O. M. G.
If you are at ALL interested in learning about cat breeding, or have already decided to do so and are trying to plan your future cattery, I think that The Cat Breeders Handbook is a book that you have to have. The Cat Breeders Handbook covers basic genetics, diseases, medications and homeopathy, raw meat diet, breeding and postpartum/newborn care, showing, and building a cattery. Particularly, the parts of this book that I really like are the tidbits and tips from experienced breeders that are scattered throughout the book.
This seems to be a self-published book with some minor typo errors, and it comes across as a magazine without the ads (there are some ads that appear to be from sponsored breeders, but there are not many and they do not at all interfere with the flow of the book). I really liked the format because it was really easy to read, yet it was so full of relevant information for the exhibitor and the breeder (and the wanna-be breeder, like me!).