COMPETITORS and members of the public flocked to Wisbech’s Queen Mary Centre on Saturday for the tenth annual Exotic Shorthair Cat Society show.
Organisers Stuart and Barbara McEwan, of Cottage Cattery in West Walton, said numbers were down, but there was still a good turnout, with exhibitors coming from across the country.
There were categories for both shorthair and household pets, with 20 pedigree and non-pedigree entries in the household pet class.
The exotic shorthair best in show, as determined by the judges, was UK and IGR Ch Sheer Bliss Enrico, owned by Mrs C Wall. The opposite sex winner was Gr Ch Sheer Bliss Arabella, also owned by Mrs C Wall.
The exotic best in show kitten was Naboo Look Atme, owned by Mr S Hannington and Mr P Hardie. The opposite sex kitten was Sheer Bliss Starlitedancer, also owned by Mr Hannington and Mr Hardie.
The neuter best in show was Gr Ch Imp Gr Pr Zendique Atzar Isborn, owned by Mrs Carol Tonks. The opposite sex was Gr Pr Varnie Sasha, owned by Mrs Honeyman.
The best exotic shorthair in the show was named as Zendique Atzar Isborn.
In the household pets, MC Susanna, owned by Mrs Linda Hutchinson, was named as best in show non-pedigree adult.
The best in show non-pedigree kitten was Rowan, owned by Mrs Harsant from Three Holes, and he was also named best in show non-pedigree.
The best in show pedigree adult and best in show pedigree was MC Charlie, owned by Mr Bernard, and the best in show pedigree kitten was Zozo, owned by Mr and Mrs Bernard, of Thorney.
The prize for the best decorated pen went to Tracy Reeve, of Wisbech Cat Haven, with her cat Fifi.
The show is back at the Queen Mary Centre next year on January 7.