The purr-fect show
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.
Acat being judged at Cats United WA's first British Shorthair Show of 2019 in April.