Cleveland Persian Society

A CFA member cat club.

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       Welcome to our website, enjoy Your stay.  

Cleveland Persian Society is an all-breed cat club that was incorporated in 1918.  Cleveland Persian Society is CFA's second oldest show-producing club and has produced shows since its incorporation.   We are a not-for-profit member club of The Cat Fanciers' Association. 

At the present time, Cleveland Persian produces two shows per year, the third weekend in January and another date that changes every year. 

Since 2005 our shows were at the Lakefront Arena (aka Barons), in Parma, Ohio.  In 2019 they asked us not to come back because of the parking. (They host hockey tournaments and need the space.) So now we are looking for a home for our shows and have been trying out various venues.  Our "sister club" is Champagne Cat Club.

Mission Statement

The objects of this organization shall be:

  • To encourage the breeding to the standard of both the longhair and short hair cats.
  • To hold shows and promote interest in and knowledge of cats through education.
  • To cultivate sentiments of friendship and common interest among the members.
  • To advance in every way possible the interests of breeders and exhibitors and to promote the welfare of all cats. 

For more information, please take a look around our site.