Purr-fection

Cat show brings out best in 4-H members and their pets


Judge Jim Kralick checked the entire health of the entries in the 4-H cat judging show. Judge Jim Kralick checked the entire health of the entries in the 4-H cat judging show. The Sheboygan County 4-H Cat judging took place this past weekend at the Sheboygan County Fair Park.

The entries varied from large cats to snuggly kittens and all of them were judged by Jim Kralick from the Wausau area.

Kralick checked the cats for grooming which included eye drainage, ear mites and fleas. He looked into the mouths of the entries and checked for dental care and or problems.

The 4-H members are always eager to show their pets and it’s evident that they have learned proper care on how to keep their animals in the best of health.

The cats and kittens are also judged on their alertness and interest in feathers and other toys as presented to them by the judge.

Results for 2015 Cat judging show (furnished by Alice Samse):

Best of Show (first time given in approximately 15 years) Alphonse – shown by Autumn Woodke



Rachel Wambold, 10, member of the Plymouth Shamrocks 4-H Club, with Cinder. 
Review story and photos byVerla Peichl Rachel Wambold, 10, member of the Plymouth Shamrocks 4-H Club, with Cinder. Review story and photos byVerla Peichl

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