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Susan Capelli Sphynx Cattery / cat with HCM and tritrichomonas

1 Windsor, Ontario, Canada Review updated:

Our kitten came home with a rare parasite called tritrichomonas, breeder and her partner Diane (her cattery is Crimson Rose Cattery) contend that this parasite is common and benign. It had to be identified by one of only two labs in the US at that time because it is NOT common nor benign. Treatment for it is off label, unstudied, untested and largely ineffective.
Fast forward past that expensive horrific ordeal to 2 years later. Now our boy is diagnosed with HCM. A genetic degenerative heart disease. Ms. Susan states that HCM can "crop up" and is not a result of her breeding practices yet when asked she refuses to produce heart scans on either parent cat to support she is actively scanning for the disease and when found halting the breeding of the affected animals. Offers us a "replacement" cat. Like our boy can be replaced! And like I would want another sick animal from her breeding pool. Obviously my request to replace her offer of a replacement kitten with a refund of the $1200 I paid for this sick cat was declined. Imagine that.
I urge anyone considering a kitten from this breeder (or her partner) to read between the lines on the website. She lists many cat affiliations yet really only works with one. I further urge anyone to just get your kitten elsewhere. While I love my baby I got from her--his life will be cut drastically short due to his disease. And all this after he spent his first year with us sick from his parasite which was a very unpleasant ordeal for us, him and all our other cats he shared it with.
Please due your homework, don't take informatino on websites to be a factual representation and be careful not to support these breeders who are in it for the wrong reasons and who are not doing their due diligence with their vet care.
My only hope is that if her "sales" are reduced maybe she will stop breeding her cats and stop propogating sick animals for profit. Please be careful!

Susan Capelli Sphynx Cattery

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  • Sa
      29th of Jul, 2009
    -1 Votes

    I also purchased a kitten from Susan. My kitten had an eye issue when it arrived but Susan was very helpful through the entire ordeal and sent me out some eye drops. Since then I have had had no issues with my kitten and I have gone on to get another kitten from her. I would think if you speak to her, she might replace your kitten. She has always been very upstanding and is admired in the sphynx community.

  • Sa
      29th of Jul, 2009
    -1 Votes

    I am a breeder and I have worked with Susan. I do not know Dianne well but if Susan works with her I have to trust her. Susan has been doing this longer than all of us in Canada. She stands behind her cats and she goes to bat for other breeders who need help. She has also written papers on HCM so I think you might be mistaken when you say "it crops up". In any fact, I called Susan last night and was informed that the parents of your kitten have both been fixed and are no longer breeding. I was also told that any cats from that line have been fixed and there are no breeding cats from either parent. She also told me that she stated that to you and told you that both parents had scanned free and were both living happy healthy lives. She also said that her offer of a replacement kitten stood and that is would remain an option for you should anything ever happen to your cat. It seems to me, you are JUST LOOKING FOR MONEY. As a breeder of national winning cats and kittens, I would do exactly what Susan is doing and offer you a replacement. That is the general rule in the breeding community.

  • Su
      29th of Jul, 2009
    +1 Votes

    I am the breeder of this cat. I won't comment on the liability of this post since it is now in my husband's hands to deal with. However, I will post my reply to Maggie Crabtree regarding the HCM. Since she seems to think I don't know my genetics nor does she know my background, as much as I don't want to embarass her, I will respond with a copy of what I sent to her.

    "Let me be a little more specific, Maggie Crabtree. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is a disease of the myocardium in which the myocardium thickens without cause. A cardiomyopathy is a primary disease that affects the muscle of the heart. With hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), the sarcomeres (contractile elements) in the heart replicate causing heart muscle cells to increase in size and so the heart muscle to thicken. In addition, the normal alignment of muscle cells is disrupted, a phenomenon known as myocardial disray. HCM also causes disruptions of the electrical functions of the heart. HCM is most commonly due to a mutation in one of 9 sarcomeric genes that results in a mutated protein in the sarcomere, the primary component of the myocite (the muscle cell of the heart). I felines, HCM is genetically passed from the parents. However, both parents can scan totally clear and a kitten will appear with the disease. The parents can go on to lead a perfectly normal life and never had any issues related to HCM. Should HCM occur in a line of cats, the adult cats and anything from their offspring should be spayed/neutered. The occurence of HCM is 2% - 5%. MY ADULT CATS HAVE BEEN SPAYED AND NEUTERED, THERE ARE NO BREEDING OFFSPRING. Never did I say it cropped up for NO REASON. I said it cropped up in your kitten. Please feel free to investigate my breeding practices and my clinic along with my holistic practice. I am impeccable with my cats and my practice. My offer of a replacement kitten will stand as that is what is in my contract. My contract clearly states that " if a kitten of mine dies from a congenital illness before one year of age, it will be replaced with a kitten of equal value. No cash refunds." I stand behind my kittens and will stand behind your kitten regardless of the fact that he is more than a year of age. Maggie you choose to argue, you choose to make threats and in general all you can do is point fingers. It really didn't have to go this way, you know. I would suggest in the future when you have an issue with something, you pick up the phone and talk about it instead of making continual accusations and crying "poor me". And yes, I do agree that what comes around goes around. I have a clear conscience. You on the other hand my dear, seem to have nothing but hatred and vengeance.

    I think any sensible, intelligent individual will see through all of this and know that in a living animal, this horrible disease can rear its ugly head. We as breeders can only alter the breeding cats and hope that the lines that carry this disease will end. I welcome anyone who has questions regarding this issue to contact me.

  • Lt
      29th of Jul, 2009
    0 Votes

    Dear Maggie Crabtree,
    I've known and worked with Susan of Sensa Capelli for about 18 years. We are friends apart from the fact that we've worked together as cat breeders. I admire Susan for her integrity and loyalty. Few breeders who raise cats in their homes have such nice clean environments for their cats and kittens. The house is gorgeous. There is no over-crowding and the cats and kittens get the best Veterinary care. In the community of Sphynx cat breeders, Sensa Capelli Cattery, has an excellent reputation and other breeders are keen to have one of Susan's cats to add to their breeding programs.
    We aren't trading postage stamps. Breeding cats is a hobby. However, it is a hobby of producing and placing live animals. The best cat breeder is unable to predict a congenital or genetic problem just as human babies can be born with heart disease or deformities. Postage stamps don't get sick.
    It's a shame that your kitten had T. Foetus and as I understand it, the kitten was born and raised at Dianne Hoover's Crimson Rose Cattery. Dianne Hoover was the one who worked with you during the Trichamonas treatment. All of your correspondence has been with Dianne and you paid Dianne for the kitten. So, because the name Sensa Capelli shows up on your kitten's registration papers, you now decide to go after Susan who has had no dealings with you until you decide to go after money. Makes no sense to me. As for your claim that your cat has genetic heart disease, your ultrasound diagnosis states that the heart has Fibrosis as a complication and that the Fibrosis has caused enlargement of a ventricle and poor systolic function (blood pressure). So it's the chicken or the egg as to what came first, HCM or Fibrosis. This is surely not a case of simple genetic Hypertropic Cardiomyopathy. Added to the fact that both parents of your cats are alive and well (the mother is 11) and (the sire is 9) and one parent of an affected cat must be HCM positive, I have my doubts that it's genetic. There are other reasons for a cat's heart to have thickening of the heart wall but all hearts with this symptom are called Cardiomyopathy no matter what the cause.
    Maggie, it's very generous of Susan to offer you one of her kittens as a replacement when she didn't even sell you the cat and by contract, she owes you nothing.

    L. Thomas / Shaineh Cattery

  • Lt
      29th of Jul, 2009
    +1 Votes

    Dear Maggie Crabtree,
    I've known and worked with Susan of Sensa Capelli for about 18 years. We are friends apart from the fact that we've worked together as cat breeders. I admire Susan for her integrity and loyalty. Few breeders who raise cats in their homes have such nice clean environments for their cats and kittens. The house is gorgeous. There is no over-crowding and the cats and kittens get the best Veterinary care. In the community of Sphynx cat breeders, Sensa Capelli Cattery, has an excellent reputation and other breeders are keen to have one of Susan's cats to add to their breeding programs.
    We aren't trading postage stamps. Breeding cats is a hobby. However, it is a hobby of producing and placing live animals. The best cat breeder is unable to predict a congenital or genetic problem just as human babies can be born with heart disease or deformities. Postage stamps don't get sick.
    It's a shame that your kitten had T. Foetus and as I understand it, the kitten was born and raised at Dianne Hoover's Crimson Rose Cattery. Dianne Hoover was the one who worked with you during the Trichamonas treatment. All of your correspondence has been with Dianne and you paid Dianne for the kitten. So, because the name Sensa Capelli shows up on your kitten's registration papers, you now decide to go after Susan who has had no dealings with you until you decide to go after money. Makes no sense to me. As for your claim that your cat has genetic heart disease, your ultrasound diagnosis states that the heart has Fibrosis as a complication and that the Fibrosis has caused enlargement of a ventricle and poor systolic function (blood pressure). So it's the chicken or the egg as to what came first, HCM or Fibrosis. This is surely not a case of simple genetic Hypertropic Cardiomyopathy. Added to the fact that both parents of your cats are alive and well (the mother is 11) and (the sire is 9) and one parent of an affected cat must be HCM positive, I have my doubts that it's genetic. There are other reasons for a cat's heart to have thickening of the heart wall but all hearts with this symptom are called Cardiomyopathy no matter what the cause.
    Maggie, it's very generous of Susan to offer you one of her kittens as a replacement when she didn't even sell you the cat and by contract, she owes you nothing.

    L. Thomas / Shaineh Cattery

  • Dr
      29th of Jul, 2009
    -1 Votes

    I would like to post a comment in support of Susan. I might start by saying that neither adult cat in this case was of Susan's breeding, but the kitten had her name on it so now she is getting attacked by a woman who is very misinformed.
    Tritrichomonas foetus infection in cats.
    Infection is most commonly seen in colonies of cats and multicat households, where the organism is presumably spread between cats by close and direct contact. There has been no evidence of spread from other species, or spread via food or water. In one study, 31% of cats at a cat show in the USA were identified as being infected with this organism, suggesting that this may be an important, common, and previously unrecognized cause of diarrhea in cats.

    "READ THIS, PEOPLE, 31% - DOES THAT SOUND UNCOMMON TO YOU"

    Prognosis

    Current information suggests the long-term prognosis for infected cats is good, and that they will eventually overcome the infection. However, this is a slow process – in one study of infected cats, resolution of the diarrhoea took an average of nine months, with occasional cats having diarrhoea persisting for more than two years, and rarely for life. It appears that most infected cats continue to shed low levels of the organism in their faeces for many months after the resolution of the diarrhoea.

    "READ THIS, PEOPLE, THEY WILL EVENTUALLY OVERCOME THE INFECTION WITH NO TREATMENT"

    http://www.fabcats.org/breeders/infosheets/tritrichomonas.html

    At some point in time, we all meet a kitten buyer from Hell. Susan, you are a fair and just lady, professional in every way, and your offer of a kitten at any time without question is generous and more than fair.

    If you need any further professional advice, please just ask me.

  • Pu
      4th of Aug, 2009
    +1 Votes

    I dont' understand why one person's name is on the contract if another person sold the kittens.

    You should always check references before purchasing an animal and if possible, you should physically check out the breeder's place.

    Hope your cat will be ok. Sorry you're stuck with a bill but that's what happens when we taken animals into our homes sometimes.


    Goodluck.

  • Sp
      4th of Aug, 2009
    +2 Votes

    Sorry for all your going through with your dealings with multiple breeders which you probally had no clue you were dealing with more than one in the first place.
    I honestly belive they screwed you, they are a group of breeders out too screw people with there infected and /or sick cats. its funny how they all get on here trying to make you seem like the bad guy but dont worry us intelligent people out there see right through there act..!! what you breeders have done to this woman is terrible and your breeding this poor ill kitten is very bad practice.. you should give up breeding!!

  • Sp
      18th of Sep, 2009
    -1 Votes

    Sphynx1, obviously you aren't very intelligent with respect to that comment. A cat is a living animal, we have no control over whether the cat gets sick. What we can do as responsible breeders is stand behind our contract and offer replacement kittens. My contract covers one year for any congenital defects and yet I will still replace this cat at any time in the future. We don't purposely breed sick animals, its just a fact of life. Do humans purposely breed sick children? No, they don't but things happen with living beings. In 18 years of breeding this is my first case of HCM and it has been dealt with. Both parents are no longer breeding cats, but both are well and living in nice homes. And the other remaining kitten is still well and has no heart issues. Unfortunately, Mrs Crabtree got a kitten with a heart defect, but my offer of replacement still stands even after she has embarassed herself with all of this.

  • Th
      5th of Oct, 2009
    0 Votes

    At the end of the day Ms. Accetta refused to grant my simple request of showing me my boys parent's scans stating in was none of my business when I inquired was she actively scanning her breeding stock and doing her diligence as a breeder. I requested seeing the scans after I reviewed her website that clearly represents she actively does so--shame on me for feeling that I had the right to ask since she put it out there and I now had a cat from her that had the disease.

    And I guess it appears I was misinformed by my primary care vet and her two partners, the internal specialist AND the cardiologist because clearly I'm mistaken in all my information as it pertains to what my boy has had, has gone through, is going through and what the end result was and will be.

    I too can cut and paste the emails to support my side as well as to demonstrate how this exchange went but I really don't not think arguing it out here is going to be of any value. And I wouldn't want to embarass anyone...

    Sadly, no matter at the end of the day I have basic facts and the facts are what they are and the costs have been exorbitant. I'm sorry but no one here that is volunteering support and opinions had endured what we have nor are they shouldering the burden of all the medical costs involved and to date they are in the thousands. Proof of which I emailed to Ms. Accetta however she failed to cut and paste that part.

    And finally shame on me for requesting a refund of the high price I paid for a sick kitten who is now even sicker so that I could put that money toward his care that is now lifelong, ongoing and extremely expensive. His monthly meds are over $100 alone and that's not counting the professional fees that go along with it. You must all be appalled at me for refusing her glorious offer of a "replacement" kitten when she really owes me nothing--at least that seems to be the consensus. Again, Cosmo can not be replaced nor would I ever want another kitten from Ms. Accetta's stock. I guess I'm appalled that she can offer a replacement kitten yet not a refund. Hmmmm...think about that for a minute.

    If this all makes me the kitten buyer from hell than so be it... I guess I am--although I would certainly phrase it a bit differently--that is if you asked my side the story. But hey, thanks for all the input...

    Maggie Crabtree

  • Su
      20th of Oct, 2009
    -1 Votes

    Who is Ms Accetta?
    You spoke to me, Susan, however only after your cat got sick. Up until then I had never heard of you. I told you I would not give you the names of the people who had the parents and the other kitten. They did not want to hear from you. They simply told me their cats were happy and healthy.
    My scans would be of no use to you because they were clear, I explained that too. And nicely might I add. And so Maggie, in closing, if I can ever be of any help to you, please let me know. I really wish I could predict to the future health of kittens, but I cannot. I wish you the best in your life, life is very short so might I say in closing "try to be loving and kind, not vengeful and spiteful in your life".

  • Mo
      23rd of Nov, 2009
    +1 Votes

    TF is the parasite from hell. I, too, purchased a kitten from a "reputable" breeder, who refuses to take any responsibility. The breeder organizations require the complainant to PAY for any complaints they file! No wonder all these breeders are in an approved standing! I feel for this lady. Take her word for it and don't purchase from this breeder or any other who does not guarantee your money refunded if you cat tests negative for this parasite. Of course she wants to keep the kitten. Once you get emotionally attached, you don't want to send it back to where it came from. Put these breeders out of business and do your homework first. I sure wish I had.

  • Be
      17th of Jan, 2010
    +1 Votes

    I am so very sorry to read that your kitten was diagnosed with Tritrichomonas (TTF) and later with HCM.

    As a breeder myself, I cannot emphasize enough how important it is for a buyer to screen the cattery they are purchasing from. The cattery should be TTF Negative. And all breeding cats should be screened yearly for HCM.

    Mara Summers
    Dazzledots Bengals
    www.dazzledots.com

  • Th
      5th of Aug, 2010
    0 Votes

    Susan, your message was private however my answer is public since it might as well be all out there right?

    My reply: Actually he is not well as we just had a two night emergency hospital stay about 3 weeks ago and he has now entered the early stages of congestive heart failure. He is on five daily medications and has a visit today where it will be decided if he has to go back on two more. His monthly expense including his prescription and his vet care are averaging about $200-$500 per month provided we have no emergencies--otherwise it goes up from there.

    Honestly what made me the angriest is how you handled all this. I'll admit my expectations were low after how the parasite issue was handled and blown off. When the HCM problem came up I contacted you and at first you seemed truly concerned. That lasted all of one or two conversations. I simply contacted you and asked that the owners of his litter mates be alerted so medical care could be sought although I can't deny I was hoping for a refund of some of the monies we paid so I might put it towards his care. I also asked to see his parent’s scans since I saw on your website that you still were representing that you actively scanned your breeding stock. You declined to show me the scans and said it was "none of my business". I guess since it was after the sale that was your prerogative but your refusal seemed very, very telling. You also originally offered to give me the names of the other owners--I did not ask for them. Then when I later simply questioned if the other owners were contacted you made like I had made some demand that I did not and made me feel like some stalker about it. I guess you forgot what you put out there. At that point I felt compelled to post something out there so that others would not fall into the same trap. I also contacted the CFA but I have yet to file the complaint with them although the papers have been here for a year.

    I really have nothing to say regarding whether you have severed your relationship with Dianne or not. You are the one who spoke and emailed with me through all of this with regard to the problems we've had from the beginning until now. My contact with Dianne consisted of "hey I like that kitten may I come see him". From there I worked with you two together or with you when there were problems so no matter how you slice it you certainly have some culpability here. I gave my money to you both and my papers say this kitten is registered to your cattery so my apologies if you somehow feel this is hers and not your responsibility. I guess maybe you both should have considered that way back when. And your argument to my complaint post was most certainly your words clearly indicating your involvement. Nice touch getting into all the technical’s so you can demonstrate that you're an expert. However being an expert on something does not mean you will be ethical with that knowledge although many people will read it that way. I work for a physician and I'm capable of the same however what I choose to do with that skill it then up to my personal ethics whether used appropriately or abused.

    You'll see I chose not to engage in the argument from a year ago until now. It wasn't meant to be a pissing contest or a poor me post. It was meant to alert people that something is wrong here and they could infer what they like as I simply stated the facts based on my personal experience--do your homework BETTER and ask for those scans BEFORE you buy and KNOW YOUR BREEDER. Shame on me for not doing so is the lesson I learned. Although I suspect my approach to purchasing any kitten in the future will probably be pretty off putting to most.

    Cosmo is currently participating in a major university study on feline HCM and genetics. In fact we are taking our other healthy Sphynx with us to Cosmo's vet appointment today so they can take samples from him for the same study. The study is open for samples until sometime this fall so should you decide as a Sphynx breeder to participate in it I’d be happy to get you the information.

    What breaks my heart the most out of all this is that we love him so, so much and I can't imagine a time when he will not be with us yet that time will surely come sooner rather than later. His personality is like no other and he is such a good boy about everything. He tolerates his twice daily pilling and potassium supplements like a champ and will even purr when you give him a cuddle when you are done. I suppose at the end of the day it's a good thing he ended up with us because most people would not have pursued an expensive ultrasound just because their vet found a murmur which is usually blown off as no big deal. Had that been the case in our situation he would surely have been dead by now from that neglect if not put to sleep because of the massive expenses involved that would have been revealed by a serious emergency. Heartbreaking especially considering he is only 4 years old now.

    So thank you for your inquiry and update. I hope my reply gives you some clarity on my perspective. It’s clear we each see this very differently and I doubt that will ever change but thanks for asking about him.

    Maggie Crabtree
    As one of your defenders so eloquently put it: The Buyer from Hell

  • Me
      9th of Aug, 2010
    +1 Votes

    Maggie,

    I know exactly where you are coming from. I purhcased a kitten from a breeder that claimed their cattery is HCM free. Well my precious baby has tested positive for HCM and shes not even two years old. I emailed the breeder and she basically gave me the same attitude that your breeder has given you. I only wanted her to make sure that the parents were altered and no longer part of her breeding program. Her reply was almost a replica of the reply you got. From my point of view, I thought, why should a person get so defensive and rude if they honestly didnt know about the line carrying the disease. We are the victims here. My breeder supposedly had the great grand father scanned after I notified her. Well, wouldnt you know he tested positive at 7 years old. For my cat to be almost 2 years old and to have a great grand father that is 7, makes you wonder how many litters these "reputable" breeders have out there that they claim are hcm "free". I seriously doubt that my cat was the first kitten to present this disease out of 3 generations of kittens.

  • Th
      11th of Apr, 2011
    0 Votes

    UPDATE: After many ups and downs with his disease our little man finally lost his battle with HCM. Our beautiful Cosmo passed away two days ago and our hearts are completely shattered.

    Momo you will always be in our hearts. We love you so, so much little boy. And I miss you with every single piece of my soul.

  • Th
      11th of Apr, 2011
    0 Votes

    Cosmo P. Crabtree
    5/06 - 4/11

  • Ma
      20th of Jul, 2011
    -2 Votes

    To whom it may concern,
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    The FBI has now been notified of her illegal online treacherous
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    Marie continues to fail taking her medication I feel that the
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    Earnestly,
    Mark Zizzo

  • Ho
      1st of Apr, 2012
    +1 Votes

    To the writer of this complain I understand your pain completly as i was screwed by susan 2 times with 2 cats... I wont post the issues i had and what i really think about susan and diane hoover but all i can say is TERRIBLE TERRIBLE breeders.. I do not give a crap how long either has been in the sphynx breeding world, You do not send sick sick kittens out to potential buyers ever, I also dont care how many people stand by her side i went through hell buying kittens through susan and getting crap sick as hell cats.

  • An
      12th of Apr, 2012
    0 Votes

    omg me too!! i got a sick cat. i dont know who diane hoover is or crimson rose. i got a cat from susan. there is so many people that got sick cats from susan. just because she has been in the sphynx community for a long time, doesn't mean she knows what she is doing. sarah its good she got you eye drops, although you shouldnt be getting a cat with eye problems. has everyone read susans page? "from time to time you will see a sick kitten"
    i asked sphynx breeders if time to time you get a sick kitten, they said yes but you should never sell it or breed from it. a good breeder will keep the bloodline strong and healthy. im with the above comment, terrible terrible breeders!!

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