The Longhair Cream & Blue-Cream Cat Association holding show
PUBLISHED: 11:46 20 August 2014 | UPDATED: 11:46 20 August 2014
The Longhair Cream & Blue-Cream Cat Association holding show on Saturday, 6 September
Some of the most exotic Kings and Queens of the cat world can be seen when The Longhair Cream & Blue-Cream Cat Association and the White Persian Cat Club holds its Championship Show at 1st Twyford Scout Headquarters, Loddon Hall Road, Twyford, RG10 9JA, on 6 September.
Visitors are welcome to watch some absolutely stunning pedigree and household pets in competition in classes for titles such as Imperial Grand Champion and Imperial Grand Master respectively.
The show is open to the public between 12.30pm and 3.30 pm and entrance is: Adult £2, Senior Citizens £1, Under 16’s Free.
The two clubs are both small, specialising in three colours between them White, Cream & Blue-Cream and hold a niche in the Cat Fancy. However, at the show there will be a variety of different colour Persian and Exotics to view together with a wide assortment of household pets.
The show has become well known for being very friendly and for having a great atmosphere whether you are an exhibitor or a visitor.
“We are very much looking forward to welcoming old friends and newcomers alike to our forthcoming show; and to seeing some beautiful exhibits gaining titles whether they are pedigree or household pet.” says Chairman, Kim Board-Allam who lives locally. “Our visitors really do enjoy themselves looking at the beautiful exhibits on show and talking to their very proud owners.”
The breeds, which both clubs cater for, are very striking with their long flowing coloured coats and stunningly beautiful large, round copper eyes. Exotics have the same wonderful eyes and facial features as the Persians but have short dense plush coats. And in the case of the Whites, some will have orange eyes, some blue and some could even have one orange and one blue.
Exhibitors always enjoy talking to visitors about their exhibits, how to enter cat shows and cats in general. It is one of the things that make the show so friendly.
The aim of the Association is to encourage and promote a greater interest in the breeding, exhibiting and welfare of longhair cats, along with promoting a greater understanding of the care and needs of all cats.