Schows

Class 1:            World Champion – P.H.

In this class cats compete for the title „Best Variety“ and/or „Best in Show”. They may receive the Prize of Honour. P.H.: Prix dHonneur (Prize of Honour)

Class 2:            World Premior – P.H.

In this class cats compete for the title „Best Variety Alter“ and/or „Best in Show Alter”. They may receive the Prize of Honour. P.H.: Prix dHonneur (Prize of Honour)

Class 3:            GR. European Champion resp. GR. Continental ´Champion (GR. = Grand) - CACM

In this class cats compete for the title „World Champion“. They must receive CACM in 3 international exhibitions of the WCF in 3 different countries from 3 different judges, where one country must be in another continent. They must receive 98 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title “Best Variety” and/or „Best in Show“.

Class 4:            GR. European Premior resp. GR. Continental Premior (GR. = Grand) - CAPM

In this class cats compete for the title „World Premior“. They must receive CAPM in 3 international exhibitions of the WCF in 3 different countries from 3 different judges, where one country must be in another continent. They must receive 98 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title “Best Variety Alter” and/or „Best in Show Alter“.

Class 5:            European Champion resp. Continental Champion - GCACE

In this class cats compete for the title „GR. European Champion“ resp. „GR: Continental Champion“. GR. = Grand They must receive GCACE in 3 international exhibitions of the WCF in 3 different countries from 3 different judges.  They must receive 97 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex.

They compete also for the title „Best Variety“ and/or „Best in Show“.

Class 6:            European Premior resp. Continental Premior - GCAPE

In this class cats compete for the title „GR. European Premior“ resp. „GR: Continental Premior“. GR. = Grand They must receive GCAPE in 3 international exhibitions of the WCF in 3 different countries from 3 different judges. They must receive 97 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title „Best Variety Alter“ and/or „Best in Show Alter“.

Class 7:            Grand International Champion - CACE

In this class cats compete for the title „European Champion“ resp. „Continental Champion“. They must receive CACE in 3 international exhibitions of the WCF in 3 different countries from 3 different judges. They must receive 97 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title

„Best Variety“ and/or „Best in Show“.

Class 8:            Grand International Premior - CAPE

In this class cats compete for the title „European Premior“ resp. „Continental Premior“. They must receive CAPE in 3 international exhibitions of the WCF in 3 different countries from 3 different judges. They must receive 97 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title

„Best Variety Alter“ and/or „Best in Show Alter“.

Class 9:             International Champion - CAGCIB

In this class cats compete for the title „Grand International Champion“. They must receive CAGCIB in 3 international exhibitions of the WCF in 2 different countries from 3 different judges. They must receive 97 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title „Best Variety“ and/or „Best in Show“.

Class 10:             International Premior - CAGPIB

In this class cats compete for the title „Grand International Premior“. They must receive CAGPIB in 3 international exhibitions of the WCF in 2 different countries from 3 different judges. They must receive 97 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title „Best Variety Alter“ and/or „Best in Show Alter“.

Class 11:             Champion -CACIB

In this class cats compete for the title „International Champion“. They must receive CACIB in 3 international exhibitions of the WCF in 2 different countries from 3 different judges. They must receive 95 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title „Best Variety“ and/or

„Best in Show“.

Class 12:             Premior - CAPIB

In this class cats compete for the title „International Premior“. They must receive CAPIB in 3 international exhibitions of the WCF in 2 different countries from 3 different judges. They must receive 95 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title „Best Variety Alter“ and/or „Best in Show Alter“.

Class 13:             Open class, starting with 10 months - CAC

In this class cats compete for the title „Champion“. They must receive CAC in 3 international or national exhibitions of the WCF from 3 different judges. They must receive 93 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title „Best Variety“ and/or „Best in Show“.

Class 14:             Alter class, starting with 10 months - CAP

In this class cats compete for the title „Premior“. They must receive CAP in 3 international or national exhibitions of the WCF from 3 different judges. They must receive 93 points according to the standard. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title „Best Variety Alter“ and/or „Best in Show Alter“.

Class 15:             Kittens, 6 – 10 months –CACJ

Award for the Junior-Champion. Cats exhibited in this class may not be younger than 6 months on the first day of the exhibition and not older than 10 months and must be registered in the LO or RIEX register of a recognized club. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They are ranked and compete also for the title „Best Variety Kitten 6 – 10 months“ (or “Best Variety Adult, if applicable) and/or „Best in Show Kitten 6 – 10 months“.

Class 15a:           Neutered kittens, 6 – 10 months –CAPJ

Award for the Junior-Premior. Cats exhibited in this class may not be younger than 6 months on the first day of the exhibition and not older than 10 months and must be registered in the LO or RIEX register of a recognized club. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They are ranked and compete also for the title „Best Variety Kitten 6 – 10 months“ (or “Best Variety Adult, if applicable) and/or „Best in Show Kitten 6 – 10 months

Class 16:             Kittens, 3 – 6 months – CACP

Award for the Kitten-Champion. Cats exhibited in this class may not be younger than 3 months on the first day of the exhibition and not older than 6 months and must be registered in the LO or RIEX register of a recognized club. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They are ranked and compete also for the title „Best Variety Kitten 3 – 6 months“(or “Best Variety Adult, if applicable) and/or „Best in Show Kitten 3 – 6 months“.

Class 16a:             Baby, 10 weeks – 3 months

Cats exhibited in this class may not be younger than 10 weeks on the first day of the exhibition and not older than 3 months and must be registered in the LO or RIEX register of a recognized club. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They are ranked and compete also for the title „Best Variety Baby“ and/or „Best in Show Baby“.

Class 16b:            Neutered kittens, 3 – 6 months – CAPP

Award for the Kitten-Premiorclass. Cats exhibited in this class may not be younger than 3 months on the first day of the exhibition and not older than 6 months and must be registered in the LO or RIEX register of a recognized club. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They are ranked and compete also for the title „Best Variety Kitten 3 – 6 months“(or “Best Variety Adult, if applicable) and/or „Best in Show Kitten 3 – 6 months“.

Class 17:               Novice class

A novice may be exhibited only starting with an age of 6 months in his own organization supervised by the national breeding committee. The judge must be informed about the reason, why the cat is exhibited in this class. A        cat may only be exhibited once in the Novice class. The signatures of two judges are required. The cat must receive „Excellent“ to be registered.

Class 18:               Colour determination class (Determination class)

Kittens starting with an age of 3 months may be exhibited to determine their colour. They may receive a qualification without a classification.

Class 19:               Household pets

In this class altered cats, which do not correspond to a recognized breed according to their phenotype, may be exhibited. They are ranked and may be nominated for “Best Household Pet of the Show”.

Class 20:               Litter class, 10 weeks – 3 months

A litter shall be judged according to the standard of the corresponding breed and according to its development. The more excellent traits are in the litter, the better the litter. Cats exhibited in this class may not be younger than 10 weeks on the first day of the show and not older than 3 months. They may be also nominated for “Best in Show Litter”.

Class 21:               Veteran class

In this class only pedigreed cats older than 8 years may be exhibited. They receive the qualification “Excellent”. They may not receive less than 95 points. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title „Best Variety Veteran“ and/or „Best in Show Veteran“.

Class 22a:              Provisionally recognized breeds

In this class all provisionally recognized breeds, with recognized colour, with provisionally recognized colour and with not recognized colour are exhibited. They may receive the qualification “Excellent” and are ranked, but do not receive any title certificate. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title „Best Variety provisionally recognized breed“ and/or „Best in Show provisionally recognized breed“.

Class 22b:             Provisionally recognized colours to recognized breeds

In this class all provisionally recognized colours for recognized breeds are exhibited. They may receive the qualification “Excellent” and are ranked, but do not receive any title certificate. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title „Best Variety provisionally recognized colour“, but do not participate in the Best in Show.

Class 23:               Breeds in process of recognition

In this class all breeds and colours are exhibited which are in the process of recognition. They may receive the qualification “Excellent” and are ranked, but do not receive any title certificate. Cats are separated by breed, colour and sex. They compete also for the title „Best Variety provisionally recognized colour“, but do not participate in the Best in Show.

Class 24:                Exhibition only

In this class all cats are shown which do not pariticipate in the competition.

 

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