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Show Results Buddy of Maine Coon Castle

date points / title Awards

23.04.2017 Title: World Champion
2 x WCAC
Sonderpreis
nom. Best in Show

22.04.2017 2 x WCAC
Anwartschaft World Champion
2 x Sonderpreis
2 x nom. Best in Show

26.03.2017 2 x WCAC
Anwartschaft World Champion
Sonderpreis
nom. Best in Show

05.02.2017 2 x WCAC
Anwartschaft World Champion
Sonderpreis
nom. Best in Show
Best in Show
Best of Best

04.02.2017 2 x WCAC
Anwartschaft World Champion
Best Variety
nom. Best in Show
Best in Show
Best of Best

19.06.2016 Title: Gr. Europa Champion
2 x GCACE
 

05.06.2016 2 x GCACE Best Variety
nom. Best in Show
Best in Show

04.06.2016 2 x GCACE nom. Best in Show
Best in Show
Best of Best

29.03.2015 Title: Europa Champion
1 x GCACE
nom. Best in Show

27.03.2015 2 x CACE nom. Best in Show

28.02.2015 2 x CACE  

25.10.2014 2 x CACE Best Variety
nom. Best in Show
Best in Show
Best of Best

28.03.2014 2 x CACE V2  

27.03.2014 Title: Gr. International Champion nominiert Best in Show
Best in Show

12.01.2014 2 x CAGCIB nom. Best in Show
Best in Show

11.01.2014 EX 1, 2 x CAGCIB nom. Best in Show

29.09.2013 Title: International Champion

 


28.09.2013 2 x CACIB

 


22.09.2013 Title: Champion
CAC

 


21.09.2013 2 x CAC

nom. Best in Show
Best in Variety


24.03.2013 CACP

nom. Best in Show
Best in Show


23.03.2013 CACP

nom. Best in Show
Best in Show


03.03.2013
02.03.2013
Title: Kittenchampion
Ex. 1 CACP
1 x Sonderpreis
1 x nom. Best in Show
1 x Best in Show

13.01.2013 CACP nom. Best in Show
Best in Show

12.01.2013 Ex. 1, CACP  

There are following titles and categories to rate a cat:
First of all the jury divides the pets in potent (Champion) and castrated cat (Premior). The rules for winning a competition can vary  between different associations/ breeding organisations. The following rules only apply to the association Felidae e.V.

CACP pub 3-6 months, title: Kittenchampion
These cats applicate for the title: Kittenchampion. Your cat needs at least 3 international or 3 national points from 3 different judges to win this trophy.

CACJ pub 6-10 months, title: Juniorchampion
These cats applicate for the title: Juniorchampion. Your cat needs at least 3 international or 3 national points from 3 different judges to win this trophy.

CAC open category 10 months and older, title: Champion or Premior
3 x CAC or 3 x CAP in Germany, points from 2 different judges.

CACIB International Champion or International Premior
3 x CACIB or 3 x CAPIB in Germany, points from 3 different judges.

CAGCIB Great International Champion or Great International Premior
5 x CAGCIB or 5 x CAGPIB in the cat's home country, 4 different judges; or
1 x CAGCIB outside Germany and 2x home country points, points from 3 different judges.

CACE Europa Champion or Europa Premior
7 x CACE or 7 x CAPE in Germany,5 different judges or 2 x CACE in 2 different countries (not Germany) + 1 home country point or 4 home country points + 1 point from a foreign country, points from 4 different judges.

GCACE Great Europe Champion or Great Europe Premior
7 x GCACE or 7 x GCAPE in Germany, 5 different judges or 2 x CACE in 2 different countries (not Germany) + 1 home country point or 4 home country points + 1 point from a foreign country, points from 4 different judges.

WCAC World Champion
10 x WCAC or 10 x WCAP in Germany, points from 7 different judges or 1x Germany, 1x foreign country, 1x foreign country on another continent. Exceptions are world exhibitions from different associations. In this case you can earn continent-, foreign country - or home country points and they will be accepted as World - or foreign country points.


Awards:
Your cat can win the following awards when your cat compete with other ones. (condition: there are enough pets to compete)

Best in Colour / Best in Variety / Best in Breed / Best in race:
condition: minimum 3 or 5 cats have to compete with each other first round: The judges nominate for race or color of the cat. second round: The nominated cats come on stage as a group- the judges decide together who the winner is. Dominating cat races are divided into by their haircolor. So a nomination is given to the cats with the best hair. Rare cat races are not divided. They compete in one big group and there is only one winner.

Best in Show:
All cats compete with each other. They are divided into their hair type, as well as age, gender and potency.

Best of Best:
All winners of the title "Best in Show" compete with each other in their race.

Best over all:
All winners of the title "Best of Best" compete with each other. The winner is the best cat at the exhibition and the best cat of the day.
Conditions and execution of the awards can vary between different associations. e.g.: the number of contestants to the number of categories. Maine Coons and Norwegian Forest Cats do often compete in their own hair category while Siam/ OHK and their relatives have most of the time a category on their own if there are enough animals to compete.
All winners receive a certification or a annotation in the judges' report and a trophy. The size of the trophy represents the importance of the award.

Special Shows have always a separate competition for certain races also named "Best in Show"

Every judge can nominate one of his rated cat for one of the different categories. He is also allowed to nominate the same cat for more than one category for instance "Best Variety" and "Best in Show". All nominated cats are presented together in front of the judges. The judges must have a legal judge license for the correspondent race for decision making. If there is only one cat nominated than all the other judges have to confess this nomination.

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