavioural one.
> > Counseling, & on a personal level, the photography sounds great too. I
> > could do with a few pointers there. I have always wanted to do it on a
> > semi professional basis.. so it all sounds of interest to me...
>
> > Interested?
>
> > PS: opened my emails this morning and received it. Thanks for that!
> > Will forward letter letter Got to change ;
> > S;o)- Hide quoted text -
>
> > - Show quoted text -
>
> JUST CHANGING THE SUBJECT BACK TO ORIGINAL
>
> For any of us Brits, does anyone have any idea of the cost of
> attending, or is it free?
> ( I doubt it, but you can always hope.....)
> Sounds interesting though, once I got past the original post subject
> matter...
> A brilliant opportunity for people like me to learn a bit more than I
> already know. In my case there will be plenty to learn
> S;o)- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

yes i did see it and as it is only really up the road from me i did
think abouot going as some of the speakers are very interesting and i
have read some of their books. Thing is I am not a breeder or
anything, and I have just moggie cats, so not sure i will be allowed
to go.
the cost of it is onthe booking form I believe, 30 quid or something.

bookie

sheelagh
April 10th 07, 06:31 PM
On 10 Apr, 18:06, "bookie" > wrote:
> On 10 Apr, 15:26, "sheelagh" > wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On 10 Apr, 15:19, "sheelagh" > wrote:
>
> > > On 9 Apr, 17:33, Jean-Kloot > wrote:
>
> > > > BREEDERS & VETERINARY SEMINAR
> > > > SATURDAY 12TH MAY 2007 To be held at
>
> > > > BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CHILTERNS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, CHALFONT ST GILES, NR.
> > > > AMERSHAM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE .
> > > > Organised by the NBA Cat Clubhttp://www.nbacatclub.co.ukorhttp://www.nba-catclub.co.uk
>
> > > > This year's seminar is aiming to provide up to date advice and
> > > > information
> > > > on recent research undertaken and to be undertaken towards providing
> > > > answers
> > > > in the eradication of Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
>
> > > > Dr Susan Little
> > > > Dr. Little has been in feline practice for over 10 years with her main
> > > > areas
> > > > of interest being cattery medicine, feline reproduction and management
> > > > of
> > > > stray and feral cat populations. She bred and exhibited pedigree cats
> > > > for
> > > > 15 years and currently sits on the Health Committee of the Cat
> > > > Fanciers'
> > > > Association, and is currently President of the Winn Feline Foundation.
>
> > > > Dr Leslie Lyons
> > > > Dr Lyons works for UC Davis University in the USA and has a strong
> > > > interest
> > > > in genetics of companion animals. She is currently undertaking
> > > > genetic
> > > > research into FIP in Birmans with the hope of identifying a marker in
> > > > that
> > > > breed.
>
> > > > Dr Danièlle Gunn-Moore
> > > > Danièlle first spent a year in small animal practice, before joining
> > > > The
> > > > Feline Centre at the University of Bristol as the Feline Advisory
> > > > Bureau
> > > > Scholar. After that she held the Duphar Feline Fellowship, then
> > > > completed a
> > > > PhD study into Feline Infectious Peritonitis. She is now the Senior
> > > > Lecturer
> > > > in Feline Medicine and Head of the Feline Clinic at the School of
> > > > Veterinary
> > > > Medicine in Edinburgh.
>
> > > > Mrs Vicky Halls
> > > > Vicky Halls is a qualified Veterinary Nurse and has worked closely
> > > > with cats
> > > > since 1988 in rescue centres and veterinary practice. In 1998 she
> > > > became a
> > > > member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors and now
> > > > consults
> > > > mainly in London and the Home Counties dealing with the high demand
> > > > for her
> > > > specialist cat behaviour counselling. Vicky's first book, the
> > > > bestselling
> > > > Cat Confidential was published in 2003. Cat Detective and Cat
> > > > Counsellor
> > > > have now been published and will no doubt be equal successes. These
> > > > will be
> > > > available at the seminar.
>
> > > > Miss Valentina Koulagina and Anatoli Krassavine
> > > > Valentina and Toly are very talented photographers based in
> > > > Oxfordshire and
> > > > have considerable experience in photographing cats. They have had
> > > > their
> > > > photographs featured in Cat World and have also gained awards in
> > > > photographic circles.
>
> > > I think I might attend this In Bookie. Fancy the thought of a
> > > different kind of seminar to the teachers annual bash?
>
> > > The feral bit sounds interesting as does the genetics, purely because
> > > it is a Birman issue..as does the small animal vet, /the rescue one
> > > and the behavioural one.
> > > Counseling, & on a personal level, the photography sounds great too. I
> > > could do with a few pointers there. I have always wanted to do it on a
> > > semi professional basis.. so it all sounds of interest to me...
>
> > > Interested?
>
> > > PS: opened my emails this morning and received it. Thanks for that!
> > > Will forward letter letter Got to change ;
> > > S;o)- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > - Show quoted text -
>
> > JUST CHANGING THE SUBJECT BACK TO ORIGINAL
>
> > For any of us Brits, does anyone have any idea of the cost of
> > attending, or is it free?
> > ( I doubt it, but you can always hope.....)
> > Sounds interesting though, once I got past the original post subject
> > matter...
> > A brilliant opportunity for people like me to learn a bit more than I
> > already know. In my case there will be plenty to learn
> > S;o)- Hide quoted text -
>
> > - Show quoted text -
>
> yes i did see it and as it is only really up the road from me i did
> think abouot going as some of the speakers are very interesting and i
> have read some of their books. Thing is I am not a breeder or
> anything, and I have just moggie cats, so not sure i will be allowed
> to go.
> the cost of it is onthe booking form I believe, 30 quid or something.
>
> bookie- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

You don't have to be a Breeder Bookie.
Lets face it, I'm not one!!

As it states, the Word Novice, you should have no problem at all.
Anyhow, you might not be going to hear about the birman breeding,
there are plenty of other speakers there, that are dealing with rescue
(of interest to me too), & don't forget that you help the CPL too.
That is enough to qualify you for a place there, without even thinking
about all of the other speakers there...

Like any novice breeder, or potential breeder, or simple cat lover,
you are doing the responsible thing & looking into the issue before
embarking on any project you might wish to.. whether it be writing,
photography, breeding, cat colony caring, health..there is LOADSA
stuff there.

Go On.. Treat yourself...???

I have decided that my tribe will just have to cope for a few day's,
because I fully intend to go.
I think it will be ever so interesting & right up your/our street
too..
Your like me.. you never put yourself first , so this would a treat
for us both...
I'm sure your house mate won't mind for a couple of day @ max, would
they.. with regard to feeding Terri & Jessie?
@ £30quid, I think it would be well worth the money.
I don't think for one moment that it would be loused out with
breeders, believe me...

Breeders seem to think themselves far too aloof to seminars like this,
honestly, lol;o)
I bet there will be 100's of like minded people there, just like
ourselves, who want to hear what the "Real Professionals" have to
say..
Have a think about it Bookie.
It would be a wasted wonderful opportunity I think....
I thought it was quite near you. I used to live there many years ago,
in a place called Amersham Park Village, in Reading I think it was ( I
was only a child @ the time)..
It's a bit further for me, but I'm willing to drive down there, just
for the experience of it all... I can't wait to try something like
this one out
S;o)