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Cat Fanciers' Association Championship and Household Pet Cat Show

January 20th, 2016

If you think you're feline pet is the cat's meow, you still have time to register it in The Second Annual Cat Fanciers' Association Championship and Household Pet Cat Show, which is this Saturday, January 23, from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at McCoy Pavilion at Ala Moana Beach Park. Tickets: Adults $4; seniors 65+/ child under 10, $2.

Knight, a prize-winning Maine Coon. Courtesy: Donna Fujie

At the cat show. Courtesy: Donna Fujie

The CFA is the largest cat registry in the world and recognizes 43 different breeds. In addition to the show, there's a bazaar offering handmade items for sale such as quilts, pottery, pet items, pillows, toys, and more. The proceeds go to the non-profit club to help produce the shows in Hawaii.

Knight, a prize-winning Maine Coon. Courtesy: Donna Fujie

Knight, a prize-winning Maine Coon. Courtesy: Donna Fujie

Donna Fujie, show organizer, also says they are still looking for more entrants into the show, especially the Domestic Household Pet category for non-pedigreed cats.

The show pays for the airfare and lodging for four CFA All-breed judges (this year, Hope Gonano, Brian Pearson, Ed Yurchick, and Robert Zenda), which the bazzar helps subsidize. Pedigreed CFA championship and premiership cats, registered kittens, and registered non-pedigreed household pet cats will be scored for global and regional wins.

Courtesy: Donna Fujie

Courtesy: Donna Fujie

This show is sponsored by Aloha Cat Fanciers, Cat Fanciers of Hawai`i and Hawai`i Hulacat Club, which are member clubs of The Cat Fanciers' Association®.

Knight

Knight

For entry information, call JoAnn (808) 234-0832 or Donna (808) 291-5868.

 

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