Now, maybe I am wrong, or was informed incorrectly BUT .... I thought strectching fur NEVADA style had more to do with the wooden stretchers being used? The Nevada style stretchers Im refering to have a smooth rounded "pinch" (for lack of a better word) where the neck of the animal is. This type stretch (I think) gives the tuffs of the cats face more fullness and makes the belly appear real nice and wide by narrowing the stretch just above in the neck area.
The traditional coyote, cat stretcher Ive always used and seen is curved at the top coming to almost a point at the critters nose with no other narrowing throughout the animal.
Maybe I am way off base here, as I have never been to Nevada, Ive never seen Elvis, Dont know much about the Hoover dam, or even know anyone personaly who has been to Reno so why, I ask myself would I pretend to know about how they stretch their cats