Most of the cats living with a person under the same roof are courtyards of the Murka who do not have any documents and regalia. However, the stars of the feline world, the owners of prestigious titles and brilliant cups are purebred lucky women whose pedigree their owner can envy. Are our Vaska and Alice less worthy of attention than pedigree cats? Of course not! And in confirmation of this, almost all felinological organizations regularly hold exhibitions of domestic cats, so that their owners have the opportunity to show baleen noblewomen in all their glory.
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The first exhibition is always an exciting event. The owner has a lot of questions, because you need to take into account every little thing. Where do you start your show career?
Let’s skip the stage of buying a future star, this is a separate topic. So, the owner of the cat decides to expose his darling. But how to get to the cat show, where to go for the necessary information, where to find the schedule of cat shows? First you need to call the breeder and clarify whether the cat is registered in any club and on what system this club works. If not, the owner will have to choose the system in which he will exhibit his pet. If so, he will have another choice – follow the breeder’s advice or contact a third-party club. Continue reading
The bicolor color of cats is differently called bicolor. As a rule, such features of color are peculiar only to some breeds of animals, and in general, bicolor cats were recognized quite recently – mainly in 1969, when they began to be actively shown at exhibitions and specially bred. Prior to this, two-colored cats were for some reason considered “defective”.
Today it is believed that two-color cats are the softest, kind, balanced, obedient and friendly. They are very easy to comb out and bathe, which must be done quite often – two-colored cats require care at least once every 10 days, and it is better to comb them daily. However, perhaps the need for such careful care and reduces the demand for bicolor cats, which are less popular than animals of other colors. Continue reading