if you didn’t get to meet a Bengal in person last year in New York City, you’ll have another chance at this year’s Meet the Breeds co-hosted by The International Cat Association (TICA) and the American Kennel Club (AKC).
You can reserve your tickets now online at www.MeettheBreeds.com. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children if reserved in advance.
Even if you did come last year, don’t miss this year’s event and see the Bengal, Persian, Siamese, Havana, and other representatives of TICA’s more than 50 recognized breeds of cats.
To see what you missed last year — or had fun seeing! — you can watch some photos from last year’s event at www.akc.org/meet_the_breeds/2011photos.html
You never know when something will happen. No matter if it’s a natural disaster – tornado, storm, flood, hurricane, fires — or another type of disaster, make sure you keep kitty in mind when putting together your emergency plan for your family!
The International Cat Association (TICA) works to preserve the welfare of cats around the world, and want to make sure you and your cats are safe from harm. Our disaster preparedness plan will help make sure you’re not caught off guard.
Our disaster checklist will help you plan ahead and assemble an emergency plan and “kit” that you can have on hand all year round. Have peace of mind for you, kitty and your family by using TICA’s downloadable checklist.
Cat lovers from the Midwest will have the opportunity to see the world’s best of the best cats, kittens and alters at TICA’s Annual International Cat Show in Columbus, Ohio on September 1-2, 2012. We can’t tell you who the Best Cat, Kitten, Alter, Household Pet or Household Pet Kitten was for last season … but we will soon..and they’ll join our past International winners from the past 30+ years.
2011 Best Cat – Ruddy Ticked Tabby Abyssinian
All we can say is you won’t be disappointed when you see which breeds represented their categories for 2011-2012!
Over 400 cats are planned to be on hand for the 12-ring show that will be held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. In addition to hundreds of cats, there were will be many vendors on hand with things that your cat — or you or other cat lovers you know — will enjoy!
Make sure you get a chance to see some of the world’s finest felines at TICA’s 2012 Annual.