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The All About Cats Expo will be inside the Bricker Building! All 3 days March 10th -12th 2023.

There will be 250 cats to compete in an Official Judged TICA CAT SHOW!

We will have a Parade at the Breed's stage where owners will speak about their cat's breed.

A Cats 101 area where you can learn even more about cats!

CatBoss will be there giving high fives and teaching you how to get your cat doing tricks!

We will have cat agility sponsored by and TICA! For more info contact Diane!

Diane Wingerter


 Cat Agility

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Cats are fast. They are natural sprinters, so it is exciting to watch cats do agility. House cats can run at top speeds of around 30 miles (48 km) per hour. This is a comparable maximum running speed to those of white tail deer, warthogs

and grizzly bears. It is also the top speed achieved by track star Usain Bolt.


Cats are excellent jumpers. The average housecat can jump 6-times its height. Dogs 1-times. Humans only 1-times.

Cats learn quickly. They have a very long short-term memory (16 hours for cats, 10 minutes for dogs).

Once they have learned the course, they sometimes will do a clean run by themselves.


Cats have excellent short-distance visual focus and accuracy (so do foxes),

because they are low to the ground and pounce on prey.


Dogs are pack animals who take orders and do the obstacles only as ordered by the handler.

Cats do agility because it is their decision.

Cat Boss

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