Admission:  Adults $6.00, Seniors/STUDENTS $5.00 cHILDREN OVER 12 $4.00;   Children 12 and under are free.
Active Military admission is free - $1.00 off military family members

Donate a can of cat food for the shelter and receive $1.00 off.



August 30th and August 31st , 2014

DCU Center Info

City: Worcester

Country: United States Of America

State: Massachusetts

Zip: 01608

Many different and unique Breeds plus a lot of your favorite breeds. 12  Rings of Competition. Vendors with unique cat items. Many local shelters. Cats for adoption.

Annual Show for TICA with exhibitors and judges from around the world.  New Breeds of Cats, Educational Ring, Cat food Vendors.  Can purchase tickets through Event Brite or at the door.   Discounts are only available at the door.

Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 Am to 5:00 PM -   


Current List of Breeds Attending:  

Household Pets, Abyssinian, American Bobtail, American Bobtail Shorthair, American Shorthair, Austrialian Mis, Balinese, Bengal, Birman, Bombay, British Longhair, British Shorthair, Burmese, Burmill, Chartreux, Chausie, Cornish Rex, Devon, Rec, Donskoy, Exotic Shorthair, havana, Himalayan, Japanese Bobtail, Japanese Bobtail Longhair,  Kuiliran Bobtail, Kurilian Bobtail Longhair, Maine Coon, Maine Coon polydactyl, Minskin, Munchkin Longhair, Napoleon, Norwegian Forest Cat, Ocicat, Oriental Longhair, Oriental Shorthair, Persian,
Peterbald, Pixiebob, Russian Blue, Savannah, Scottish Fold, Scottish Fold Longhair, Scottish Straight Longhair, Selkirk Rex, Selfirk Rex Longhair, Siamese, Siberian, Singapura, Snowshoe, Somali, Sphynx, Thai, Tonkinese, Toyger, Turkish Van.


What do the ribbons mean?

Judges first judge the cat by color, then by division (examples of divisions are:  Tabby, tabby and white, silver, pointed, pointed and white, solid and white and so forth.    These are all within a single breed.   After all the cats in that category:  kittens, championship class, alter class, household pet kittens, household pets.  The judge then will bring up their top cats in that competitive class.

These are color awards and depending upon how many cats are in that same color, the judge will place the top five.

When the judge is done judging a breed group:  i.e. Maine Coons then they then pick the top three in division.

When the judge has done with the divisions in a group then they award the top three Best of Breeds.