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Whiskas National Cat Show

28 May 2004

Whiskas National Cat Show

WHAT: The WHISKAS National Cat Show returns to Auckland for the first time in a number of years.

WHY: This two-day event is a great opportunity for cat lovers and owners to come along and enjoy watching the judges select winning cats from each of the short and long hair categories.

There will be hundreds of cats, a huge variety of breeds, the judges have come from Holland, Canada, France, Israel, Australia and New Zealand.

There will be performances from dancers dressed as cats. Everyone who attends is in the draw to win a trip for two to Le Meridian Port Vila Resort & Casino in Vanuatu flying Air Vanuatu. Refreshments will be available throughout the day.

WHERE & WHEN: ASB Stadium, Kohimarama, Auckland

Saturday June 5th 2004 9:30am-5.00pm Saturday June 6th 2004 9:30am-5.00pm $8.00 per entry (over 12 years old) Free entry for one child per adult

Come along and enjoy!!

ENDS

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