Hold on for a while. Big board meeting over this.
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4/26/07 at 11:13am
Well, first I go to the forums main page, then click on behavior, then click on Search This Thread, then type in Himalayan, then see what comes up.
Since there really isn't anything substantial regarding Himalayans specifically, I then assume that they are no different from other cats when it comes to behavioral issues, so I click on this thread for info:
Edit: Huh. It looks like I went in a totally different direction, LOL!
Nobody answered the original question which was how to cure a specific behavior problem with a Himalayan cat specifically. (Alley wanted to know how to cure Persi's bad behavior.) All of you have only supplied information of a general sense. Here is the exact information I was looking for and stated in the original question:
There appears to be a problem however. Every now and then this link appears at the top of the page, but sometimes it is blocked by one of those "you are the hourly winner" things. So sometimes there is a direct link to this book but right now for instance I do not see it, but did when the question was asked.
So the board of director have talked things over and here is what has been decided:
You four people and only you four people have another question you can answer for the 300 points. First one in wins. Here it is:
What breed of cat is Persi according to the CFA
|The breed was accepted by CFA in 1957 as a breed standard, and in the 1980's it was merged with the Persian breed, listing them as a color variation of a Persian instead of a totally different breed.|
Before I award the points to you, show me how you can just click on my homepage without first clicking on my username. That would be 3 clicks. Alleygirl has used only two clicks. There have been cases in the past where different people have different browsers so I am not doubting your word, just tell me how you can directly click on my home page without clicking on something else first.
Persi is Persian.
I clicked on Cat Breeds at the top right of this page.
Then scrolled down and clicked on Himalayan Cats.
In the section titled "History of Himalayan Cats" has the following information.
p.s. I've never seen the link you mentioned. Is it because I have the ads turned off?