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Welcome to the purrfectly entertaining world of “Feline Eurovision,” where we explore the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy’s (GCCF) top five cat breeds vying for the crown. Join us as we spotlight the most captivating feline contenders registered by the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy (GCCF) in 2023 and imagine them competing on the Eurovision stage!

We will also look at the bottom five registered GCCF cat breeds 2023. Please spare a vote for some of these up-and-coming wonderful cats and ensure they don’t receive ‘nil points!’

Top 5 GCCF Registered Cat Breeds 2023

1. British Shorthair

The British Shorthair, with its round face and plush coat, would bring a cool and composed vibe to Feline Eurovision. This independent breed is a strong contender and has remained the GCCF’s most registered breed over the past decade.

2. Ragdoll

The Ragdoll is a relaxed showstopper. Their laid back charm and piercing blue eyes would undoubtedly captivate the Eurovision crowd. Ragdolls have gained in popularity over the past decade, rising from eighth place.

3. Maine Coon

Imagine the Maine Coon strutting onto the Eurovision stage with its majestic presence. This gentle giant from the USA, would steal hearts with its impressive size, ready to charm the audience and judges alike. Another that has gained popularity rising from seventh place.

4. Siamese

With its sleek body, striking blue eyes, and vocal nature, the Siamese cat is a natural performer on the Eurovision platform. Known for its personality and penchant for chatter, the Siamese would deliver a soulful meow-worthy performance. They were the second most registered breed a decade ago.

5. Burmese

The Burmese cat, with its sleek coat and expressive eyes, is a natural entertainer on the Eurovision stage. Known for its playful and loving nature, the Burmese would deliver a lively and engaging performance. They remain one of GCCF’s most registered breeds, remaining in the same place as a decade ago.

Bottom 5 GCCF Registered Cat Breeds 2023

Despite being in the bottom 5 of GCCF registered cat breeds, these cats have their own unique charm and distinct appearance.

1. Sokoke

Despite being few in numbers, the Sokoke cat would be a mesmerising addition to the Eurovision stage. This rare breed stands out with its distinctive coat pattern and sleek build. Known for its intelligence and agility, this breed is surely one to watch!

2. Lykoi

The ‘Werewolf’ cat undoubtedly brings a new, intriguing presence to Feline Eurovision. Their unique fur and haunting eyes certainly give a memorable impression and a performance to match!

3. Ocicat

The Ocicat Classic prowls onto the Eurovision stage with its wild appearance and playful spirit. This breed, which resembles a miniature wildcat with its striking spotted coat would certainly captivate the crowds!

4. Manx

The Manx cat, with its unique tail feature would charm the audience with its shy, sweet disposition. Their distinctive look would bring a touch of Island charm to the Feline Eurovision competition.

5. Nebelung

Our final contender in Feline Eurovision is the Nebelung. This breed, known for its striking blue fur and green eyes exudes elegance and grace. With a calm and gentle demeanour, this breed is a crowd pleaser!

So now you have GCCF’s top and bottom registered cat breeds of 2023 – but which captivating cat contender has won your heart in this contest?