EARLY BIRD( REGISTER BEFORE 30th September 2010)
Entry fees 12ring RM420 for all breed Pedigree Cat & 12ring RM180.00 for all breed HHP will be compete in three category Kitten, Adult, Alter (Kitten & Alter TICA official show)
HHP TICA registered entitle for TICA TitleMaster (MS)
Grand Master (GRM)
Double Grand Master (DGM)
Triple Grand Master (TGM)
Quadruple Grand Master (QGM)
Supreme Grand Master (SGM)
All hhp point will be send to TICA USA,
For Pedigree TICA Title
Grand Champion (GRC)
Double Grand Champion (DGC)
Triple Grand Champion (TGC)
Quadruple Grand Champion (QGC)
Supreme Grand Champion (SGC)
All point will be send to TICA USA,
NORMAL ENTRY FEES
12ring RM 660.00 for Pedigree & 12ring RM 300.00 for HHP
A lot of prices to be win !
Please be aware the short list is just for guidance and we can give no assurances that this list is definitive in its nature, if you are unsure of the plant type or species you should obtain specialist advice and keep your cat or kitten away from the plant until such time that you have made your enquiries.
This cat is a perfect addition to the family if you are looking for a calm, gentle friend who doesn't demand continuous attention. Although quiet, these intelligent creatures are very affectionate, confident and aware of their surroundings. They have a playful nature (especially when kittens) but are also quite happy to be a 'lap cat' if someone at home is sitting down.
British Shorthairs love company and like to know someone is around. (Usually so they can be fed!) They are especially gentle and placid around children and other domestic animals and do not make much noise unless there is something wrong, like they're hungry. They are quite happy to be house cats as long as they aren't left alone all the time, they also enjoy a little time chasing leaves and climbing in the garden.
Brits can be quite shy to begin with but when they become more familiar with their surroundings they are extremely loyal pets. Many cats of other breeds tend to bond with just one person in a family rather than everyone, but British Shorthairs show their affection to the whole household.
Abyssinian Guinea Pigs, Rough Haired and Roseetted Abyssinian Guinea Pigs has a very unique appearance. The coat of Abyssinian Guinea Pigs is made up of multiple swirls of hair. Abyssinian Guinea Pigs fur is quite dense compare with normal guinea pig, and it radiates in circles from multiple points on the body to make up a series of whirls , as common called as rosettes. For the show standard, Abyssinian Guinea Pigs must have a minimum of 8 rosettes, in a symmetrical pattern. Most Abyssinian Guinea Pigs look like they have moustaches, a cap and a tutu on. Hairless guinea pigs Hairless guinea pigs have no or little hair. They are mainly found in Armerica but are likely to be found in Europe and the rest of the world.
Most special diets contain one type of fiber to help move bulk through the intestines (nonfermentable). Nonfermentable fiber, such as cellulose, isn’t broken down by the normal bacteria in a cat’s intestines. Instead it passes through the digestive tract, helping other material, such as hair, move along as well. Other special diets contain a combination of nonfermentable fiber and another type of fiber (moderately fermentable). Moderately fermentable fiber, such as beet pulp, helps move bulk and helps provide nourishment to intestinal cells which, in turn, helps maintain intestinal health.
The first, and most basic, step to help reduce the risk of hairball formation in cats is frequent brushing. By brushing away loose hair, you can reduce the amount of hair your cat will ingest. Therefore, you also reduce the chance that the hair will gather in the digestive tract.
Some cats groom themselves and their housemates. Therefore, it’s a good idea to brush all the cats in your house. Baths or professional grooming during a change in season help by ridding the cat of the loose hair from normal, seasonal shedding.