cattery of neva masquerade cats «Grand Masquerade»

Grand Masquerade


Cattery of Neva Masquerade Cats


 wimis@mail.ru
Russia, Moscow

+45-20-95-78-96

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Exhibitions

Depending on the age and position of the club, your cat at the exhibition belongs to a certain exhibition class.
            WCF showrooms:

- letter class. Litter of kittens from 10 weeks to 3 months of at least 3 animals. The whole litter is evaluated;
- 3-6 months. - class of kittens (the nomination for the contest "Best in Show" is held among all kittens exhibited in this class and then is selected without division by sex "Best kitten of the exhibition");
- 6-10 months. - young class (similar to the class of kittens, “The best young animal of the exhibition” is selected at the competition. The mark obtained in this class (only for cats) can be recognized only for one mating as “adjustable”).

            Next are the title classes, in which animals fight for various titles:

- from 10 months - open class. The animal fights for the title CAC (Candidate for Champions) and receives a divorce rating (that is, having received an expert rating the cat is not lower than “very good”, and the cat is not lower than “excellent”, the animal can be used in the breeding program). Upon receipt of any title, competition may arise between animals of the same breed, sex, color and exhibition class. For example, several Russian blue cats apply for the CAC title and then the CAC title (candidate for the champion) and a mark of excellent I is given to the best of them, while the rest get a mark excellent and, accordingly, places 2, 3, etc. to 5th place, subsequent animals receive a rating of “excellent” without a seat, followed by a rating of “very good” or “good” depending on compliance with the breed standard. Such competition is natural and, in the event of your victory, pleasant. Having received three CAC titles from 2 different experts at 2 shows, your cat becomes the champion of the breed of this season and she is forever assigned this title. Obtaining the title of Champion for animals gives the right to breeding for life and the prefix Ch. Is added to the name of your animal. (e.g. Ch. Ruaztec Pablo Picasso of Nostalgie).
- Champion class. Your cat claims the title of CACIB (international champion) from 3 different experts in 2 countries.
- Class of international champions. Your cat claims the title of CAGCIB (great international champion) from 3 different experts in 3 countries at 3 different exhibitions.
- A class of great international champions. Your cat claims the title of CACE (European Champion) from 3 different experts in 3 countries at 3 different exhibitions.
- Class of European champions. Your cat claims the title of CAGCE (big European champion) from 3 different experts in 3 countries at 3 different exhibitions.
- Class of great European champions. The cat claims the title of CACM (world champion), from 3 different judges in 3 countries at 3 shows on 2 continents.
- Class world champions. Honorary Class (EP). The animal is automatically nominated for the Best in Show contest without passing an examination.

If your animal is of a wonderful type, in good condition and well prepared for the exhibition, then in addition to obtaining the title, it falls into the competition “Best in Show” - the best at the exhibition.
- from 10 months - open class. The animal fights for the title CAC (Candidate for Champions) and receives a divorce rating (that is, having received an expert rating the cat is not lower than “very good”, and the cat is not lower than “excellent”, the animal can be used in the breeding program). Upon receipt of any title, competition may arise between animals of the same breed, sex, color and exhibition class. For example, several Russian blue cats apply for the CAC title and then the CAC title (candidate for the champion) and a mark of excellent I is given to the best of them, while the rest get a mark excellent and, accordingly, places 2 , 3, etc. to 5th place, subsequent animals receive a rating of “excellent” without a seat, followed by a rating of “very good” or “good” depending on compliance with the breed standard. Such competition is natural and, in the event of your victory, pleasant. Having received three CAC titles from 2 different experts at 2 shows, your cat becomes the champion of the breed of this season and she is forever assigned this title. Obtaining the title of Champion for animals gives the right to breeding for life and the prefix Ch. Is added to the name of your animal. (e.g. Ch. Ruaztec Pablo Picasso of Nostalgie).
- Champion class. Your cat claims the title of CACIB (international champion) from 3 different experts in 2 countries.
- Class of international champions. Your cat claims the title of CAGCIB (great international champion) from 3 different experts in 3 countries at 3 different exhibitions.
- A class of great international champions. Your cat claims the title of CACE (European Champion) from 3 different experts in 3 countries at 3 different exhibitions.
- Class of European champions. Your cat claims the title of CAGCE (big European champion) from 3 different experts in 3 countries at 3 different exhibitions.
- Class of great European champions. The cat claims the title of CACM (world champion), from 3 different judges in 3 countries at 3 shows on 2 continents.
- Class world champions. Honorary Class (EP). The animal is automatically nominated for the Best in Show contest without passing an examination.

If your animal is of a wonderful type, in good condition and well prepared for the exhibition, then in addition to obtaining the title, it falls into the competition “Best in Show” - the best at the exhibition

• Best litter (BL) – 50
• Best kitten (BK) – 50
• Best junior (BJ)- 50
• Best premior (BP) – 50
• Best Opposite Sex (BOS) – 60
• Best of Best IV (BOBIV) – 70
• Best of Best III (BOBIII) – 80
• Best of Best II (BOBII) – 90
• Best of Best I (BOBI) – 100
• WCF Ring II (WRII) – 50
• WCF Ring I (WRI) – 100
• WCF Masterring II (WMII) – 150
• WCF Masterring I (WMI) – 200