What Makes TICA Different?
The International Cat Association (TICA) has thousands of members and
hundreds of clubs around the world in Latin America, North America, Asia, and
Europe that host cat shows all year.
A genetic registry, TICA allows new cat breeds such as the Savannah, the
world's favorite breed of cat the Bengal, and the Thai cat. Fifty five breeds of
cats from the Russian Blue to LaPerm, Sphynx to Norwegian Forest Cat compete for
titles and regional and international awards. TICA also was the first cat--and
now the world's largest--registry to allow household cats and household kittens
to compete for the same titles at cat shows and awards as pedigreed
TICA cat shows are fun. TICA cats are fabulous. And TICA members including
junior cat exhibitors are friendly. The cat fancy and cat fanciers are all cat
owners and cat lovers. Cat kids get to learn the ropes through our junior
exhibitor program and new cattery breeders can learn more through TICA