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Wyvern Cat Club
11th September 2010

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Mrs J Hudson

This was the first time I have been to this show and I would like to thank Eileen and Margaret for their work. I would also like to give a big thank you to Sue Amor for inviting me to judge the HHP. There were so many lovely cats and thankfully I had a wonderful steward Val Anderson to kept me on track.

Class 916a AC Pedigree Grand Master Cat (Imperial Class) Male

IMP GMC – Mr C Stanbridge’s  GMC Solitaire – What a lovely boy. Stunning blue eyes with fantastic tabby markings on a warm ticked chocolate coat, his coat was sleek and smooth. He has a lovely spotty tummy and neat paws. Very well presented and a great personality.

RES IMP GMC – Mrs J Plant’s GMC Silver Sam – He has a very handsome face with fabulous ‘mascara’ markings to his eyes. His coat was well groomed with luxurious silver colouring. His ears are neat and tidy with great tuffs. He was well groomed and presented, just not too happy today.

Class 916b AC Pedigree Grand Master Cat (Imperial Class) Female

IMP GMC – Miss K Gillott’s IGMC Mojo – What a pro she has done this before as she walked out to say hello. A lovely tortie girl with great tortie markings. Fabulous curly whiskers. Her coat is thick and dense but soft to touch. Very sweet girl natured girl as all she wanted was a cuddle. Very well presented.

No reserve awarded as only one cat present.

Class 918 Self (single colour) LH or SLH Cat, with or without white.

1st MC and BIC – Mrs B Edwards’ Jet – What a happy boy he came straight out to say hello and have a cuddle. His coat is wonderfully soft and rich black in colour, his eyes are a fantastic copper shade and against his black coat you could not ask for more of a contrast. He is a very strong well groomed and presented boy.

2nd Mr and Mrs D Guy’s GMC Simba – A very well grown, handsome boy with fantastic whiskers, large neat paws and wonderful ear tuffs.  His red coat was well prepared. He was happier in his pen telling me all about his morning. Well presented and in great condition.

Class 921a A.O.C or pattern LH or SLH cat, with or without white. Male

1st MC and BIC – Mrs L Parkes’ William – Wow what a boy, he has beautiful sapphire blue eyes against a lovely warm red pointed coat. Long whiskers and a cute freckled nose. A big strong boy who is so much better out of his pen. Super presentation and very well groomed.

2nd Miss S Simmonds and Mr B Hall’s Charlie – What a lovely gentle personality this boy has. Large piercing blue eyes, long whiskers and a sweet blue nose. His coat was well groomed, soft and fluffy with great patterning from his Bicolour. He has wonderful feathering in his tall elegant ears. Very well presented and in great condition.

3rd Mrs J Plant’s GMC Silver Sam – see class 916a.

4th Miss Z Amarilli’s Hero - A perfectly formed boy with a lovely curly warm golden coat. Stunning green eyes that look great against his colour. His ears have the most wonderful tuffs. A sweet natured boy who was well presented.

Class 921b A.O.C or pattern LH or SLH cat, with or without white. Female

No cats present

Class 922a Any colour or pattern LH or SLH kitten, with or without white. Male

This was a very hard class to judge as they are both fantastic boys.

1st and BIC – Mrs L Szwed’s Slinky Malinki – A lovely natured boy, who is a good weight for his size. Black coat well groomed and soft to touch. He has a cheeky expression with long whiskers, fabulous ear furnishings. He liked to sit a pose in his litter tray. Very well presented and in great condition with a cheeky kitten personality.

2nd Mrs J Plant’s Bouncer – A sweet purring boy who was more interested in helping me write his critique than anything else. He is a well grown boy with striking blue eyes. His pointed coat smelt wonderful and was in fantastic condition. Excellent presentation and a lovely friendly personality.

922b Any colour or pattern LH or SLH kitten, with or without white. Female

1st Miss S Walker’s Mimi – Not sure if she is the sister to the BIC winner as they have very similar personalities. She has lovely show presence and is happy to sit in her pen and show herself off. Her coat was soft and has lovely tabby markings and she has great ‘mascara’ markings around her bright eyes. Excellent presentation and lovely to handle.

924 AC Tabby SH Cat (except red or tortie) of any pattern, with or without white.

1st MC and BIC – Mrs S Plaw’s MC Pepe Reina - A very strong well built boy who was happier in his pen than out today. He has large expressive eyes and a very masculine face. Lovely brown ticked pattern to his soft sleek coat. Very well presented and in great condition.

925 Red SH cat of any pattern or AC tortoiseshell or tabby cat, with or without white.

1st MC and BIC - Mrs S Lowel’s MC Hells Bells – What a lovely sweet girl. She has wonderful tortie markings and her fur it is soft and silky to touch. She has a cheeky expression and fabulous curly whiskers. She was very happy to have a cuddle and fuss. Very well presented and in lovely condition.

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