Show Classes

Following competitions are available in WCF:

Class A: WORLD CHAMPION
PH Cats shown in this class look for “Best of variety” and/or “Best in Show”. They could have “Price of honor”.

Class B: WORLD PREMIOR
PH Cats shown in this class look for “Best Neuter” and/or “Best in Show Neuter”. They could have “Price of honor”.

Class 1: GREAT EUROPE CHAMPION (Gr. Europe Champion)
CACM Cats shown in this class look for World Championate. They must have points from three international shows (legitimated for CACM of WCF) in three different countries from three different judges. One country must be outside Europe.
Necessary are 98 Points from Standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety” and/or “Best in Show”. They could have “Price of honor”.


Class 2: GREAT EUROPE PREMIOR (Gr. Europe Premior)
CAPM Cats shown in this class look for World Championate Premior.
They must have points from three international shows (legitimated for CACM of WCF) in three different countries from three different judges. One country must be outside Europe.
Necessary are 98 Points from Standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety Neuter ” and/or “Best in Show Neuter”. They could have “Price of honor”.

Class 3: EUROPE CHAMPION (Europe Champion)
GCACE Cats shown in this class look for Great Continetal Championate. They must have points from three international shows in three different countries from three different judges.
Necessary are 97 Points from standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety” and/or “Best in Show”.

Class 4: EUROPE PREMIOR (Europe Premior)
GCAPE Cats shown in this class look for Great Continential Premior.
They must have points from three international shows in three different countries from three different judges. Necessary are 97 Points from standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety Neuter ” and/or “Best in Show Neuter”.


Class 5: GREAT INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION
CACE Cats shown in this class look for Continential Championate.
They must have points from three international shows in three different countries from three different judges. Necessary are 97 Points from standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety ” and/or “Best in Show”.

Class 6: GREAT INTERNATIONAL PREMIOR
CAPE Cats shown in this class look for Continental Premior.
They must have points from three international shows in three different countries from three different judges. Necessary are 97 Points from standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety ” and/or “Best in Show Neuter”.


Class 7: INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION
CAGCIB Cats shown in this class look for Great International Championate.
They must have points from three international shows in two different countries from three different judges. Necessary are 97 Points from standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety ” and/or “Best in Show”.

Class 8: INTERNATIONAL PREMIOR
CAGPIB Cats shown in this class look for Great International Premior.
They must have points from three international shows in two different countries from three different judges. Necessary are 97 Points from standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety Neuter” and/or “Best in Show Neuter”.

Class 9: CHAMPION
CACIB Cats shown in this class look for International Championate.
They must have points from three international shows in two different countries from two different judges. Necessary are 95 Points from standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety” and/or “Best in Show”.

Class 10: PREMIOR
CAPIB Cats shown in this class look for International Premior.
They must have points from three international shows in two different countries from two different judges. Necessary are 95 Points from standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety” and/or “Best in Show”.


Class 11: OPEN CLASS (up from 10 Month)
CAC Cats shown in this class look for Championate.
They must have points from three national or international shows from three different judges. Necessary are 93 Points from standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety” and/or “Best in Show”.

Class 12: NEUTER CLASS
CAP Cats shown in this class look for Premior.
They must have points from three national shows from three different judges. Necessary are 93 Points from standard.
Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety Neuter” and/or “Best in Show Neuter”.


Class 13: KITTEN (6 – 10 month)
Cats shown in this class must be on the first day of the show minimum 6 month old and must be registered within LO or RIEX from an accepted organization. They may not be older than 10 months on the first day of the show. Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety 6 – 10 month” and/or “Best in Show 6 – 10 month”.

Class 14: KITTEN (3 – 6 month)
Cats shown in this class must be on the first day of the show minimum 3 month old and must be registered within LO or RIEX from an accepted organization. They may not be older than 6 months on the first day of the show. Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional “Best of variety 3 – 6 month” and/or “Best in Show 3 – 6 month”.

Class 14a: BABY (10 weeks – 3 month)
Cats shown in this class must be on the first day of the show minimum 10 weeks old and mustn’t be older than 3 month. They must be registered within LO or RIEX from an accepted organization. Judgement by sex and number of races.
They could have additional and/or “Best in Show – Baby”.

Class 15: LITTER
A litter is to be judged in respect to standard and development. If there are three inside race available each aged on the first day of the show minimum 10 weeks. They mustn`t be older than 3 months. A nomination for “BEST in Show LITTER” is possible”

Class 16: NOVICE
A uncalssified cat can be shown within the own organisation, aged minimum 6 month, under control of breeder panel. A judge has to report about this cat. She could be shown only one time to be classified. Counter-signature from another, international judge of the same variety is necessary. The result of the judging must be “Excellent” to introduce this cat into RIEX.

Class 17: DETERMINATION CLASS
Kitten aged 3 month and more could be shown for determination of colors. There should be no classification, only by order.

Class 18: HOUSEHOLD PETS