Friday, February 23, 2007

Coming Events!

Here's some really good stuff:
Just go there!

There's More Than Just Judging...

Our education ring had tons of speakers, including one by this club member, an attorney, who spoke about the laws regarding pets and their owners in the State of Illinois.

Our vendors have the coolest toys...

... and other goodies for cats and for their human pets, too!

Want to learn more about the different breeds recognized by CFA? Stop and visit our breed booths. These folks are here because they really do want to answer your questions!

The newest and most fun event at the show? Feline agility. It's fun to watch... and it's even more fun to do. (I know. I tried it with my friend's HHP. You wouldn't believe how fast that cat picked it up!) Yes, it's just like agility for dogs... only on a much smaller scale.

Thursday, February 22, 2007

Saturday, February 18, 2007 Judging

Larry Adkison examines a beautiful ruddy Somali kitten.

Loretta Baugh plays with a flashy, flashy calico Exotic.

Norman Auspitz checks out the color, pattern and coat texture of this spectacular silver Egyptian Mau.

Wain Harding judging a lovely ruddy Abyssinian in the Premiership class.

Pretty snazzy, huh?

Wednesday, February 21, 2007


You expect a cat club blog to have cat pictures? Well, here are some from Saturday, February 17th:

Annette Wilson judging a spunky household pet.

Judge Paul Patton checks out the body and boning on this gorgeous Ragdoll.

Believe it or not, this stunning cream Persian is over 10 years old!

Judge Liz Watson, who owns Sphynx herself, gives this one a thorough inspection.

Judge Mary Auth checks out the grooming on this longhaired household pet.


Lincoln State Cat Club is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising the profile of pedigreed cats, feline health and welfare, and educating the cat-loving public in these areas.

As part of that mission, we host the most prestigious cat show in the Midwest Region every year on the third Saturday and Sunday of February. In addition to judging of pedigreed cats and household pets, we host breed booths, an education ring, a wide variety of vendors with cat-related products, and, new this year, a feline agility event.

At our 2007 show, we raised over $800 to be donated to The Ricky Fund for feline hypertrophic cardiomyopathy research with our raffle alone. All profits from the show are donated to groups such as Morris Animal Foundation, Winn Feline Foundation, Anti-Cruelty Society, CFA's Disaster Relief program and more.

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