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April 29-30, 2017
29 Great Lakes Great Maines (Region 4) Medina, Ohio, USA
30 Great Lakes Regional Benefit (Region 4) Medina, Ohio, USA
29-30 Santa Monica Cat Club (Region 5) Pomona, California, USA
29-30 Lucky Tomcat Club (Region 6) Springfield, Illinois, USA
30 Chatte Noir Club (Region 9) Moscow, RUSSIA
29-30 China American Shorthair Fancier Club (International) Shijiazhuang, CHINA
30 China Int'l Pedigree Cat Fanciers (International) Shanghai, CHINA
29-30 China Zhenai Club (International) Dalian, CHINA
29 Hong Kong International Cat Club (International) Wan Chai, HONG KONG
29 Shanghai Cat Lovers' Society (International) Shanghai, CHINA
29-30 Tianjin Feiming Cat Club (International) Chengdu, CHINA
May 6-7, 2017
6 Greater Lancaster Feline Fanciers (Region 1) York, Pennsylvania, USA
6-7 Seacoast Cat Club (Region 1) Concord, New Hampshire, USA
6 Rebel Rousers Cat Club (Region 7) Lawrenceville, Georgia, USA
7 New Vision Cat Club (Region 7) Lawrenceville, Georgia, USA
6-7 Felinus International (Region 9) Grote Brogel, BELGIUM
6 Chocolate Heart (International) Beijing, China
6 Corea Cat Club (International) Gyeonggi-Do, SOUTH KOREA
6-7 Oriental Diamond Cat Fancier (International) Shanghai, CHINA

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Featured Breed: Siberian

The Siberian cat is a natural breed and has been around for at least as long as recorded history. This Russian treasure was first imported to the United States in 1990.

Agile and intelligent; the Siberian is a hefty, sturdy cat with medium-long hair and good temperament. Nature provides several coat and eye colors for this cat that nature made to survive in the harsh Russian climate.

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Cats Don’t Cause Mental Illness, Study Finds

Your kitty is in the clear: People who grow up with cats in the home are no more likely than anyone else to develop mental illness.

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The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) unveils, an affordable feline DNA testing tool to effectively provide valuable health information, enabling early diagnosis and treatment of genetic disease.

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Teaching Your Cat to Use a Scratching Post

Scratching is a natural behavior and along with leaving a visual mark, scratching serves many purposes for cats from communication, to getting attention and to showing they are happy and content. Ideally, cats should be encouraged in this natural behavior.

Learn more about how to encourage this instinctual behavior



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