Next Shows we will be attending are:
We will be in Glendale at a one day CFA show on Saturday August 26th at the Glendale Civic Auditorium at 1401 N. Verdugo Rd, Glendale, CA 91208. We are taking Timmy, Opie and Storm. The following CFA show is the beginning of September.
Timmy did well at the CFA Southgate show on July 22nd. He didn't final, but he did get against another more experienced Curl in 3 of the 6 rings.
Timmy is the red mack tabby on the left. He is a Champion in CFA and a Double Grand Champion in TICA. We will be showing him this year in both CFA and TICA for Grand Champion title in CFA and Supreme Grand Champion in TICA.
Timmy's unique feature is his tall open curled ears. Timmy's father is Supreme Grand Champion Sir Kingsley. Kinglsey is also a red, but Timmy really has a better coat and much better eyes. Timmy is just a year old and never been bred yet. We're anxious to see what he can produce so we've decided to put either Daphney or Bandit with him for Christmas babies. Both girls are seal and white bicolors... the babies should be really interesting. Put with a red mack, we could get some calico kittens. THAT would be super fun!
Our newest addition to the show halls
this year will be
Curl Essence Chocolate Obsession.
OPIE (pronounced OP-E, for Obsession) is a chocolate smoke. The Southgate CFA show on July 22nd was Opie's first show. He did great but didn't get any finals. He was the only young squirt being shown. Because of the time of the year, all his competition was older and more mature which usually gets the final ribbons. He did great though for his first show. It was a one day show. Typically, the kittens are really scared the first day of a 2 day show and are champs the 2nd day. Opie was doing great and interacting with the judges by the end of the day. But that's him... We've exposed him to some pretty intense situations, like the Del Mar Fair, to get him used to lots of people and sounds.
If you have any interest in showing your kitten at a show, please let us know. We will make sure you have a kitten that will not only fit into your family like a well worn glove, but one that you can have fun showing with your family.
Showing cats at cat shows is a great way for the family to bond and a great hobby for the kids. Let us help you get started if you are interested in sticking y our toe in the water. Judges love to see newbies at the shows, and the especially love seeing Curls at the shows. We are always hearing from judges that they would like to see more Curls in the show halls.
Contact us by email at Psalm0512@yahoo.com or by phone at 951 240 5761