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From: outsideinradio.org

The Bengal cat is an attempt to preserve the image of a leopard in the body of a house cat… using a wild animal’s genes, while leaving out the wild animal personality. But is it possible to isolate the parts of a wild animal that you like, and forgo the parts that you don’t?

Can you have your leopard rosette, and your little cat too?

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WOWT NewsFrom: www.wowt.com

OMAHA, Neb. -- Looking for a summer read? How about reading your cat’s colors?

The Nebraska Humane Society’s Pam Wiese says they see the full spectrum of cat colors but according to the International Cat Association, there are just two primary colors: black and red.

All other colors, including grey, blue, silver, lilac, fawn and cream are variations of black and red – with the exception of solid white.

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Wild West ShowFrom: www.cityweekly.net

At Ring 2 in the Hotel RL Ballroom, Adriana Kajon wrangles somewhere in the neighborhood of 12 pounds of feline from a cage onto a waist-high table that looks a lot like a stage. On either side, a vertical scratching post rises another three feet, with a wooden bar connecting them, creating the effect of a proscenium.

The cat—an adult female Maine coon—responds agreeably to being handled by this stranger who is checking bone structure, grooming, coloring and multiple other factors against the standards of the breed established by The International Cat Association (TICA).

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Catshow mainFrom: www.petbusinessworld.co.uk

LondonCats and The International Cat Association hosted their busiest International Cat Show to date at Leatherhead Leisure Centre, welcoming around 2,000 people and 100 cats.

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EliteCatShowFrom: metro.co.uk

To say I’m obsessed with cats is a bit of an understatement. I have whole friendships dedicated to the sending and receiving of cat pictures, and look at rehoming centre websites almost daily to scope out a potential feline baby (as soon as my landlord relents on his pet policy).

So, when I was asked to come and check out the LondonCats International Show at the weekend, I smashed that reply button almost instantly.

We all know about Crufts, but the world of cat shows is a lot more understated and niche – much like cats themselves.

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londoncatsnewFrom: www.yourcat.co.uk

The LondonCats International Show is in town on a mission to stage, reward and celebrate our purrfect companions. They will be taking over the Leatherhead Leisure Centre in Surrey, for the sixth show on May 12 and 13, 2018, where they will share the love with more than 200 cats of over 50 different breeds.

LondonCats International Show works in partnership with TICA (The International Cat Association), an organisation which accepts over 70 different breeds of cat worldwide. For TICA, the beginning of May marks the start of a new season, which means the show could be potentially the start for an International winner!

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dsc05833From: metro.co.uk

Most of us will never get to experience the true joy of meeting an Instagram cat.

Fancy cat breeds like the Bengal or Scottish Fold are usually only owned by hardcore breeders. However, now you can witness the cuteness for yourself at the LondonCats International Show this weekend.

On Saturday and Sunday in Leatherhead, Surrey, 50 different breeds (with 200 cats in total) will be competing for titles – but more importantly, you can go and look at the fluffy little fellas yourself.

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LNR SAH LondonCatsShow5From www.getsurrey.co.uk

Fetcham will see over 200 cats from more than 50 different breeds arrive in the town for the sixth annual LondonCats International Show.

Cats come from all over the world to celebrate all things furry and purry at the event, which returns on May 12 and 13.

Visitors can expect to see all their favourite breeds compete for the coveted prizes of best kitten, best cat, best alter and best household pet.

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SurreyLiveFrom: www.getsurrey.co.uk

Leatherhead: LondonCats International Show - May 12-13, 10am-5pm: The popular event returns with more than 200 cats, including 50 different breeds. Tickets are available on the door or online, from londoncats.org.uk. Address: Guildford Rd, Fetcham, Leatherhead KT22 9BL.

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From: katsenworld.co.uk

Hi everyone,

It’s once again time for one of our favourite shows of the year. As you may have seen in our Show Calendar we will be back at the London Cats TICA show this coming May to run a stall offering the most amazing cat toys and cat lover goods and would of course love to meet some of you there.

The show will be open to the public from 10am-5pm on both Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th of May 2018 in the Leatherhead Leisure Centre – Surrey.

Tickets are available on the door or online, from the LondonCats website.

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BlackandSpicy 340x255From: www.washingtonian.com

Dogs have their run of the joint at this past weekend’s Super Pet Expo in the Dulles Expo Center. Canines trotted around the tables for all manner of pet accoutrements, as well as animal blood banks, doggy resorts, and creature welfare groups. They could even explore Repticon, a specialized exhibit room for reptiles and exotic animals that features tables filled with take-out containers of living, breathing snakes, along with shirts that say things like, “Just One More Gecko I Promise.”

But there was one place they couldn’t go.

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On The Catwalk

Cat fans travel from as far away as Texas and Canada to show off their cats over the three-day event in Augusta.

AUGUSTA — As they walked into the Augusta Armory on Sunday, Manny and Alexia Ortega weren’t planning to leave with a cat, but it was not a certainty that they wouldn’t.

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From: www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk

The TICA(The International Cat Association) event featured hundreds of fabulous felines who were all examined by international judges in a 20-ring competition.

Domestic cats were judged in separate classes to the pedigree pussies which had been specially-bred in Russia, China and Europe.

There were several cross-breeds which had never been registered before, like the Marguerite, which had been bred from wild Sand Cats normally found in African and Asian deserts.

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houstonShowFrom: www.chron.com

Scores of Houstonians pawed their way through a friendly cat contest Saturday at the Houston Marriott North.

Over the course of three days, 18 experts judged kittens, cats and alters in the 41st annual Evangeline Country Cat Fanciers Cat Show, an international cat competition that features more breeds than typical, as well as household pets.

“We have a number of breeds, and they all compete in a written standard, and even the household pets have a written standard that they are judged on,” said Steven Savant, show manager and president of Evangeline Country

The event draws exhibitors and judges internationally.

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dsc01676From: www.houstonpress.com

If you've got a family member (like I do) who's always texting pictures and videos of their cat, then you might want to point them to the Evangeline Country Cat Fanciers Cat Show. This international cat exposition has all of the usual fancy-schmancy cats — long-haired, short-haired and all-breeds — but it also allows household pets (they call them HHPs) to compete for fame, glory and points.

It's too late to register your cat for this year's event, but it's fun to see Tiger, Max and Fluffy go up against the big guys. "Our shows are all about opening it up, or anybody who's obsessed with cats," says Rhian Morris, public relations and events executive for LondonCats Communication & Events.

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