CFA Great Lakes - Historical Footnotes

HISTORICAL FOOTNOTES

The Dayton Cat Club, a member club of the United Cat Clubs of America, Inc. (formed by Mrs. Gertrude Taylor and others in 1938), held a show on November 16-17, 1935. Note that "Shipped in entries given special attention..."

Dayton Cat Club
From All-Pets Magazine, October 1935
Courtesy of The CFA Foundation, Inc.


The Cincinnati Cat Club was active in CFA in the early 1940's.

Cincinnati Cat Club
From All-Pets Magazine, January 1940
Courtesy of The CFA Foundation, Inc.


A report on the first show held by the Cleveland Cat Fanciers' Club in November 1939.

Cleveland Cat Club
From All-Pets Magazine, January, 1940
Courtesy of The CFA Foundation, Inc.


According to the show report above for Cleveland Cat Fanciers' Club's first show, Double Champion Rosecrest's Little Pal of Smoke Land, a chinalla Persian male, was Best Cat. The ad also notes that he was Best Cat at the December, 1938 Beresford Cat Club show as well. He was owned by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Diebel of Toldao, but was bred by Mrs. Charles Naylor of Alliance.

Rose Crests Little Pal
From All-Pets Magazine, March, 1940
Courtesy of The CFA Foundation, Inc.


The photo below is of G. Princess Riffer, of Plymouth, Michigan. She is shown with 'Black Bear of La Petite Mansion', a black Persian male born April 28, 1938, and 'Candykid of La Petite Mansion', a cream Persian male born APril 15, 1941.

G PRincess Riffe
From All-Pets Magazine, March, 1942
Courtesy of The CFA Foundation, Inc.


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