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 show.
To enter a show please contact the entry clerk listed on the show flyer. The online entry form is NOT working at this time.
SHOW SEASON 2016 – 2017
May 21 & 22, 2016 CFF National Show Horgan Arena Auburn MA.
July 23 & 24, 2016 Ragdoll Fanciers Club IT’S A GAMBLE Burrillville RI
August 20 & 21, 2016 Ragdoll Fanciers Club LUAU SHOW Sutton MA.
October 15 & 16, 2016 UMCCA Nasson Community Center Springvale ME
December 10 & 11, 2016 CFF National and Xmas Party Fairhaven MA
January 7 & 8, 2017 RFC WINTER CAT SHOW Cumberland RI
March 25 & 26, 2017 UMCCA Is it Spring Rollinsford NH
April 22 & 23, 2017 PFFC SWING INTO SPRING East Providence RI
SHOW SEASON 2017 – 2018
December 16 & 17, 2017 CFF National Show and Xmas Party Fairhaven MA
January 6 & 7, 2018 RFC WINTER CAT SHOW Cumberland RI
Previous Shows Season 2015 -2016 Show Reports
May 30 & 31, 2015 CFF National Horgan Arena Auburn MA.
August 15 & 16, 2015 Purrfect Feline Fanciers Club Sutton MA Show Report
November 14 & 15. 2015 UMCCA Laconia New Hampshire Show Report
December 12 & 13, 2015 CFF National Fairhaven MA Show Report
January 9 & 10, 2016 Ragdoll Fanciers Club Cumberland RI Show Report
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.
In the championship class there are four titles: Novice, Champion, Grand Champion and Master Grand Champion. All cats enter their first adult show as a novice. To earn a Championship title a cat must receive four winners ribbons and one final. To earn a Grand Champion title a cat must earn 150 championship points. To earn a Master Grand Champion title a cat must earn 100 Grand Champion points and receive a Best Cat Final.
In the alter class there are the same four titles: Novice, Champion, Grand Champion and Master Grand Champion. All cats enter their first adult show as a novice. To earn a Championship title a cat must receive four winners ribbons and one final. To earn a Grand Champion title a cat must earn 75 championship points. To earn a Master Grand Champion title a cat must earn 50 Grand Champion points and receive a Best Cat Final.
In the household pet class the titles are Companion, Grand Companion and Master Grand Companion. To earn a Companion title a household pet must receive one top ten final in an allbreed ring. A Grand Companion title is achieved by earning FIVE top ten allbreed finals, under three different judges. For the esteemed Master Companion Final a household pet needs to earn a total of SIX additional top ten allbreed finals, from three different judges, with one of these finals being a Best Cat!