Groovy goings-on at upcoming cat show

September 9, 2013 by  

This month will see the Feline Groovy Cat Show, a great family event that offers competition, pets available for adoption, and entertainment for all cat lovers to watch, take place in Wisconsin.

During the cat show, people will have the chance to view both household and pedigree kittens and cats in one location. The event will feature five judging rings and is being sponsored by the Cats Rule Cat Club, with breeds including Khao Manee, Napoleon, Burmilla, Mainecoons, Persian, Ragdolls, Toygers, and Bengals.

Guests are invited to visit the Purebred Cat Rescue and the Second Hand Purrs booths. There will be a number of vendors available who carry cat products. Jackie Cole, a Milwaukee author, will be present and have copies of her book for sale. There are raffles, themed contests, and the best 60s costume and cage competition.

Admission costs $3 for kids, $5 for seniors, and $6 for adults, although coupons are available on the website offering people £1 off the admission fee. It will all be happening from Saturday, September 21 until Sunday, September 22, starting at 9:00 am at the Fountain Banquet Hall located at 8505 Durand Avenue in Sturtevant, Wisconsin, a short drive from Burlington. Parking at the event is free. For more information, please visit the Cats Rule Cat Club website.

With a number of cat varieties and pets that need adopting, the venue might consider consulting local brochure printers for help in finding homes for the felines.