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Burmese cat shows: Classes & titles

Burmese kittens for sale in the UK
Burmese kittens for sale in the UK

Official GCCF Titles

Champion'CH'
Grand Champion 'GRCH'
Imperial Grand Champion 'IGRCH'
UK Grand Champion 'UK GRCH'
UK & Imperial Grand Champion 'UK IGRCH'

Premier 'PR'
Grand Premier 'GRPR'
Imperial Grand Premier 'IGRPR'
UK Grand Premier 'UK GRPR'
UK & Imperial Grand Premier 'UK IGRPR'

Colours

Brown (27)
Blue (27a)
Chocolate (27b)
Lilac (27c)
Red (27d)
Cream (27f)
Brown Tortoiseshell (27g)
AOC (Any Other Colour) Tortoiseshell

Best In Show awards

Best Burmese Adult and Overall Adult
Best Burmese Kitten
Best Burmese Neuter

Classes

Open Classes

These classes are open to all untitled cats.

Grand Class

Open to cats who have a Champion/Premier title.

Imperial Grand Class

Open to cats who have a Grand Champion/Grand Premier title.

Olympian Class

Open to cats who have a full Imperial Grand Champion/Imperial Grand Premier title.

Definitions

Cats

Must be no less than nine months old on the day of the actual show.

Kittens

Must be no less than 14 weeks old and no more than nine months old on the day of the actual show (see note below).

Neuter Adults

Neutered adults may only enter Neuter Classes (see note below).

Miscellaneous Classes

Novice

Cats that have not won a first prize in any Class at a show.

Limit

Cats that have not won more than four first prizes in any Class at a show.

Debutante

Cats that have not been shown before at a show (see note below).

Maiden

Cats who have yet to win a place in any Class (first, second or third) at a show.

Breeders

Cats who have been bred by the exhibitor (see note below).

Junior

Cats must be over nine months and under two years old on the day of the actual show.

Senior

Cats must be two years old or more on the day of the actual show.

All classes and shows refered to on this page are assumed to be held under GCCF rules.

There are a few caveats regarding some of the classes listed above, you can find full details and plenty more information regarding cat shows at the GCCF website.