Cat Fanciers’ Federation Cat Shows
To view a show flyer please click on the highlighted name of the club hosting the show or theme of the show.
To enter a show please contact the entry clerk listed on the show flyer.
October 5 & 6, 2019 UMCCA Laconia, NH
December 7 & 8, 2019 CFF National Fairhaven MA
January 4 & 5, 2020 RFC. Cumberland RI
May 2 & 3, 2020 Purrfect Feline Friends Cumberland RI
May 4 & 5, 2019 Purrfect Feline Friends Flyer coming soon, St. Joseph Parish Hall 1303 Mendon, RD Cumberland, RI PFFshowflier2019
June 1-2 CFF National Show Auburn MA CFFNationalShowAuburnJune2019
What is a cat show?
A show is a competition between cats in a show grouping.
Pedigreed cats are judged against a Breed Standard.
The Household Pets class may consist of any of the following: (1) a non-pedigreed cat (mixed breed); (2) a cat which “looks like” a particular pedigreed breed, but has no registration papers; or (3) a pedigreed cat which, for some reason, such as kinked tail, wrong eye color, etc., prohibits it from being shown in the Championship class. Household Pet judging is based on health, disposition, and “purrsonality.”
While all classes are scored for Parade of Perfection wins, kittens do not compete for titles. Kittens are usually entered in shows for the experience.
There are six titles:
In the Championship Class the titles are: Novice, Champion, Double Champion, Grand Champion, Double Grand Champion and Master Grand Champion.
In the Alter Class the titles are: Alter Novice, Alter Champion, Alter Double Champion, Alter Grand Champion, Alter Double Grand Champion and Alter Master Grand Champion.
In the Household Pet Class the titles are; Household Pet Novice, Household Pet Companion, Household Pet Double Companion, Household Pet Grand Companion, Household Pet Double Grand Companion and Household Pet Master Companion
All cats enter their first adult show as a novice.
To earn a Championship/Companion title a cat must earn 500 points and one final.
To earn a Double Champion/Companion title a cat must earn 3000 points and 10 finals. At least one of those finals must be an Allbreed final.
To earn a Grand Champion/Companion title a cat must earn 5000 points and 20 finals. At least 5 of those final must be Allbreed finals or Top 5 Specialty finals. In addition one of the Allbreed finals must be a top 5.
To earn Double Grand Champion/Companion title a cat must earn 7500 points and 30 finals. At least 10 of those finals must be Allbreed finals or Top 5 Specialty finals. In addition one of those Allbreed finals must be a top 5.
To earn a Master Grand Champion/Companion title a cat must earn 10000 points and 40 finals. At least 20 of those finals must be Allbreed finals or top 5 specialty finals. Five of the 20 Allbreed finals must be Top 5. In addition a cat must earn a BEST CAT as a Double Grand Champion/Companion.