National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day: August 22, 2016
The International Cat Association believes curiosity SAVED the cat - and is partnering with global pet care company Royal Canin to prove it. Inspired by the innate curiosity of cats, Royal Canin is supporting National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day on August 22 with a challenge for us to become more curious about our cats' health.
The "Curiosity Saved the Cat" campaign asks cat owners to pledge to see the vet this year by visiting www.royalcanin.com/Cat2VetDay and 'scratching' their name on the pledge list. For every pledge taken through August 26, Royal Canin will donate a bowl of food to animal shelters across the country.
TICA, along with the American Association of Feline Practitioners, the CATalyst Council, the Cat Fanciers' Association are joining Royal Canin to encourage more attention to preventive veterinary care for cats. Take the pledge to take your cat to the vet, today!
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the world's largest genetic registry of pedigreed cats.
What Makes TICA Different?
The International Cat Association™ (TICA™) is the world's largest genetic registry of pedigreed cats, the largest registry of household pet cats and kittens. TICA was the first and now the world's largest-registry to allow household cats of unknown ancestry to compete for the same titles and awards as pedigreed cats. The responsible breeding of pedigreed cats preserves the distinct characteristics of individual pedigreed breeds and ensures the continuation of predictable physical and behavioral traits for future generations.
The International Cat Association headquartered in Harlingen, Texas, administers the rules for the licensing and management of hundreds of cat shows annually across the globe and in 104 countries. TICA and its members work together to promote the preservation of pedigreed cats and the health and welfare of ALL domestic cats through education, responsible cat ownership and proper care to the owners of millions of cats worldwide. TICA currently recognizes 63 breeds of cats from the ancient Abyssinian to the newer breeds like the Lykoi cat, and including wild looking Chausie and Bengals.