GC Belamy Desiderata of Cinema Named Best in Show at 2013 CFA/Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat Litter World Championship Cat Show

The excitement of the two day event came to a colorful end on Sunday with the selection of Best in Show Winner, a 1 year and four month old Calico Persian Female was named Best in Show of 1,000 cats at the 2013 CFA/Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat Litter World Championship Cat Show on November 24, 2013.  

Desi is bred by M. Vowe and Owned by Connie Stewart, Blake Mayes, and Dennis Adler.  

One cat from each show (Red and Purple) was chosen in each of the three categories in Kitten, Championship and Premiership.  Selection was based on total points earned. The six cats were judged by CFA All Breed Judge Wayne Trevathan of Hollywood, Florida who selected his first and second runner up and named his Best in Show.  

FIRST RUNNER-UP

DOTDOTDOT BORNINTHEUSA of WILDRAIN

Chocolate Spotted Male Ocicat

B/O: Roger & Nancy Brown and David & Carol Freels

SECOND RUNNER-UP

GP SANDESOX JUSTSWEETNESS of WHITESOX

Blue Point Neuter Birman

B: Karen Lane / Sandy Faust

Highest Scoring Cats in Each Category

 

Kitten  

DOTDOTDOT REFLECTIONS OF WILD RAIN

Chocolate Spotted Male Ocicat Kitten

B/O: Roger & Nancy Brown and David & Carol Freels

 

Championship

GC BOBERAN MY FAIR LADY OF LOX-NOTT

Copper-Eyed White Female Persian

B: Randy Primmer/Robert Farber

O: Yoonai and Sophia Staples, Randy Primmer, Robert Farber

Premiership

GP SUAVARE’S DARK SECRET OF PENOBSCOTT

Black Persian Neuter

B: Carolyn-Stephen Vogel

O: Ginger Gunlock, Jo Ann McKinster, Carolyn and Stephen Vogel

Cat Commutes into London for a Happy Ending

How many times have you seen this happen in a subway, no less?

With many animals roaming around the streets without a home, the holidays are especially hard.  It goes to show that getting cats into forever homes is a global issue.

Take time to donate to your local shelter this season.

A cat named Oyster was making his way into Central London via the Tube when passengers spotted him sitting on a seat.  A volunteer from a local animal shelter, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, was able to get him into a carrier and transport him to the shelter where she worked.  Quick thinking! We hope Oyster now has a forever home of his own!