A Perfect Summer Day

“It was one of those perfect summer days – the sun was shining, a breeze was blowing, the birds were singing, and the lawnmower was broken” by James Dent.

PET-FRIENDLY RESORTS Part 2

More Pet Friendly Hotels…THE STANFORD INN BY THE SEA, Mendocino, California: This eco-resort has welcomed iguanas, parrots, Vietnamese potbellied pigs, even tortoises, and provides house made treats. ($45. Per Pet). PLAY: Catch a Canoe and Bicycles, Too lets pets on its rentals. Stanfordinn.comHOTEL MONACO, Alexandria, VA: Even staffers bring pets to Tuesday doggy happy hour, […]

PET-FRIENDLY RESORTS Part 1

By Larry Bleiberg in Better Homes & Gardens/February 2016 issue I found this in Better Homes & Gardens and thought you all could use this at some point…More and more Pet-friendly resorts are coming up with ways to bring your cat or dog with you on vacation by providing kitty room service and canine massages. […]

The Movie: “Concussion” Part 3

My advice to those who run across any presentation that doesn’t provide the slanderers and defamers email address and name and tells the reader to hate someone you don’t know or to hate someone in another state, or to perpetuate hate, slander and defamation against anyone else—hit delete and move on to intelligent, positive reading. […]

The Movie: “Concussion” Part 2

Through 11 years of research, I dug deep into the historical records and found the truth about the changes to the breeds, who was responsible and what cat associations were involved. Details are given about the Siamese place of origin, how the colors came to be and the very first breeders who were involved with […]

The Movie: “Concussion” Part 1

We recently watched the movie “Concussion” starring Will Smith, who plays the part of a highly educated medical doctor in Pittsburgh, PA. It is a true story about the Doctor who discovered that football players were suffering from traumatic brain injuries due to how they were playing the game. Once his report came out in […]

How We Treat Our Customers

We recently received an email from a distraught Fancier searching for a replacement of her recently lost Birman. She wrote to us “I have been looking for a while to find a breeder. It seems impossible. My Birman died, and the breeder I got him from 15 years ago had also passed away. How do […]

The Traditional Turkish Angora

About 2 years ago a Traditional Turkish Angora breeder in Europe came to TCA, INC. and asked us for help in protecting the breed from U.S. breeders. Details were given about the events and arguments that had been going on for some time. The basis for their need for help was because the U.S. Turkish […]