Tamworth and District Cat Club’s 44th annual championships pulls strong competition | Gallery

From fluffy to furless, there were cats of all breeds on show at Tamworth and District Cat Club’s 44th annual championships on Saturday. Entries were up on previous years, with 113 cats making the journey from as far as Sydney, Central Coast, Yamba and Queensland.

Show manager Rosemary Rogers said among the rare showings were Sphynx and American Shorthairs.

Fives judges ran their eyes across the competition before coining the red bicolour pure Persian male kitten, Green Croft How Ezi it Is, the supreme cat show winner. 

The 9-month-old is owned by Sharon Yelland, of Sydney and bred by Suzette Greentree. 

“We’re only a small club with a small committee, so thank you to everyone who helped,” Mrs Rogers said.

“Rhonda and Chris Tait from Yamba organised all the sponsorship, which was amazing.”


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