Purrfectly good fun for all at weekend cat show

They came. They pawed. They conquered the hearts of cat-fanciers in San Diego. The Food and Water Bowl XVlll cat show at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, held Jan. 23-24, had
hundreds of pedigreed felines competing for top prizes. The event also featured vendors selling grooming and other supplies, cat furnishings, and kittens. Rescued cats from San
Diego County were on hand looking for new homes. More on the show is available at www.sandiegocatfanciers.org.

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