More than 200 cats competed at this show including Bengals, Sphynx, Maine Coons, Siamese, Oriental Shorthairs, Ragdolls, Munchkins, Persians, Toygers, Savannahs, Siberians, and more. There was also a category for household pets and kittens. Judging took place each day.
The show featured a variety of vendors offering jewelry, apparel, cat food, cat toys and more. Angel Paws, a cat rescue based in Colonia, New Jersey, brought along some lovely cats available for adoption and was the designated rescue group represented at the event.
"Participants came from all parts of the United States as well as England and Austria," said Susan Adler, show manager.
Show rules are available from TICA, P.O. Box 2684, Harlingen, Texas 78551. Telephone: 956-428-8046.
For further information about upcoming TICA shows, please visit the show calendar on their website.
TICA’s mission includes providing sanctioned cat shows which promote both pedigreed and non-pedigreed cats in a professional manner, and which are both enjoyable and educational for exhibitors, judges and the general public.
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