The Northwest Consortium proudly presents: The 2013 TICA Annual
The 2013 TICA Annual Awards Banquet will be held on Saturday, August 31, 2013 at the Hilton in Bellevue, Washington. This event celebrates the show achievements of the exhibitors' cats for the previous show season.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us: Roma Anthony, Banquet Coordinator
2013 TICA Annual, email@example.com
We are looking forward to celebrating your wonderful felines and their accomplishments.
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SAVE THE DATE! WORLD'S LARGEST GATHERING OF DOGS AND CATS
AKC Meet the Breeds® comes early this year to the Javits Center, September 28&29, 2013. New York City is going to the dogs and cats once again when the American Kennel Club® (AKC®) and The International Cat Association (TICA) join forces to host this Fifth Annual event.
Sponsored by Petpartners, Inc. a leading pet healthcare provider, AKC® Meet the Breeds® showcase of dogs and cats offers pet lovers a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the country's rarest dog and cat breeds.
There are ongoing demonstrations of agility; top experts in pet-related fields will be available to answer your questions, over 100 vendors selling unique dog and cat items, and games and giveaways.
So don't miss out on this spectacular event. If you would like to participate with your cat in this event, check with your TICA Breed Committee Chair or contact Francine Hicks, the Breed Booth Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
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LEARN EVERYTHING ABOUT CATS AT TICAU
TICA University is the favorite school for finicky felines around the world and the largest school of feline educational courses and cat information. Founded by TICA, take some time to visit our schools and stroll our beautiful campus. And if you're a "life-long student of cats", take advantage of all our knowledge -- it's free! -- and ENROLL TODAY! As a student you will have a wide range of tools and educational information available to you and all cat lovers. Kittens and cats are special to us you know!
Just click on the TICA website on the left hand side bar "TICA University" and click on one of the buildings and become a "life-time student of cats".
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RED ROOF INNS VOLUME PLAN PLUS® PROGRAM
TICA has been recognized as a preferred client of Red Roof.
Please use TICA's unique VP+® account number shown here when making reservations or present your VP+® at check-in when you stay at any of our over 360 Red Roof locations nationwide to ensure that you receive the following special benefits.
- Complimentary freshly ground gourmet coffee Free local telephone calls New expanded cable channel package
- Priority advance room requests Express check-in
- Complimentary late check-out (with advance notice)
- Free WiFi, Local Domestic Long Distance and Fax up to 10 pages
And the most important advantage of all – BOTTOM LINE SAVINGS! We look forward to serving you at Red Roof.
TICA VP# 615673
Terms and Conditions: Only available in the United States. Red Roof shall provide the entitled benefits in accordance with the signed agreement with the organization identified herein. This card is not accepted as a form of payment. Discounts, where applicable, apply to room charge only. All benefits, including discounts, may be modified or terminated without notice to cardholders. Some locations are completely excluded from the Volume Plan Plus® program. VP+® cards are nontransferable and are the property of Red Roof Inn. Cards must be returned upon request.
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Rob Seliskar: Southeast (SE) Judge
I live in Tampa, Florida. I grew up with cats. My mother drug me to cat shows a really long time ago, because none of the brothers or sister wanted to deal with me while she was at a show. I spent many a show sleeping under the show cage. Back then there was a lot of associations and she showed in most, I remember CROWN ACFA and CFA. I know most of the older [those that are still alive] CFA, TICA and ACFA judges amongst others from then. While they might not have been judges, they would have been exhibitors. I began showing HHPs and then moved on to Abys alters then breeding Abys, Ocicats and Maine Coons. I show an Aby Alter when work permits and my judging schedule permits.
My most memorable judging experience was judging a show in the Northeast when there was over 8 aby kittens! It brought back memories of the days when it would take 2 or 3 times to get through the Abys.
My other interests, David of course. My home that takes time to keep up. Anything that is artsy. I work in healthcare as a workers' compensation trauma specialist.
The main thing I want to share with everyone which is A BIG THING, is that the shows have to be fun. If the shows aren't fun, then I might as well stay home. This is supposed to be a hobby, not a life. I work hard in real life so I want to enjoy myself whether it be judging or showing.
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