Pussyfooting around in Holon

Sharett Center in Holon will host Royal Cat Club show featuring wide variety of felines on display of all sizes, colors and hirsuteness.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
August 29, 2013 13:29
Royal Cat Club

Royal Cat Club. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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If furry feline creatures are your thing, you should get yourself down to the Royal Cat Club show at the Sharett Center in Holon on Saturday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

There will be a wide variety of cats on display of all sizes, colors and hirsuteness, with breeds that originate from all over the globe.

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There is, for example, the highly distinctive-looking Ukrainian Levkoy, which has inward folding ears and little to no hair.

These cats are of medium size with a longish body and have a muscular and slender appearance.

Meanwhile, the Ragdoll variety, which hails from the US, is a much furrier creature with blue eyes and a distinct colorpoint coat. It is a large and muscular cat with a soft, silky coat.

For tickets and more information: (04) 951-4279, (04) 955-3428 and 054-919-0260

http://www.isracats.com/

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