Next Saturday LondonCats is coming to Maidstone in Kent (UK) for their 12th International Cat Show.
While we are sadly not there this time we can promise you that there will be something for every cat lover present and many of our friends will be there running stalls and showing their cats. So do check out the details below and pay them a visit. 🙂
LondonCats 13th International Show Comes to Maidstone!
The LondonCats International Show is touring the UK and their next stop is Maidstone! The felines will be in town with a mission to stage, reward and celebrate our purrfect companions. They will be taking over Maidstone Market Hall for an intimate event on the 20th and the 21st of July 2019, where visitors can share the love with more than 100 cats of over 50 different breeds.
This event is associated with TICA (The International Cat Association), which sanctions hundreds of cat shows annually across the globe and in 104 countries. TICA currently recognizes 71 breeds of cats and is the largest registry of pedigree and household pet cats in the world.
Amongst the 50 different breeds of cat at our show, there will be some of your favourites such as the Bengal, British Short Hair, Maine Coon and Sphynx all under one roof competing for the ultimate prize of Best Kitten, Best Cat, Best Alter and Best Household Pet.
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; FOX PUZZLES LONDON, HAPPYHOUSE CATS, BOBBLEICIOUS BOUTIQUE, PETS&PODS, BENGAL CAT WORLD, SILLY BILLY&ADELPHI TOYS!
The cat show will be held in Maidstone Market Hall, ME16 8LW and will be open to the public from 9am to 5pm on both Saturday and Sunday.
The market is about a 10-minute walk from Maidstone High Street.
There is parking at the market. Or you can use the Barker Road Car Park or any of the other car parks in the town. The nearest train station to the market is Maidstone West. More information about train services to Maidstone can be found on the National Rail website.
Tickets are available on the door or online, from the LondonCats website. The online prices are £12 for adults and £6 for children.