11-17-17-Hour 2 – Dr. Hildy®, Veronica Hendricks -CRICKET-The K-Town Kitty – A Tale of Who I AM

 

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11-17-17-Hour 2 – Dr. Hildy®, Veronica Hendricks – 

CRICKET-The K-Town Kitty –
A Tale of Who I AM

OneCellOneLight®Radio
Friday, November 17, 2017 –

CLICK Here to Listen to the full show in the archives:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/onecellonelightradio/2017/11/17/hr-1-dr-hildy-and-cat-geneticist-dr-leslie-lyons-hr-2-cricket-the-k-town-kitty

HOUR 2 AUDIO:

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HOUR 1 website: 
11-17-17 – Hour 1 – Dr. Hildy® and World Famous Cat Geneticist -Dr. Leslie Lyons
https://onecellonelightradio.wordpress.com/2017/11/17/hr-1-drleslielyons-cat-geneticist/

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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.”

DR. HILDY’S FAVORITE BOOKSTORE – Order any of her 3 books or Asian DVDs, Books and Music – Details here:

From the Desk of Dr. Hildy®: CHERRY BLOSSOM TIME –
Dragon Gate Bookstore in Hawaii

https://onecellonelight.wordpress.com/2018/03/05/dragon-gate-bookstore-hawaii/

OR  Dr. Hildy’s 5 published Books – Order Direct from Dr. Hildy ORDER FORM

Cricket the K-Town Kitty  ‘A Tale of Who I AM’ 


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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!

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We had a winner – Allison got it right!
OneCellOneLightRadio PRIZE Question – Hour 2:
Prize will include a copy of the Cricket the K-Town Kitty book, Baci Mi Products and some other super nice surprises from Dr. Hildy and Cricket. The winner must call into the office at 323-466-2599 and tell us the correct answer to the question.  The first one who calls in with the correct answer will win.  Also, if no one answers the phone, leave your answer, name and phone number.  The phone messages will be reviewed for a winner too each day.
2nd hour Show Prize with Veronica Hendricks and special guest Nelia Southwick
What cat rescue organization, rescued Dr. Hildy’s   Cricket the K-Town Kitty?

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(REMINDER – There are many CRICKET Tabs at the top of this wordpress page – Adventures of Cricket over the years. )

We may have a surprise Special Guest on Hour 2 -Nelia Southwick from Kitt Crusaders PLUS  Kitt Crusaders want you to know YOU are invited – Live music from Citizen Kitten 
CLICK IMAGE TO ENLARGE:
General Admission is free -$20 VIP Tickets Available in dvance on Eventbrite.com – and include champagne toast. gift bag. and vegan hors doeuvres

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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
Details:
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.

Therefore Dr. Hildy’s interpretation :   She is a TRUE CAT from the Cat’s Eye Nebula  –   The Cat from Outer Space.  (Hah Hah Hah)
UC DAVIS: Cat Coat Color – Feline Coat Color Tests – Introduction 
The modern-day domestic cat displays a wide variety of coat colors and patterns. Classification of these can be confusing sometimes because different registries or associations may name the same phenotype differently. Below is a table of the coat color genes and DNA tests offered by the Veterinary Genetics Laboratory. http://www.vgl.ucdavis.edu/services/coatcolorcat.php
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First some very basic genetics! The difference between chinchilla, shaded silver and silver tabby are due to the underlying tabby pattern (ticked, mackerel/spotted or classic). Tabby patterns are cause by genes at two different places. The agouti gene, A, allows the hairs to be banded with alternate light and dark bands. The recessive form, non-agouti “a”, means the hair is solid colour without lighter bands. In cats with the Agouti version (allele), the actual pattern is due to a different gene. There are three identified alleles of the tabby gene. Ticked tabby (Ta) is dominant. Mackerel (T) is dominant over blotched, but recessive to ticked. Classic/blotched (tb) is recessive.
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OneCellOneLightRadio PRIZE Question – Hour 2:
Prize will include a copy of the Cricket the K-Town Kitty book, Baci Mi Products and some other super nice surprises from Dr. Hildy and Cricket. The winner must call into the office at 323-466-2599 and tell us the correct answer to the question.  The first one who calls in with the correct answer will win.  Also, if no one answers the phone, leave your answer, name and phone number.  The phone messages will be reviewed for a winner too each day.
2nd hour Show Prize with Veronica Hendricks and special guest Nelia Southwick
What cat rescue organization, rescued Dr. Hildy’s   Cricket the K-Town Kitty?
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Kitty Links of Interest:

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