The purr-fect show

Southern Telegraph - - NEWS -

We’re not sorry about the fol­low­ing claw­ful puns, be­cause this news is the cat’s meow and will give readers paws for thought.

Cats United WA is host­ing its first show in Warn­bro this Sun­day, with more than 80 cats al­ready reg­is­tered to take part. The event is the purr-fect op­por­tu­nity to see Bri­tish, Rus­sian, Siberian, rag­doll, Per­sian, Si­amese, Ori­en­tal, Maine coon, Sph­ynx, ex­otic, So­mali, Peter­bald and Selkirk’s breeds be­ing judged on com­po­nents such as head shape, bone struc­ture, and coat colour and tex­ture, as well as over­all health and con­di­tion.

Purr-haps watch­ing is more up your al­ley? At­ten­dees can watch cats on the judg­ing ta­ble, walk around and visit with the cats be­tween judg­ing, or talk to reg­is­tered breed­ers at the show.

“No mat­ter what time you ar­rive you’re bound to see your favourite breed be­ing judged,” Cats United WA’s Narelle Topham said.

The show is at Warn­bro Com­mu­nity Re­cre­ation Cen­tre, on the cor­ner of Oke­hamp­ton Road and Cur­rie Street, Warn­bro, on Sun­day from 9.30am-3.30pm and en­try is by gold coin do­na­tion.

Pic­ture: Cats United WA/Face­book

Acat be­ing judged at Cats United WA's first Bri­tish Shorthair Show of 2019 in April.

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