11-17-17-Hour 2 – Dr. Hildy®, Veronica Hendricks -CRICKET-The K-Town Kitty – A Tale of Who I AM
Cricket the K-Town Kitty would like all her animal friends and their owners to get the word out about the bone treats, especially with the Holiday Season upon us. The FDA is warning dog owners not to buy (certain) bone treats after 15 dogs reportedly died – AOL Lifestyle
Santa’s Reindeers and Elves are helping Santa to make sure there are none of these types of treats in Christmas Stockings for his list of good Dogs and Cats as well as other animals too. The Furry Sleuths – Randolph and Dune are right on the trail, so as Cricket and the Furry Sleuths find out more details we will keep you posted.
Cricket the K-Town Kitty
11-17-17-Hour 2 – Dr. Hildy®, Veronica Hendricks –
CRICKET-The K-Town Kitty –
A Tale of Who I AM
Friday, November 17, 2017 –
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11-17-17 – Hour 1 – Dr. Hildy® and World Famous Cat Geneticist -Dr. Leslie Lyons
Dr. Hildy wrote: “We just launched the new Cricket the K-Town Kitty ‘A Tale of Who I AM’ book, which is about all different cats from the world over and how your fur coat may match them . It is a children’s young reader’s type of book. Lots of pictures. Something to smile about.”
This week’s episode of One Cell One Light Radio features a topic very near and dear to the hearts of many people (except those who are allergic): cats!
In the second hour of the show, Dr. Hildy welcomes a returning guest, film producer Veronica Hendricks, to discuss Dr. Hildy’s new book, Cricket the K-Town Kitty: A Tale of Who I AM.
Cricket is Dr. Hildy’s own calico cat. Born feral, Cricket was found and taken to Kitt Crusaders in Los Angeles, a cat rescue shelter. When Cricket was 5 months old, she was adopted by Dr. Hildy.
The book explores Cricket’s lineage – as all domestic cats are descendants of big cat breeds – as well as how cats have evolved over time.
Join Dr. Hildy and her guest this week as they discuss Cricket and Dr. Hildy’s newest book on One Cell One Light Radio!
(REMINDER – There are many CRICKET Tabs at the top of this wordpress page – Adventures of Cricket over the years. )
Dr. Hildy just received Cricket (the K-Town Kitty’s) genetic test results. This is the test Dr. Lyons developed. CAT99018-Genetics-Cricket Test-Results
Short-haired cat with banded hair (tabby)
Non-agouti (solid) variant;
M4 – oldest and most common of the long-hair variants;
Siamese (color point) (ears I guess);
and Color dilution variants;
Breed Information: Cricket does not share significant genetic affinity with any specific breed within our data base.
Cricket the K-Town Kitty – by Dr Hildegarde Staninger Riet-1-Alibris