The man in charge, and consequently cat-fancier-in-chief, is Steven Meserve, 42, an affable PR company director, originally from the US, but resident in London for 20 years and owner of the world’s highest ranking kitten – a doe-eyed American shorthair with the unlikely moniker, Mowgleaves Stonehenge (Mowgleaves being his breeder’s name, Stonehenge because he is British).
The LondonCats Show is a spectacle in the honour of our furry loved ones, providing visitors with a unique opportunity to get to know their favourite breeds such as Persian, British Shorthair and Maine Coons. Visitors will also be able to discover a world of more exotic and rare breeds such as Bengals, Sphynx and the only UK LYKOI or “Werewolf cat”. But the Cat World is not exclusive to feline owners; Academy 4 Dogs has kindly sponsored a dog crèche for all dog owners to enter the CAT WORLD and enjoy The LondonCats Show.
The LondonCats show is a spectacle in the honour of our furry loved ones , providing visitors with a unique opportunity to get to know their favourite breeds such as Persian, British shorthair and Maine Coons.
We have once again booked ourselves onto an upcoming cat show! This time around we are attending one of the fabulous cat shows organised by LondonCats in Leatherhead, Surrey on the 7th & 8th of January 2017.
We are very much looking forward to the show and will make sure to bring along a selection of cat toys, treats and of course our Katzenworld merchandise.
More than 220 cats spanning over 50 breeds will be at the show, ranging from Persians, British Shorthairs and Maine Coons to Bengals, Sphynxes and the UK’s only Lykoi, or ‘werewolf cat’. Mowgleaves Stonehenge, an American Shorthair famous as the world’s highest-ranking kitten, will also be on site, now competing in the adult category in his quest to win the international ‘best cat’ title.
Time to get spooky and sweet. Lyoki cats, an emerging kind of cat for the past several years, are the belle of the ball at this year’s LondonCats show, an event created to show off rare cat breeds, according to The Telegraph.