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The Cat Fanciers Association (CFA) is hosting a cat show this weekend, Jan. 26-27 at Dover Middle School. The 150-plus pedigreed and household cats and kittens will be competing against some tough competition.
New this year is a Agility Obstacle Course competition, featuring a course of 10 obstacles of stairs, hurdles, hoops, tunnels, and weave poles, similar to what is seen at dog agility tournaments.
Eli, well known for his achievements in the agility ring as number one cat in the country, will be strutting his stuff, as he and other agility cats soar, run and weave in and out.
Spectators who bring a cat food donation will receive one ticket for a prize drawing. Show Entry and Spectator information can be found e at www.nhff.org For more details, contact Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org.