Kernow Cat Club
© Kerry Thatcher
Show

All Breed Championship Cat Shows

Our Championship Cat Shows are run in accordance with the rules of the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy (GCCF). They are held once a year usually in early Spring and most recently in Exeter, Devon.

35th All Breed Championship Cat Show 2020

Following the most recent Covoid-9 guidelines from the Government & a directive from the GCCF, the committee have decided that in the best interest of our valued exhibitors, judges, stall holders, show team & all the many others who attend, to regretfully close the 2020 show. All exhibitors entry fees will be returned less any membership fee payable & a small charge for administration, please be patient with this. We look forward to seeing you all at the 2021 show. https://www.gccfcats.org/News?newsID=1052

Showing Your Cat

Your cat needs to be in good health, have it's vaccinations up to date, parasite free and be of good temperament. There is some info here on showing your cat which might help you to some extent: http://www.gccfcats.org/Show-Information  You need to enter your cat in the show when the schedules are published. Then you decide which classes your cat should be entered into. The open class is determined by the breed, sex, age and whether they are neutered or not. Miscellaneous classes are your choice. Do not worry if it is confusing as we can give you guidance nearer the time. You need to get a schedule for the show as a first step so keep an eye out as to when they are available, probably sometime in January. If you wish to become a member of a cat club that is no problem as you can join ours with your show entry for £5 single or £7 joint, click on the contact button above for details.
Kernow C.C.
© Kerry Thatcher
Show

All Breed Championship Cat Shows

Our Championship Cat Shows are run in accordance with the rules of the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy (GCCF). They are held once a year usually in early Spring and most recently in Exeter, Devon.

35th All Breed Championship Cat Show 2020

Following the most recent Covoid-9 guidelines from the Government & a directive from the GCCF, the committee have decided that in the best interest of our valued exhibitors, judges, stall holders, show team & all the many others who attend, to regretfully close the 2020 show. All exhibitors entry fees will be returned less any membership fee payable & a small charge for administration, please be patient with this. We look forward to seeing you all at the 2021 show. https://www.gccfcats.org/News?newsID=1052

Showing Your Cat

Your cat needs to be in good health, have it's vaccinations up to date, parasite free and be of good temperament. There is some info here on showing your cat which might help you to some extent: http://www.gccfcats.org/Show-Information  You need to enter your cat in the show when the schedules are published. Then you decide which classes your cat should be entered into. The open class is determined by the breed, sex, age and whether they are neutered or not. Miscellaneous classes are your choice. Do not worry if it is confusing as we can give you guidance nearer the time. You need to get a schedule for the show as a first step so keep an eye out as to when they are available, probably sometime in January. If you wish to become a member of a cat club that is no problem as you can join ours with your show entry for £5 single or £7 joint, click on the contact button above for details.