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					                          LANCASHIRE CAT CLUB - 10.3.2012 - MRS ANNE GREGORY
What a great time I had in Wigan! I thank all concerned for the excellent hospitality. I had some beautiful
cats to judge and, with Jean Lamb as my steward, I also spent a thoroughly enjoyable day too. Thank you so
much for your excellent company and expertise Jeanie …. I look forward to the next time we work together.
AV IMPERIAL GRAND CHAMPION, FEMALE
OLY WILSHAW’S UK & OLYMPIAN BRONZE IMPERIAL GRAND CHAMPION ROSSIKHAN CUPCAKE, 27b, F,
16.8.2007. A truly scrumptious chocolate Burmese female who just exuded star quality and confidence! She
was hiding under a pile of blankets and I said, “What have we here?” Well, she heard a voice and just came
out, purred like an engine and started to kiss my face and head-butt me!!!! She has exquisite type with a
short wedge having excellent width at the cheek bones and a blunt finish to the muzzle. The top of her
head was slightly rounded as was her brow. The ears were medium in size, broad at the base and rounded
at the tips. They were set well apart to continue the lines of the upper part of the face. In profile they had a
slight forward tilt. She had a distinct nose break and excellent depth to her chin. Her eyes were large and
lustrous, set well apart with the top line slanting towards the nose and the lower line generously rounded.
The hall lighting was not kind to eye colour but it looked to be chartreuse. There was excellent depth to the
head. She had excellent head carriage. Her body was of medium length, hard and muscular with a rounded
chest and a straight back. Her legs were slender and elegant with neat, oval paws. The tail tapered to a
rounded tip and was of balanced length. She was a beautiful, even chocolate that was warm in tone. The
coat was short, fine and glossy; it was close-lying. She was in excellent condition and had a superb
temperament.
RES: PROUT’S IMPERIAL GRAND CHAMPION SKELLUM TWILIGHT RUBY, 21, F, 19.8.2006
Another beauty of excellent type; she was compact and solid with cobby type and strong boning although
essentially feminine and attractive. The skull had breadth and balance with a round face and full cheeks.
Her neat ears were rounded at the tips and set well apart in the rounded contours of the head. She had a
short, broad nose and her forehead was nicely rounded. Her eyes were large, round and well-opened
although the hall light was not flattering as to the depth of colour. She had a strong chin and a rounded
muzzle. Her neck was short and thick. She had a strong body with a level back and deep chest. She stood
low on short, sturdy legs with firm, round paws. The tail was thick and an excellent length to give overall
balance. Her coat was short, dense and crisp. She had excellent rich red mingling through the dense black
giving her a beautiful tortie coat. She was shown in excellent condition and had a wonderful personality …
another female well worthy of this prestigious award and unlucky to meet the winner.
AC BRITISH PREMIER, MALE
1 GPR McCOLL’S PREMIER KINSONKITZ MOONSHINE, 39, MN, 17.2.2006
A very balanced and handsome Tippy of excellent type with a lovely expression; his head had breadth and
his face was round with full, round cheeks and well developed muzzle. The top of his head was rounded
with neat ears set well apart in the contours. His nose was short and broad and there was reasonable depth
to the chin. His eyes were large, round and well-opened. They were a beautiful shade of green with black
eye liner to emphasise their size and expression. The nose leather was brick. He had a strong, cobby body
with solid muscle and strong boning. The back was short and level and the chest had depth. He stood low
on strong, well-boned legs with round, firm paws. The tail was thick, of medium length and rounded at the
tip. His coat was dense and crisp. It was reasonably short. He was heavily but evenly tipped and the
undercoat was a clean, pale silver. He was beautifully presented in excellent condition and had a sweet
temperament.
AC BRITISH PREMIER, FEMALE
1 GPR MOORE’S CHAMPION & PREMIER VALPETINA PICKNMIX, 21, FN, 8.7.2003
An attractive tortie with both type and balance; her head was broad with a round face and cheeks. Her ears
were neat and set well apart in the rounded contours of the head. She had a short, broad nose and good
depth to the chin. Her eyes were large, round and well-opened. They were very expressive. She had full,
round cheeks and a nicely rounded muzzle. Her neck was short and thick. She had a cobby body with solid
muscle and strong boning. She had strong legs and firm, round paws. Her tail was thick with a rounded tip
but marginally short for overall balance. She had a reasonably dense coat that was crisp in texture but she
was beginning to moult. She was an excellent example of a tortie with rich red and dense black that was
well mingled. She was shown in excellent condition apart from the moult and had an excellent
temperament too.
RES: BERRY’S PREMIER MAWBRITZ STARLIGHT, 40 14, FN, 26.4.2010
This female was very attractive and of good type overall but she did miss out compared with the maturity
of the tortie female. Her head had breadth and the face was round with full cheeks and a rounded muzzle
but at present she is slightly long in the body which affected her overall balance. She had neat ears that
were well spaced in the rounded contours of the head. The nose was short and broad and the chin had
depth. Her eyes were well-opened, large and round. The colour was a pale blue. She had a well-muscled
body with strong, sturdy legs and round paws. The tail balanced well. She had a beautiful coat that was
short, dense and crisp. She had an attractive tabby-pointed pattern and good contrast. She was shown in
excellent condition and had a delightful temperament.
CINNAMON OR FAWN SELF ADULT, MALE
1 CC + BOB STEPHENSON’S MALSOME YO-YO, 15k, M, 7.5.2011
A young male who is developing well with cobby compact type and firm muscle tone; his head is
broadening well and the face was round with full cheeks and muzzle. His ears were neat with rounded tips
and spaced well apart in the rounded contours of the head. His eyes were large, we-opened and expressive.
The colour was a bright orange. He had a short, broad nose and good depth to the chin. His body was solid
with a short, straight back and depth to the chest. He stood reasonably low on strong legs with a good tail
to balance. His coat was dense and crisp. It was a rich cinnamon and virtually sound on his back although
there were paler roots down the sides. He was beautifully presented in excellent condition and was
confident and friendly.
CINNAMON OR FAWN SELF ADULT, FEMALE
1 CC PARRY’S JAYDA DE PRESTON, 15k, F, 1.6.2011
Only just an adult but this female was a good size, weight and substance for her age. Her head had breadth
and the face is round with full cheeks and a rounded muzzle. The ears were neat and well placed In the
head contours. She had beautiful eyes, large, well-opened and very expressive. She had a short, broad nose
but the chin could be firmer. She had a compact body with very good muscle and strength. She stood low
on sturdy legs and her tail balanced. She had a short, crisp coat that was a rich, spicy cinnamon but it was
not sound. She was in excellent condition and had a sweet temperament.
DILUTE TORTIE ADULT
1CC & BOB MANN’S SULALCO LADY-SIBIL VIMES, 28, F, 28.3.2009
A pleasing blue-cream of good type and balance overall; she had a very good head showing breadth of skull
and her face was round with full cheeks and a rounded muzzle. Her ears were neat and set well apart in the
contours of her head. She had large eyes, well-opened and expressive. They were an excellent deep orange
tone. Her nose was short and broad and her chin had reasonable depth. She had a short, thick neck and a
compact, cobby body. She stood low on strong legs with round paws. Her tail was thick and a good length
to balance with a rounded tip. She had a dense coat that was short and crisp. The blue was medium and the
cream pastel. The two colours were well mingled apart from a patch on her neck. She was shown in
excellent condition and had a good temperament.
2 WILD’S APATCHICAT MORGEUSE, 28, F, 28.3.2011
A young female who is maturing well; her head is developing well. The skull has breadth and the face round
with full cheeks and a rounded muzzle. The chin could be firmer. She had neat ears spaced well apart in the
rounded contours of the head. The forehead was rounded and her nose short, broad and straight. She had
a cobby body with solid muscle tone and promising boning to the legs. The tail balanced well. The coat was
short, dense and crisp with a lovely feel to it. She was a medium blue that was sound and the cream was
pale and powdery. It was well intermingled though she had a large patch on the rear left foot and leg. I feel
she has promise though. She was beautifully presented in excellent condition and had a lovely
temperament.
3 FIGGINS’ HINDERSLYNE OF HYSSOP, 28, F, 14.7.2008
This female had a lovely top of head with well-spaced, neat ears that fitted well into the rounded contours
but her muzzle narrowed which spoiled the overall balance. She had beautiful eyes that were large, round
and expressive. The colour was a deep copper. She had a short, broad nose and a reasonable chin. Her
body was muscular and strong with very good boning and a medium, thick tail to balance. The coat was
dense and crisp. It was reasonably short but it was a dark blue with silver tipping. The cream was very well
intermingled. She was well shown in excellent condition and had a lovely temperament.
BROWN SPOTTED ADULT
BOB ABSALOM’S GRAND CHAMPION WELMAR BALTI, 30, F, 16.5.2009
A very attractive female of excellent type and quality; she was cobby, compact and strong with excellent
boning and solid muscle. She could have had a stronger chin for perfection. Her coat was short, dense and
crisp and the pattern was clearly defined on a warm ground.
CINNAMON OR FAWN SELF KITTEN
1 + BOB WADE’S RODWAYE NUTCRACKER, 15r, F, 29.6.11
A very attractive kitten who had promising type and a typically British “innocent” expression; her head had
breadth with a round face and cheeks. She had neat ears spaced well apart in the contours of the head. The
forehead was rounded and she had a short, broad nose and a good chin. She had beautiful eye shape and
set. They appeared a little pale but the hall light was not flattering. She was cobby and compact with good
weight and muscle tone. The coat was dense, crisp and short. She was a beautiful fawn colour but it was
not sound to the roots. She was shown in excellent condition and had a wonderful temperament.
2 KIELY-JONES’ ARDEEVAN ROISIN, 15k, f, 5.8.2011
Another well grown kitten with solid muscle and good boning; the head had breadth with a round face and
well set ears. The nose was short and broad but the chin sloped away. She had excellent eyes with a very
pleasing expression. She was cobby and compact with good boning to the legs and the tail balanced well.
The coat was short and dense with a crisp texture but there were ghost tabby markings and she was
unsound. She was shown in excellent condition and had a lovely temperament.
DILUTE TORTIE KITTEN
1 + BOB CLAYTON’S STEELAWAY STRAWBERRY FAYRE, 28, F, 26.9.2011
A cute kitten of very good type and overall balance with excellent eyes and expression; the head has
promising breadth with the ears set well apart in the rounded contours. She had a round face and full
cheeks. The forehead was rounded and the nose short and broad. There was good depth to the chin. She
was cobby and compact with a solid, muscular feel and promising boning. The legs were sturdy and the tail
thick with a rounded tip. She had a very good dense coat that is developing well. She is a medium blue with
very little cream but what there was, was well-mingled. Excellent condition and a delightful temperament.
DILUTE TORTIE NEUTER
BOB LAWLER’S GRAND PREMIER ADVISH TOUCHOFCREAM, 28, FN, 1.6.2006
A mature female of excellent type and quality with size, substance and boning; she had an excellent head
with expressive eyes. The body was compact and solid with short, sturdy legs and a thick tail of medium
length with a rounded tip. Her coat was short, dense and crisp with cream and blue well intermingled.
1 PR LYSTER’S CANDYCRISP AMII TALLULA, 28, FN, 30.3.2011
A young female just coming up to a year old and looking good for her tender age; the head had breadth of
skull with a round face and neat ears, rounded at the tips and set well apart in the contours of the head.
She had large, well-opened eyes that were a good colour and expressive. Her forehead was rounded and
she had a short, broad nose and a reasonable chin. Her neck was short and thick. She has a cobby, compact
body with solid muscle and good boning. She stood low on sturdy legs and her tail balanced well. Her coat
was short and dense with a crisp texture. The blue was medium in tone and the cream pastel. The colours
were well intermingled. She was presented in excellent condition and had a lovely temperament.
DEVON REX ADULT
BOB MURPHY’S CHAMPION KALTES PINK CHAMPAGNE, 33a 40 8, F, 18.8.2008
A very attractive, mature Devon of excellent type and a real pixie “look” to her. She had good rexing
although I thought her coat a little coarse on the lower spine.
1 CC TAMS’ CURLYTOPS BLACK MAGIC, 33A36, F, 26.5.2011
A young female of very promising type with a pixie face and a great character; she had a short wedge with
breadth at the cheeks and lovely high cheek bones. She had a strong muzzle although the chin did slope
away a little. Her ears were large, set quite low and wide apart. They were broad at the base and rounded
at the tips with little tufts. She had muffs around the base. Her eyes were set wide, oval with a slight slant
to the outer edge of the ears. She had a good profile showing a defined stop. Her neck was slender and she
had very good head carriage. Her body was hard and muscular but slender with a broad chest. Her legs
were slim and the paws oval. She had a very good long, tapering tail. The coat was short and dense with a
soft texture and even waves. She was shown in excellent condition and had a good temperament too.
DEVON REX KITTEN
1 BOB/WH LINTON-SINCLAIR’S MAGICAL INDY PENDENCE, 33a 18e, F, 4.7.2011
I really liked the type and look of this Devon kitten; the wedge was short with breadth and high cheek
bones to give definition to the strong muzzle. The ears were large and set well apart. They were very wide
at the base and rounded at the tips. The eyes were oval shaped and set at a slightly oblique angle to the
outer edges of the ears. In profile, the brow was curved and there was a break but I would have preferred a
stop! The chin was acceptable. She had a slender neck and excellent head carriage. Her body was slim but
muscular and hard with long, elegant legs and oval paws. The tail balanced well. She has a very short, fine
coat but there are virtually no waves. I put her first as I preferred her type and “look” to her litter sister
below.
2 LINTON-SINCLAIR’S MAGICAL LIBERTY BELLE, 33a40 16sw, F, 4.7.2011
This kitten looked quite pleasing “straight on” but I felt in profile her nose was marginally long and she
needed a more defined stop as her profile was a shallow concave curve. Her ears were set well and a good
size. She had high cheek bones but I felt she needed a stronger muzzle and more chin. The neck was
slender and she had a good body, legs and tail. Her coat was short with some shallow waves (more than her
sister’s but type is more important than coat ….. 40% of weighting for the head and 35% for the coat!
DEVON REX NEUTER
1 PR + BOB LINTON-SINCLAIR’S MAGICAL MORDRED, 33a31ats, MN, 28.4.2011
A handsome Devon of excellent type and expression; he had a short, broad wedge with high cheek bones
and a strong muzzle. His ears were large, broad at the base and set well and low. He had a rounded
forehead and a defined stop with a short, straight nose. The chin was acceptable. The neck was long and
slender. He had a hard, muscular body with a broad chest. His legs were long and slender with oval paws.
The coat was short, dense and soft. The waves were a little shallow but overall I felt he had quality and
style.
KORAT NEUTER
BOB RUSSELL’S GRAND PREMIER KOORAHK SUMI, 34, FN, 4.3.2007
A very attractive Korat with excellent type and style; she had a heart shaped face and beautiful eyes for
shape, prominence, colour and expression; her body was hard and muscular with good legs and tail. Her
coat was single and a very attractive blue with very attractive silver tipping.

				
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