Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) can only be eradicated from pedigree cats if breeders know their cats' feline coronavirus infection status. The aim of this register of studs and queens of known Feline Coronavirus (FCoV) antibody titre is to facilitate finding other breeders who have FCoV antibody tested their cats and to promote safe matings - that is matings between two uninfected, or negative cats, or two antibody positive cats. Kittens produced by the latter matings should be early weaned and isolated to prevent their becoming infected. 

To register

To send a sample for FCoV antibody testing

 

Breeder's Name

 Contact Details

  Area

Breed

Stud
Or
Queen

Cat's Name

FCoV
antibody titre

Additional Information
 

Mrs.Stephanie Harrison-Croft
BROCKLAIR

Tel.01427 875218
e-mail

North Lincolnshire, UK

British shorthair (blue) 16

 Stud

 

Abramalyn High Flyer

 0

 

FeLV-neg. FIV-neg
blood type- A

Queen

Caranida Heidi

 0

none

Queen

Ch.Brocklair Levi

 0

none

Queen

Ch.Brocklair Beano

 0

none

Queen

Ch.Brocklair Maggie

 0

none

Christine Richards

Tel: 01420 86085
e-mail
web site

Hampshire
UK

 

Tonkinese

 Stud

Tonkaholics
Arabian
Knight

 

 0
Sep 2000

 

none

Ivy Perry

 

Tel. 01389 841 240
Grianan, Ardoch, Cardross,
G82 5EW.

 

Scotland, UK

 

Birman                

 

 Stud

Champion Starramia Daydreams

 0

Blue point FeLV and FIV negative

Stud

Classy Clogs

 0

FeLV and FIV negative

Mrs Elwell

Tel: 01902 670710

West Midlands, UK

British Blue

Stud

Bergors Blue Rafiki ("Murphy")

0

FeLV and FIV negative

Jane Best

Tel: 01642 789455

Email: Purryfriends@aol.com

Yarm, North Yorkshire, UK

British Shorthair 18a

Queen

CH Leonitara Aliceimilianus

0

FeLV and FIV negative

Jane Best

Tel: 01642 789455

Email: Purryfriends@aol.com

Yarm, North Yorkshire, UK

British Shorthair silver spottie 30s

Stud

Ch.Admonsh Leonitar Sirharry

0

Jan 2002

FeLV and FIV negative. Blood group A

Marilyn Storey

Tel: 01287 201982

Email: marilyn@skidoosh.com

www.skidoosh.com

176 Enfield Chase, Guisborough, Cleveland, TS14 7LQ

UK

British Shorthair Black silver spotted 30s

Queen

Leonitra Sophie Sparkles

FCoV titre 0 June 2005

FeLV and FIV negative. Blood group A

British Shorthair Black Silver Classic Tabby

Queen

Evawill Lilly Lucette

FCoV titre 0 June 2002

FeLV and FIV negative

British SH 30s (silver spotted)

Queen

Skidoosh Silver Catkin (new entry)

FCoV titre 0 June 2005

Blood group A.

Jeanette Camm

Tel: 01908-587662


Email: Dixybrits@btinternet.com

Salford Road, Aspley Guise, Milton Keynes, Bucks.

British Lilac Colourpointed

Stud

Champion Chloedipuss Bobby Dazzler

FCoV titre 0 July 2002

 

Kit Humphrey

kit.humphrey@comcast.net

http://siberiancats.home.comcast.net/cattery.html

California,

USA

Siberian

Queen

Ginevra of the Renaissance

FCoV titre 0 June 2003

FeLVand FIV negative.

Stud

Sunshine Buber Mador.

FCoV titre 0 June 2003

Registered with FIFe, TICA and CFA

Sally Colledge

 

Tel: 01566 86861. Mob. 07796 811136

email. sally.colledge@tesco.net

 

Cornwall, UK

 

Birman

Queen

Emily

FCoV titre 0 Nov 2003

FeLV and FIV negative.

  Queen

  Gabrielle

  FCoV titre 0 Nov 2003

  Blood group A

  Queen Meadowvale Mona Liza FCoV titre 0 Nov 05 FeLV and FIV negative

 

Queen

Luchia

FCoV titre 0 July 05

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To Register

To register your cat(s), send your name; address; phone number; fax number; email address; the name of the cat you wish to register; whether it is a stud or a queen; what breed he or she belongs to and the Companion Animal Diagnostics reference of your FCoV antibody test (this will be 5 numbers). I regret that cats antibody tested by other laboratories will not be accepted on the register since I have no way of validating their results.  You can have as many or as few contact details as you wish displayed on the website, though including at least your county and country would be a good idea.

Antibody positive cats are as acceptable as antibody negative cats – the aim of the register is to bring FCoV out into the open and save cats from becoming infected. However, I do advise that kittens born to FCoV antibody positive queens be early weaned and isolated to prevent them becoming infected (see Prevention of FCoV infection of kittens - Early weaning and isolation).  I also advise that matings should be between two cats with antibody titre 0, or with both cats antibody positive. See How to prevent FCoV entering a cattery once you are FCoV-free.

Send your details either by mail to Dr Diane D. Addie, Companion Animal Diagnostics, University of Glasgow Veterinary School, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61 1QH, United Kingdom, or by email. Registration is free.

Due to the problem with automatic robots spamming website email addresses, I am providing here an address that you can type into your email address bar - clicking on it won't open an email, I'm afraid, it's not linked.

register@Dr Addie.com

To send a sample for FCoV antibody testing


To establish your cat’s FCoV antibody titre get your veterinary surgeon to send 0.5-1.0ml blood in a heparin tube to the Companion Animal Diagnostics, University of Glasgow Veterinary School, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61 1QH, United Kingdom. Results will be given on the day the sample is received. Companion Animal Diagnostics receives samples from all over the world for FCoV antibody testing – the sample being in the post for several days does not alter a cat’s antibody titre.  

 

Last update: 1 July 2005

billy

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