Ah! Ah! Ah! Lovely...Lovely photos to wake up to! They all look great...!x And, Poppy, l don't think there's a ribbon big enough for you, for your lovelyness! Your the bestest...!x
My human loves going to cat shows too. Some cats really enjoy the show ring. Those that don't, my human feels a little bad for them.
I've only ever been to one cat show. I really hate seeing them all in cages so I've never been back. I started my book yesterday! Read until I was too sleepy to remember what I'd just read. It's tough getting middle-aged-ER! hahaha!Have a lovely day, ladies!
I've gone to our February show for three or four consecutive years. My favourite is the house cat judging, not the purebreds. But I, too, feel sorry for the ones that are scared/upset and forced into something they'd rather not do.
Our Mom has never been to one. We think we would like the house cat part, too. Hope you have a great week, Poppy! XOXO
You are a winner in our book. No ribbon necessary!
Our mom has never been to a cat show. She says there is quite enough of a cat show here at home, MOL!Your mum is lucky to have you Poppy, you is a furry special kitty.Sasha, Sami, & Saku
We enjoy the kitties at the cat shows. Most of them are laid back and used to all of that. We think it is wonderful they now judge (willing) house pets, too.
You're the best kitty of them all!Mom goes to the shows to pick me up some new toys.Mandu
what a cracker!!!Glad there were 'lots of families' and not just crazy cat ladies like myself!And the 'tude coming from the fellow british blue? classic. couldn't be fussed. love it.xxxxxMr Bass is off to stay with my parents tomorrow as i'm back overseas for a week for work.Last time he was there he swiped half a fruit cake wrapped in glad wrap off the kitchen bench and hot footed it back to his basket with it in his mouth, busted on his way there.... im hoping these are just his rebellious teenage times...... x