Our January Show, was a success. Next Show in October
Fancy felines from around the country will have the opportunity to earn Top Cat status at the 2015 Annual CFA cat show sponsored by Cleveland Persian Society. The cat show will be held on Saturday and Sunday January 17 - 18 from 10 AM to 4 PM at Lakefront Arena, 5310 Hauserman Rd, Parma, Ohio.
More than 200 pedigreed cats are expected to compete in this year’s show. Many beautiful breeds are on the list of competitors including Ragdolls, Siberians, the hairless Sphynx, as well as some of the more well-known pedigreed cats, from Siamese to Persian.
The CFA cat show will be open to the public and will provide an entertaining day for spectators. In addition to the judging activities, which will take place throughout the show, spectators will have the opportunity to see cats “up close and in the fur” while they’re waiting to compete. Breeders are happy to answer any questions about their cats and many of them will offer kittens for sale. In addition, there will be over 20 vendors offering cat related products ranging from cat trees, cat toys and everything in between. People food and goodies will also be available.
Dr. Deborah Fegan of Big Creek Pet Hospital in Middleburgh Heights, will be speaking about feline health issues followed by a Question and Answer session. will be our Special Guest Speaker followed by a question and answer question. She will be speaking at 1:00 on Saturday and 2:00 on Sunday.
Also, CFA Ambassadors, who will be wearing a button that says “Ask Me”, will be available to talk to spectators and show them around the show hall.
Tickets will be available at the gate. The cost of admission is $6 adults and $5 children 6 to 12 years of age.
The Cleveland Persian Society is a member of The Cat Fanciers’ Association [CFA]. CFA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the welfare of cats. CFA was founded in 1906 and is the world’s largest pedigreed cat registry with affiliated clubs producing more than 325 shows a year.