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International Cat Show To Bring Exotic Breeds To OKC

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Many exotic breeds of cats will be featured at the "International Cat Show" on October 20th and 21st in Oklahoma City.

Hosted by the Red River Rascal Cat Club, the "International Cat Show" will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both days, at the Oklahoma City Animal Resource Center, located at 7949 S. I-35 Service Road.

The show will feature an agility trial ring, plus six judging rings for Championship, Alter, Kitten and Household Pet Cats. Visitors will also be able to see several exotic breeds, such as the Cupie Doll Highlander, the current world's best Pixiebob, Regional Best Bengal Alter and Persian, as well as 130 Aby to Sphynx cats.

Organizers say many cats and kittens will be up for adoption on both days. Purebred kittens will be on sale at the show as well.

The International Cat Show will benefit "Hands Helping Paws of Norman," and Fort Worth Feline Rescue.

Tickets are $5 for adults, and $3 for Seniors over the age of 65, veterans and children between age 6 and 12.

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