Join us at the LondonCats International Cat Show & Expo this May!

Hi everyone,

With just over a month to go before the big LondonCats show we are back for another chance to win a pair of tickets for you and a friend PLUS some great cat toys including special Street Cat Bob themed toys!

But before we go into details of how to win this fabulous prize please find below details about the cat show:

LondonCats is Clawing Traditional Cat Fancy into the 21st Century

A London Based Cat Company are pushing aside the out-dated cat show and are taking over London with a revolutionary event they call a ‘Cat Extravaganza’.

This May 04/05 in Tobacco Dock they will feature over 50 cat breeds, 7 international judges, food and drink from London’s best food trucks and Instagram’s cat celebrities, this is a cat show like you have never seen before! So shake off the preconceptions of old ladies, white coats and clipboards before you hear about the biggest cat expo in all of Europe and the first event of its kind in the UK…

Traditionally, the cat show is a fairly private affair. With judging done in secret and little for the general public to enjoy. LondonCats is associated with TICA (The International Cat Association), an organisation which accepts over 70 different breeds of cat worldwide. TICA is also growing their Household Pet exhibitors with prestigious trophies to be won by the unassuming moggie.

Want to get involved in cat showing without a pedigree cat? TICA has the largest registry of household cats. Your moggie could be the next superstar! This event is truly all inclusive and changing the face of the cat fancy.

TICA judges are flashy, flamboyant and super interactive with their audience. At the LondonCats International Show there are 7 judging rings that play host to prestigious judges from all over the world. Here they talk through the secrets of the most beautiful cats in the world to over 200 spectators at a time. LondonCats founder Steven Meserve is a TICA judge and making waves for his forward thinking:

The cat show won’t be the only entertainment of the weekend. There is also cat agility where you can watch cats jump through hoops and doing tricks or meet a real cat celebrity guest like James Bowen and a Street Cat Named Bob while enjoying some street food.

For those who want to give something back to their beloved four-legged friends there will be plenty of ways to spoil them with treats and gifts from a multitude of vendors; PurrForm Premium Raw Cat Food, Basil The Bionic Cat, the internationally renowned cat blogger Katzenworld, Auto Pet, Dr. Elsey’s and lots more.

The show will be open to the public from 9am to 5pm  on both Saturday and Sunday.

Tickets are available on the door or online, from the LondonCats website.

Of course we will have plenty of products to choose from on the day including some brand new ones not seen at events before!

But now on to the giveaway!

To be in for a chance to win a pair of tickets PLUS 4cats toys including a special Street Cat Bob toy complete as many of the actions below as you can.

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But be quick… entries finish on the 25th of March at 12.00 mid-day UK time.

Don’t want to wait to find out if you’ve won tickets? Grab yourself tickets now with our special 20% discount KW20 during checkout on the LondonCats website!



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8 thoughts on “Join us at the LondonCats International Cat Show & Expo this May!

  1. John Smith says:

    I won’t be in London, alas, but I much appreciate the main photo! I have always been a fan of the rare Bedraggled Lemur Cat of Madagascar!

  2. simon7banks says:

    This may have been a wonderful show, but the promotional language gives me an uneasy feeling in the stomach (that’s polite language). What’s wrong with old ladies? With clipboards? Is the old-fashioned automatically worse than the fashionable? As for cats jumping through hoops, I prefer the human version.

    • Marc-André says:

      Oh there was no jumping through hoops. They did have cat agility but that’s much more about cats doing what they like doing. Jumping over Box type things and chasing toys. ?

      And nothing wrong with old ladies. It’s more about getting rid of the stigma of cat shows in the UK which people think is all about judging and numbers. 😉

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