Yes you can. Make up a pot, using your normal cattleya set up, then put a stick in and tie the pbulb so that just the bottom is against your potting material. Keep this pot in a semi shady area with high humidity and keep it warm. It will take awhile for a new healthy plant to grow. But it can be done. Do not give the little babies fertilizer, but spray for fungal/bacterial infections. Once the plant is large enough you can begin treating it like a regular Cattleya again. If you want to give them something, mix a tablespoon of honey with warm water and put in a spray bottle. Only use after you have watered. Spray the plant a little, or after roots have appeared, pour a little on the roots while they are still wet.