National Capital Cat Show

Featured Breed
Featured Breed
Red Sponsor
Red Sponsor
White Sponsor
White Sponsor
Blue Sponsor
Blue Sponsor
HHP Sponsor
Agility Ring Sponsor
Breed Showcase Sponsor
Education Ring Sponsor
Rescue Cat Sponsor
Rescue Cat Sponsor
Allbreed Ring Sponsor
Allbreed Ring Sponsor
Allbreed Ring Sponsor
Allbreed Ring Sponsor
Allbreed Ring Co-Sponsor
Allbreed Ring Co-Sponsor
Allbreed Ring Co-Sponsor
Ring Prize Sponsor
CFA Havana Brown Breed Council
CFA Korat Breed Council & Friends
Best of Breed, LLC / Blue Ridge Arsenal
Sunset Pet Services, Inc.
Wade’s Cat Trees
Feline Medical Care Center
SuzieKat Sturdi Products
Carol Thompson “In Memory of Gina”
The Cats Closet
Jamie S. Perry
Spirit Essences
The Conscious Cat
Just Cats Clinic
Pavir Cattery
Absolutely Abyssinians Cat Club, Inc.
Carol Thompson “In Memory of Gina”
Ceramic Tile Gone Wild
PTB Enterprises – Magiczymes
Loudoun Cat Care
Greenman Goods, LLC.


National Capital Cat Show

Directions to Dulles Expo Center, Chantilly, VA

From Baltimore, Maryland / From the North

  • Take I-95 South to I-495 West (Washington DC Beltway) toward Silver Spring/Bethesda
  • Take Exit 45A, Route 267, Dulles Toll Road West
  • Go approximately 11 miles and take Exit 9A, Route 28 (Sully Road) South
  • Drive approximately 6 miles and pass over Route 50
  • At the first light past Route 50, exit Willard Road interchange; turn left at top of ramp and cross overpass
    The Holiday Inn Select and Dulles Expo Center will be on your left

    From Washington DC / From the East

  • Traveling West on Constitution Avenue, follow signs to I-66 West to Virginia – Remain on I-66 West for approximately 25 miles
  • Take Exit 53B, Route 28 North toward Dulles Airport
  • Drive 3 miles North on Route 28
  • Exit at Willard Road; turn right at top of ramp
    The Holiday Inn Select and Dulles Expo Center will be on your left

    From Richmond, Virginia / From the South

  • From I-95 North, take I-495 North (Washington, DC Beltway) toward Tysons Corner
  • Drive approximately 6 miles
  • Take I-66 West approximately 10 miles
  • Take Exit 53B, Route 28 North (Dulles Airport)
  • Drive 3 miles North on Route 28
  • Exit at Willard Road; turn right at top of ramp
    The Holiday Inn Select and Dulles Expo Center will be on your left

    From Frederick / Hagerstown, Maryland / From the West

  • From Frederick, take the I-270 Spur South toward I-495 (Washington, DC Beltway) South toward Northern Virginia /Virginia /Tysons Corner
  • Merge onto I-495 South
  • Take Exit 45A, Route 267 (Dulles Toll Road) West
  • Go approximately 11 miles and take Exit 9A, Route 28 (Sully Road) South
  • Drive approximately 6 miles and pass over Route 50
  • At the first light past Route 50, exit Willard Road interchange; turn left at top of ramp and cross overpass
    The Holiday Inn Select and Dulles Expo Center complex will be on your left


National Capital Cat Show

Each year National Capital Cat Show invites local shelters, rescue groups and animal awareness organizations to our show. Each year our rescue organizations find new homes for a large number of loving kittens and cats. Please stop by their booths; your purchase could help save the life of an animal in need or you may find your new best friend.

2014 Educational & Rescue Groups
Animal Allies
Cat & kitten adoptions w/educational materials
Cat Rescue of Maryland
Shelter and rescue group, cat toys,gifts, jewelry, fine arts and crafts
Fancy Cats Rescue Team
Cat & kitten adoptions, face painting & glitter tatoos & educational materials
Feline Foundation of Greater Washington
Shelter and Rescue Organization
Friends of Felines, Inc.
Cat & kitten adoptions
Friends of Homeless Animals
Cat & Kitten adoptions, shelter t-shirts in exchange for donation
Little Buddies Adoption & Humane Society
Cat & Kitten adoptions and cat toys & supplies for sale
Madison-Greene Humane Society
Cat & Kitten adoptions
Only Maine Coon Rescue
Cat & Kitten adoptions and cat beds & toys for sale
Pets Bring Joy
Rescue group w/ edicational material and cat & kitten adoptions
Rikki’s Refuge
Cat & Kitten adoptions and cat beds & toys for sale, cat & kitten adoptions
Siamese Cat Rescue Center
Cat Beds and cat toys

National Capital Cat Show

Every year National Capital Cat Show presents a great opportunity to “shop till you drop.”
Here you’ll find a list of our Sponsors and Vendors. If you are interested in being a vendor
at our show please contact Tom Kerch 703-243-6080.

Our 2014 Vendors 
Red Sponsor
Radiocat Centers for
the Treatment of Feline Hyperthyroidism

Radiocat — It’s a One Shot Deal!
Red Sponsors
Best of Breed LLC
The Best Natural Raw Food For Pets

100% Pure natural Pet Food
No Preservations – No Additives

Blue Ridge Arsenal
The Largest Shooting Range in Northern Virginia!
White Sponsor
Sunset Pet Services, Inc.
Cremation services as individual as
your pet. We understand that your pets
are more than just pets, they’re family.
White Sponsor
Wade’s Cat Tree
Quality Designed Cat Trees
“They don’t come tougher than these!”
Blue Sponsor Feline Medical Care Center
Your CAT Veterinarian in Ashburn, VA
The first full-service, feline exclusive,
veterinary hospital in Loudoun County!
Agility Ring Sponsor
The Cats Closet
A Cat Clover’s Emporium
Blue Sponsor
Sturdi Products
Breed Showcase Sponsor
Jamie S. Perry
Original drawings, prints, custom pet
portraits, tote bags, and t-shirts for you
and the cat lovers in your life!
Education Ring Sponsor
A New Wisdom in Pet Care
Rescue Cat Sponsor
Spirit Essences
Help your animal companions lead a better life
Rescue Cat Sponsor
The Conscious Cat 
Conscious living, health and happiness
for cats and their humans.
Household Pets Sponsor
Carol Thompson
“In Memory of Gina”
Allbeed Ring Sponsor
Just Cats Clinic
Veterinary care and boarding
Allbreed Ring Co-Sponsor
Ceramic Tile Gone Wild
Unique, handmade ceramic tile creations.
Allbreed Ring Co-Sponsor
All Natural Odor Remover
Eliminates All Odors – Permanently
Allbreed Ring Co-Sponsor
Loudoun Cat Care
Ring Prize Sponsor
Greenman Goods, LLC.
Galileo’s Organic Catnip Toys; the finest organic catnip toys that satisfy the most discriminating catnip connoisseurs in the feline world

Additional Vendors
Angel Cat Art
Angels and cats colorfully illustrated on silks, mugs, and original paintings
Animal’s Instinct
Pet Food Warmer
Arlington T Shirt Quilts
Custom T Shirt Quilts
Bala’s Pads
Pet beds, carriers, catnip toys
Cat Fanciers’ Association Foundation
Museum and collection honoring the history of the cat
Colora Mills
Polkat Products Wholesale Cat Furniture & Your Cat Tree Guy
Dorothy DeMatteis
Artist; acrylic paintings, reproduction prints, notecards, t-shirts, sweatshirts, and small tote bags
Furwood Forest
Custom cat trees and furniture
Gizmos Art
One of the largest custom framers in the Baltimore/Washington area
Happy Litter
Cat box odor eliminator
JC’s Elegant Accents
Jewelry, gifts and collectibles, clothing/apparel/accessories
JDP Artistic Designs
Original artwork, gifts and collectibles
Jewelry Studio Northeast, LLC
Fine jewelry
Julie Broxic
Combining Cat Rescue with the Creation of Original Cat Art
Karraway “Q” Toys
All hand crafted; A large array of “Cat Toys of Distinction”. Carrier pads, hammocks and show cage pads.
Kitchen Saver
Kitchen remodeling services
Knapp Chiropractic and Sports Rehab
Chiropractor and sports rehabilitation
Nacada Designs
Harnesses, leashes, beds & pads
Nana Sadie Rose
Handcrafted bags and accessories
Parfections Chocolates
Handmade gourmet chocolates
Peggy’s Cat Stuff
cat beds, cat toys, cat collars, and cat-themed market bags
Peppy Paws
Cat condos, cat trees, cat toys
Pretty Kitty Pet Products
Carriers, pet beds, cat furniture and scratchers, cat toys, grooming products
Pure Air P.A. & Pet Products
Oxyfresh, Shampoos, Combs, Brushes, Accessories, Beds and Specialty Items
Jewelry, gifts and collectibles, fine arts and crafts
Renewal By Andersen
Window and door replacement specialists
Scentsy Fragrance
The no flame, smoke, or soot, wickless candle system
Southern Show Service
Handmade cat scratchers and toys
Sugarboys Farms
Handcrafted alpaca beds, toys
Susan Evarts Design
Hand-dyed, stenciled adult clothing, hand-painted small benches with original whimsical designs
The Lamb on Wheels
Cat Gifts, 14K Gold Jewelry, Sterling Silver Cat Jewelry, Cat Costume Jewelry, lamps, Harmony Kingdom Collectibles, paper goods
Undiscovered Treasures
Jewelry, curios, animal purses
VCA Beacon Hill Cat Hospital

HHP Info

Curious about Cat Shows? What goes on there?
Want to show your Household Pet in a Cat Show? Read on.

What is a Cat Show?

A cat show is composed of a number of separate, concurrently running, individual shows held in the various judging “rings” throughout a show hall. Each “ring” is presided over by a different judge, who presents his or her own awards independent of the decisions of other judges, for this reason, a cat that is chosen “Best” by the judge in one Ring, may not final in another Ring.

Every cat entered in the show is evaluated by each judge, and judged according to a written standard for its breed (with the exception of the Household Pet Class, for which there is no written standard). The breed standard is precise enough to allow judges to evaluate cats accurately, and flexible enough to leave room for differences in interpretation between judges of keen eye and good intention.

Individual rings can be classified as either Allbreed (AB) or Specialty (SP). In an Allbreed ring all cats, regardless of coat length or type, compete for various awards. In a specialty ring only those cats of similar coat length, either; longhair or shorthair, compete for awards. The same judges will also judge Household Pets (HHP).

The cards on top of the cages will correspond to the cat’s entry number in the show catalog and on its benching cage. In the judging ring, blue cards are used for males, and pink cards for females.

After a judge has judged all the cats in the Allbreed ring – or Specialty ring – it is time for finals. This is where the judge presents the top ten cats in show. The moment every exhibitor lives for is that moment of exhilaration when your cat is held aloft and proclaimed “Best Cat in Show”!

The Household Pet Class. Household pets are judged in one group without regard to sex, coat length, age, or color. There is no written standard for Household Pets, although the CFA Show Rules state that they may NOT be declawed, and if they are over eight (8) months of age they MUST be neutered or spayed. All Household Pets MUST be inoculated by a licensed veterinarian against feline enteritis, feline rhinotracheitis, calici virus & rabies and tested for FeLV before entry. Cats must be free of fungus, fleas and ear mites. All claws of all entries must be clipped prior to benching! They are judged instead for their uniqueness, pleasing appearance, unusual markings, and sweet dispositions. Each cat reflecting good health and vitality receives at Merit ward (red/white), and at the end of the judging, the best Household Pets are presented in a final.

How to Enter a Cat Show

ENTRIES SENT BY MAIL: According to the Show Rules, the entry fee must accompany the signed entry forms. Entry forms and fees are to be sent to the entry clerk for each individual show. A form can be found on line at

IF FAXING AN ENTRY: It is wise to always include a cover sheet that tells how many entries the entry clerk can expect to receive. You may also want to call the entry clerk to confirm receipt of your fax. If you get an answering machine, it will be less time consuming for the entry clerk if you suggest that s/he NOT call you back if they have received your entries (being sure to specify how many you sent). All Fax entries must be paid in full within 10 days of receipt or prior to the start of the show, whichever is first.

ONLINE ENTRIES: Many clubs have an online entry form available, usually through the regional web site or their own club site. If you are using an online entry form, it is recommended that you email the entry clerk after submitting the entries to confirm that they have received. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to make sure that the entry clerk has received the entries. The use of the online entry form is interpreted as an official entry in this CFA show, and your email address on the online entry form is considered to be your signature per CFA Show Rule 4.05. All online entries must be paid in full within 10 days of receipt or prior to the start of the show, whichever is first as per CFA Show Rule 11.08a. A copy of the show rules is online at

How to Complete a CFA Entry Form

According to CFA Show Rules, all entries for a show must be submitted on an official Show Entry Form. You can use the form in this package or enter online.

Name of Your Cat: Maximum 35 characters.
CFA Registration # ONLY: leave this blank
Birthdate: In the Month/Day/Year format.
Sex: Neuter or Spay
Eye Color: (required only for white cats) Blue, Copper, Odd, Gold, Amber, etc.
Color Class #: Household Pets Color Classes: 0892 for male cats and 0893 for female cats.
Breed: OTHER-Household Pet
Color Description: Describe your cat as best you can using color and pattern, e.g. Blue Tabby, Calico, Black & White, Chocolate Point, etc.
Sire: Leave this blank
Dam: Leave this blank
Breeder: Leave this blank
Owner/Lessee: Maximum 40 characters.
Phone: A phone number where the owner/lessee can be reached in case there are any questions
Street Address for Owner/Lessee: Street address of the owner or lessee
City: City
State/Province/Nation: State; Province and Country if not USA
Zip/Postal Code: Zip Code; Postal Code if not USA
Name of Club/Show: Name of the Club sponsoring the show you are entering
Location of Show: City and State/Province where show is to be held
Date of Show: Dates of the show you are entering
Agent Info: Fill this out if someone other than you is showing your cat.
Send Confirmation To: Circle either OWNER/LESSEE or AGENT, depending upon whom you wish to receive the entry confirmation and directions to the show.
Circle Number of Region of Residence: The USA, Canada, Bermuda and Puerto Rico are divided into 7 geographical regions (1-7). To find your Region go to
Cat to be entered in: Check Household Pet
Special Requests: 
Double Cage: All entries in a show receive a single cage (or one half of a double cage). If you wish to have the full double cage for your entry, check this area. There is usually an additional charge for the extra cage space. It is required by Show Rules that the size of the cages at the show be printed on the show announcement, most single cages are 22” long, 22” high and 22” deep (a full cage is 44” long, 22” high and 22” deep). If you enter a single cat and choose not to purchase a double cage there may be a cat benched in the other ½ of the cage. But no need to worry, each cage has a divider which will able you to separate the two sides. Cages must be draped on 3 sides and the top (please see “supplies” below).
Security Cage: If you will be bring your own security cage to the show, please check and initial this area, so that the club will know not to set up a wire cage for you. If you only enter 1 cat and are bringing a Security Cage you will be required to purchase a Double Cage Space.
Grooming Space: 44”x22”x22” space next to your cage. There is an additional fee.
End of Row: If you would specifically like your cage to be on the end of a row of cages at the show, check this area. Unless handicapped, there is usually an extra charge for this special benching request.
Benching: If you would like to have your cat’s cage beside that of your friends, or in the same area, write their name in this area. It’s best that you limit your benching requests to one or two people.
Signature of Owner: The owner or lessee must sign the entry form. If the cat is co-owned, the signature of one owner is sufficient.

What You’ll Need to Bring to the Show

Unless you have indicated on the entry form that you are bringing your own cage the club will provide a cage for your cat. An entry includes ½ a cage (22”x22”x22”) it is possible that you will be asked to share the other ½ of the cage with another exhibitor who also entered 1 cat and who did not purchase the other ½ of the cage. There is a divider in the cage which will separate the two sides of the cage. If you want the entire cage (44”x22”x22”) for your cat you will need to check the box for “Double Cage Space” and include the additional fee with your entry.

3 sides and the top must be covered; you will also want to bring something to cover the table the cage is placed on. Towels work well for covering the cage and binder clips will keep the towels in place. A bathmat or small rug (remember you are working with a space of either 22’x22’ (½ cage) or 22’x44’ (whole cage) so keep those measurements in mind when picking out your supplies. There are many types of portable cages and cage curtains that can be purchased online or at a show. In addition to something to cover the cage you might want to bring a cat bed or pad for your cat to lay in. The club will provide cat litter, but you will need to bring a litter box, water and food bowls, and your cat’s food and favorite treats. You can also bring toys, a blanket or other items that will make your cat comfortable.

Show rules state that your cat must be transported in and out of the show hall in a carrier. 

How to Prepare Your Cat for the Show

A cat show is a “beauty contest” after all, so make sure your cat is in good condition. Your cat should be healthy and fit, and most important he/she should be clean and groomed. Brush your cat and if needed give him/her a bath, if a full bath is not possible wash the paws and any stained areas with warm water and a washcloth. The show rules state that your cat’s claws must be clipped prior to benching, so do this at home. Also clean your cat’s ears. You might want to pack a small bag with a brush or comb, Q-tips, baby wipes and other grooming supplies.

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National Capital 2015

John Colilla, AB & HHP
Hope Gonano, AB & HHP
Douglas Myers, AB & HHP
Vickie Nye, AB & HHP
Jan Stevens, AB & HHP
Donna Jean Thompson, AB & HHP
Patty Jacobberger, SP & HHP
Russell Webb, SP & HHP

Cheryl COleman
18900 Lindenhouse Road
Gaithersburg, MD 20879-1818
Phone 301-840-1345
September 7, 2015 @ noon or when
450 entries have been received


Deb Curtis
Phone: 703-328-5743

Noralyn Heisig
Phone: 443-801-9225


1st Entry $57 (w/ catalog) • 2nd Entry $47 (same owner) • 3rd Entry $40 (same owner)

1st Entry (w/ catalog) $62 • 2nd Entry $57 * • 3rd & Each Additional Entry $47 *
Each Household Pet Entry $45 ** • AOV Entries $30 • Agility $10/$25 (see info below)
* Additional Entries must be same owner ** All HHPs are counted as last entry
Extra 1/2 Cage (single opening) $25 • End of Row Benching $15
Grooming Space or Sales Cage (must have a paid entry in the show) $35

Cat Fashion Show Fun!!!
Entry Info: It is the exhibitors’ responsibility to verify before the closing date that the entries were received. Per CFA show rules, fees for online/fax entries must be made WITHIN TEN DAYS or entry or at check-in, whichever comes first. Make checks payable to National Capital Cat Show. Returned Check fee $50. PayPal will be accepted only until closing date; contact the Entry Clerk for instructions. Use of Security cages with an odd number of entries will require the purchase of an extra 1/2 cage. No substitutions after closing date. No refunds once your entry has been received or for failure to bench. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to check entry confirmation and notify entry clerk of any errors.
Show Hall: Dulles Expo Center 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center, Chantilly, VA 20153 (Rt. 28 at Willard Road) Ph: 703-378-0910. The show hall is air conditioned and wheelchair accessible. People food is provided and there is plenty of free parking. This is a non-smoking facility.
Check In & Show Hours: Friday evening from 5 to 7 pm and Saturday from 7:30 – 9:00 am. Judging will start at 9:30 am Saturday; 9 am Sunday. Advertised show hours are 9:30 am – 5 pm Saturday; 9 am – 4 pm Sunday. No entries, with the exception of kittens, may leave the show hall before the end of the advertised show hours without the permission of the Show Manager.
Hotel Info: There is no official show hotel but the Holiday Inn Chantilly/Dulles Expo is closest to show hall (across the parking lot). 4335 Chantilly Shopping Center, Chantilly, VA 20151 Ph: 703-815-6060. The hotel has a free airport shuttle. There are numerous hotels in the area best way to research is to go to Chantilly and select Pet Friendly. Other local hotels: Best Western Battlefield Inn 10820 Balls Ford Rd, Manassas VA 20109 Ph 703-361-8000. Hot breakfast buffet, free wi-fi. Refrigerator, and microwave in every room! Restaurant and lounge on site for convenience. (9 miles from the Expo Center on I-66).Towneplace Suites 703-709-0453, Residence Inn Chantilly South 703-263-7900, Extended Stay Dulles South 703-263-7173, Homestead Suites Chantilly 703-263-3361, Wyngate 571-203-0999, Red Roof Manassas (CFA discount code 526223) 703-335-9333.
Fly-Ins: Dulles International Airport (IAD) is a 15-20 minute drive. Reagan National Airport (DCA) is a 45-60 minute drive. Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) is about 1 1/2-2 hours away.
Awards: All entries in Championship (except Novice), Premiership (except Novice), registered Kittens, recorded Household Pets, and registered cats competing as Household Pets with an Household Pet color class prefix will be scored for CFA awards. Owners of novices can contact the entry clerk for a temporary registration number. Rosettes will be awarded and permanent flats will be used in accordance with CFA show rules. CFA rules will be strictly enforced. A copy of the Show Rules may be obtained for $7 from CFA by ordering online at There is a free download at All entries in Championship (except Novice), Premiership (except Novice), registered Kittens, recorded Household Pets, and registered cats competing as Household Pets with an Household Pet color class prefix will be scored for CFA awards. Owners of novices can contact the entry clerk for a temporary registration number.
Kittens & Kittens For Sale: Sales cages will be available only if you have an entry in the show. Please keep in mind the show rule which limits two kittens per single cage. No kitten under 4 months of age is permitted in the show hall. No kittens may be kept in carriers under the cage or in your car. All kittens being sold at this show must be sold from a Sales Cage which you purchased for that purpose, the fees are listed above. You must have proof of age for all kittens being sold; (i.e., a CFA registration, blue or yellow slip) and a Rabies certificate. A Rabies certificate is required by Virginia state law for all kittens that are 4 months of age.
Health: All cats and kittens entered or present in the show hall should be inoculated against feline enteritis, feline rhinotracheitis, calici viruses, and rabies (required by Virginia state law – bring proof of vaccination), and tested negative for FeLV. All cats should be free from fleas, fungus, or other health problems. Any cat suspected being ill, of having fleas, etc., is subject to removal from the show hall in accordance with CFA show rules. All claws must be clipped prior to benching.
Breed Showcase: Breed Showcase presentations will be on Saturday and Sunday. If you are able to bring a cat for the presentation, please contact our coordinator Kathy Pritchard
Pet-Me Cats: All breeds welcome. We especially need breed representatives who are not entered in the show to be available to meet and greet the public. Supervision and secluded “down time” cage space (not in regular benching area) will be provided. Please contact Bob Dubit for more information or to volunteer.
Supplies and Miscellaneous: Litter will be provided at the show hall. You should bring litter boxes, food, bowls, and any other supplies needed by your feline friend. Single cage size is 22″ x 22″ x 22″.
Is This Your First show? Please indicate on your entries! We will try to bench you with someone experienced. Visit for information on showing a cat in CFA.
Household Pet Entries: All Household Pets must be over 4 months old and those over the age of 8 (eight) months must be neutered or spayed and may not be declawed. Additional info
Agility Entries: All are welcome to enter agility cats. For cats not entered in the show it is mandatory you pre-enter your agility cat using the form on the CFA Agility web site. The Fee for cats not entered in the show is $25; which includes a single cage (22”x2”x22”) you can purchase an Extra 1/2 cage space for an additional $25. For cats entered in the show it is preferred that you pre-enter your agility cat using the form on the CFA Agility web site. Entries will also be accepted at the show. The fee for cats entered in the show is $10.
Breed Booths: Breed Booths are welcomed and encouraged. If you would like to bring a breed booth to showcase your breed, please contact our booth coordinator, Cheryl Coleman Each breed will be provided up to two double cage spaces (must be reserved in advance) free of charge to set up your booth. 8-foot unskirted tables may be rented for a fee (to be determined). One booth/display per breed – must be authorized by the Breed Council Secretary. If you are bringing a booth to showcase your breed, please have your Breed Council Secretary contact our booth coordinator. You must indicate “Breed Booth” on the entry form for appropriate benching. Also indicate the number of spaces – one or two – and whether you will rent a table.
National Capital reserves the right to substitute judges in case of emergency.

Show Flyer (PDF)
Directions to the Show Hall (PDF)
Link to Google Directions
YFEP Entry Form (PDF) 

National Capital Cat Show

The East Coast’s Premier CFA Cat Show

Where up to 450 cats compete in Championship,
Premiership, Kittens and Household Pet classes.

Join us September Sept 6-7, 2014
at the Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly, VA.

This year we will be featuring the Havana Brown and the Korat


The show is open 9:30am – 5:00pm Saturday and 9:00am – 4:30pm Sunday
General Admission: $10 Adults  $6 Children (under 12),
$6 Seniors (60 +)  $30 – Family of 5


See Household Pets compete. Want to show your pet cat in the Household Pet class?
Go to the Exhibitors page and click on the Household Pet Exhibitors link for more info.
Watch cats run the Agility course, jumping over hurdles, through tunnels, and around the ring in a timed trial. Go to the Exhibitors page for more info on the Agility Competition.


Examples of each breed will be presented and discuss
what makes each breed unique at the Breed Showcase.