Scott says we are moving howse soon but I don’t fink we can lift it!
Hi evfurrybody it’s Oliver! I have to tell yoo that Ruby has been very norty. Scott had all the windows open today as it was a lovely sunny day owtside. Scott finks a fly came in the window and it made us all crazy…
We are sorry we made a big noise. Scott is glad that he is going antique shopping in the Peak District in a couple of weeks. He has added a couple of fings to his list.
You see, in honour of my birthday we have adopted a tiger in Nepal with the World Wildlife Fund.
Kamrita lives in the Chitwan National Park in southern Nepal.
We hope you have a great day!
We hope you are having a good day!
Well hello there this is Rose! Normally it’s Ruby who is naughty, so when Scott saw one of us jump on the kitchen bench he assumed it was her and said “Ruby -No!”. Tee hee!
By the way this isn’t a picture from Scott’s new flashy box, it’s from his new iPad Mini! It has games for cats on it and I LOVE playing with it!
Well hello there! This is Rose.
You know, I am a little upset that it has taken Scott four months to allow me to post about my adventure but better late than never! Let me tell you about the 2012 GCCF Supreme Show held in Birmingham late last November.
It was a very long day. Scott was up at 4:30 in the morning and we left the house at about 6am. I took over two hours to drive to Birmingham but I was fairly quiet in the back of the car. We had our house guests Pam and Gerald with us for company and support. After the vetting in process they set up my pen and decorated it with these beautiful drapes that Auntie Jane lent us. The Supreme Show is different to other shows: not only is it a national rather than regional show, you are also allowed to decorate the pen. The theme for this show was “Diamonds are Forever” but I just had a regular decorated pen rather than a theme-based one.
The show is enormous and there are large judging rings, hundreds of entrants and many displays and stalls.
Later that morning I was removed from my display pen and taken into the judging ring.
I was placed in a judging pen and when it was my turn the steward presented me to the judge.
Some people had gone to great lengths to decorate their pens according to the theme.
Later all of the cats awarded Best of Variety went into the final Supreme judging. The Best in Show 2012 went to a beautiful Orange Eyed White Persian but Scott didn’t get a picture of her. You can see one here though.
Following my success at the Supreme, as well as being awarded the Championship Title of Premier last year, Scott and I have decided to retire from the show circuit. It was great fun while it lasted though!
Love and hugs to all our old friends in the cat blogosphere – especially my boyfriend Genji!