Dates: Saturday and Sunday, June 2 & 3, 2012
Location: Tall Cedars of Lebanon Hall,
2501 Putty Hill Avenue, Parkville, Maryland
(at the corner of Putty Hill and
Old Harford Roads)
Hours: Saturday and Sunday 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
Admission: adults - $6.00, over 65 and
under 12 - $4.00, Family of 4 - $16.00
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Colonial Annapolis Cat Fanciers, Maine Street Cat
Club and CFA are all non-profit organizations.
Annapolis Cat Fanciers and Maine Street Cat Club are teaming up for
our third year in a row to present an extravagant All Breed CFA Cat Show
featuring beautiful pedigreed cats from all over the country.
We’ll have Persians, Maine Coons, American Shorthairs, Siamese, Manx, Devon
Rex, Sphynx and more! All your favorite
breeds, plus household pets will be judged throughout the day Saturday and
Sunday. While these gorgeous show cats are waiting to be judged, visitors can
wander the aisles to admire them up close and chat with knowledgeable breeders
and owners. There will be Ambassador Cats eager for your petting enjoyment as
well. At the end of the show on Sunday, Maine Street will be recognizing the top
scoring Maine Coons from the weekend with specialty rosette presentations.
We will have local rescue groups there with kitties seeking loving
forever homes. There will be pedigreed
kittens and retired show cats for sale among the exhibitors.
The perfect place to do
all your shopping for cat loving friends and family (and yourself), there will
be vendors of all kinds with cat accessories, accoutrement and necessities: cat
collectibles, jewelry for humans, health and grooming supplies, cat trees and
scratching posts, toys, TOYS and more toys, bedding, carriers, and hygiene
What is CFA? A non-profit organization dedicated to the
health and welfare of all domestic cats.
Cat Fancier’s Association is the world’s largest registry of pedigreed
cats, recognizing over 50 individual breeds and hosting competitions throughout
and over 30 other countries around the world.
The Cat Fancy is the only sport of animal competition where spayed and
neutered animals are given full status; they compete in our premiership class
and winners are awarded every year. We
also have a household pet class of competition where beloved cats of no
discernable heritage are awarded honors.
More information can be found at www.cfa.org