Draco did very well again at the Kendal show a few weeks ago. He won first in his open but did not receive his final PC but we will keep trying. He won three seconds in his side classes beating some more experienced cats on the bench. His grandfather was in the pen next to him so it was a nice little family reunion at the Kendal show, we could see where Draco gets his good looks and sweet nature from.
We had a very successful day at the Durham County Cat Club show yesterday. Draco came first in his open class and won his second PC. In his side classes he came first and then received two seconds. We are very proud and excited as we are only one certificate way from him been a Premier. Elva also did incredible well at her first show, she won first in her open but wasn’t quite good enough to receive B.O.B or a PC; she also received a first, a second and a third in her side classes. Esme had a good day too, she is getting use to been shown, she came third again in her open and received three more thirds in her side classes. We want to thank all of the judges at the show and thank friends for their support. There are photos on the cat pages for your enjoyment. We are now looking forward to the Kendal Show in June, where Draco will hopefully do well again.
We have a lot of news to share today. I should have done this a little while ago, but we have been rather busy. It is officially 26 days until our next show; we are attending the Durham County Cat Club Show in Sunderland at the Nissan Sports Centre. We will be debuting our Blue Girl, Elva at the show and also joining her will be Draco and Esme. We are hoping for some good results, so please wish us luck!
We have also been sent to us from Riobelle Siamese; Jo wanted to show us how our new girl is doing. Lyra looks wonderful and we will be visiting her on the 12th of May.
Laokind Siamese- updated by Alex