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Are you feline like a little furry fun? Do you think cats are all that? Then hit the paws button on anything you had planned for Saturday the 13th of May. The Birman Cat Fanciers Club of Qld are having their 27th Annual All-breeds Cat Show! If you love a good kitteh cat, nip into Bracken Ridge State High School from nine in the morning until three in the afternoon.
The event is expected to be one of the largest cat shows in Brisbane this year. You won't need to scratch together a lot of money to attend either. It's only $2 per adult, $1 per child or $5 for a family to attend.
You'll see a wide range of pedigree cats from fluffy Persians, all the way through the breeds to the nudie rudie of the cat world, the naked Sphynx. Of course, since it's being run by The Birman Cat Fanciers Club of Queensland, the show will include the largest line-up of beautiful Birman to be seen in Brisbane.
Get your scratching fingers ready too! The BCFCQ Cat Show will feature a Pat-a-Cat section. You can go in and cuddle, touch and give chin and ear rubs to some of these majestic creatures. Just remember to be gentle with the fur-babies!
Nudie Rudie of the Cat World the Naked Sphynx. #bornthisway #notashamed
Each year the club invites international, interstate and local judges to critique cats. The contestants can win great prizes and beautiful rosettes. There's a specialty Birman ring where the Best Birman Exhibit on the day is awarded. It's hotly contested and sure to have the best of the best Birman breeders competing.
You don't have to be an expert to enjoy the breeds on show. So grab your crazy cat lady mates and go along. If you'd like more information you can contact The Birman Cat Fanciers Club of Queensland by emailing their secretary Janice at email@example.com or visit their website.