|I Always Assumed Persians Were Grumpy, But Actually They Are Very Sweet|
Recently, my daughter and I decided to try something different and go to a cat show. It was held at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds and was called the Tails And No Tails Cat Show. Admission was cheap, $8.00 for adults, $4.00 for children and $6.00 for seniors.
The cat show was confined to one large building. There were vendors, rows and rows of cats in cages, and I believe, three judging rings. The rings were actually a table (judge standing behind, cat on table), backed by a semi-circle of waiting cats in cages, and a few rows of chairs for the audience. In other words, it was very casual.
|Face-To-Face And Nose To Nose|
|The Cats Were Not Bothered By The Audience, And In Fact, Were Eager To Play.|
|Here’s A Black Beauty|
After all the cats in the semi circle are judged, ribbons are attached to their cages. The owners then retrieve their cats and bring them back to their personal carrier at an assigned spot on a table.
|Maine Coon And Proud Owner|
|My Daughter Enjoyed Petting The Cats Best|
|Maine Coon Cat - Just Chillin’|
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