Thursday 01 June 2023

Feline prowess on display at this weekend’s cat show

Adored as divine symbols in Egypt and prized as mousers throughout the centuries, cats have always possessed an air of mystery and this weekend 70 felines plan to use their powers to mesmerise judges during the Coral Jubilee Show.

Organised by the Malta Feline Guardians Club, the show is open to breeds registered with the World Cat Federation where they will be scrutinised on breed characteristics, temperament, health, grooming, and other factors.

The international judges, who will be flying to Malta from South Africa and Lithuania, will also be awarding the title for the most beautiful feline, during the show being held at the Renaissance Hall, Montekristo Estates, Triq Ħal Farruġ, Siġġiewi, on Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26, between 10am and 6pm.

Several felines — among them Bengals, British shorthairs, Exotics, Maine Coons, Ragdolls, Persians, Norwegian Forests, Siberians, and more — will be showing off their beauty in the hope of clinching one of the top prizes,

The show is a chance for cat lovers to showcase the unique beauty of each breed and learn about each one’s personality characteristics.

Over the weekend, the organisers are hosting a one-of-a-kind Coral Master Ring, where the two best-rated cats on both days will win the official title of WCF Coral Master. All cats can take part in the ring, regardless of gender, age and breed, with a special focus on the sweetness and affection of these much-loved pets.

Admission to the cat show is free. For more information visit or call 9990 1846.

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