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Welcome to Our NHFF.org Web
Club, also known as NHFF, is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(4) organization
affiliated with the Cat Fanciers’ Association,
Inc. (aka CFA). Formed in 1972, we are
one of the older CFA cat clubs in New England and the CFA North Atlantic
organization is formed for charitable and educational purposes as
relates to domestic felines to be achieved by:
1. The holding of shows to promote interest in
and knowledge of cats to the general public and the providing of
educational programs and materials therein, with proceeds over and
above expenses to be used for other charitable purposes such as
a. To promote social welfare by giving
support, through activities and donations to shelters, for the care
of homeless and abandoned animals (cats) so as to reduce the number
of feral animals in the populated areas of our communities.
b. To encourage and donate to early
spay-neuter programs for cats inappropriate to breeding.
c. To donate to tax exempt organizations (such
as the Winn
Foundation) to promote the research of feline diseases.
2. To encourage the breeding to standard of
the pedigreed cat.
3. To advance, in every way possible, the
interests of breeders and exhibitors and to promote the welfare of
Since 1990, NHFF has donated -- including becoming a
Winn Feline Foundation
Sustaining Donor -- to not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organizations supporting
the welfare of domestic felines or promoting the research of feline
diseases. NHFF has also donated booth space at our cat shows to some of
those organizations. For more information, see those organizations in Resources below.
Visit one of our shows or attend one of our meetings. Take a photographic tour
of our inaugural Dover NH CFA cat show (click photo for tour).
UPCOMING SHOWS &
November 5-6, 2016. DOVER NH 03820-8302: New Hampshire Feline
Fanciers CFA Cat Show (CFA
Newspapers, Seacoast Region NH
Middle School Gymnasium (with
weather), 16 Daley Dr; 603-742-3172.
See the NH
Visitors Guide for local attractions and events.
Admission savings! Print
out show dollar-off coupon and bring to the show.
Dollar-off Coupon (PDF:
Adults 15-64: $8; Seniors 65 or older: $6; Children 6-14: $6, under 6:
Free. Children must be accompanied by an Adult or Senior. Show Hours:
10 am - 5 pm Saturday and 9 am - 4 pm Sunday.
ENTRY INFORMATION AND
NOTE: Entering online? Make sure your spam
filters will allow you to receive email from the entry clerk so you can
confirm receipt of your entry and receive your confirmation via email.
NHFF Show Flyer (PDF: 132
CFA Official Show Entry Form
415 KB) or
Online Show Entry
Form (Enter by e-mail)
6AB, 2SP, 8HHP. Judges: Sat.--Anger (AB,HHP), Pearson
(AB,HHP), Nasin (LH/SH,HHP), Roy (LH/SH,HHP);
Sun.--Dodds (AB,HHP), Powell (AB,HHP), Rivard (AB,HHP), TBA (AB,HHP). Entry limit 225. Closing
Date November 1, 2016.
Champion in Her First Show, Foster's Daily Democrat, February 3,
2001, page 1C [click
for full size]
Household Pets (HHP)
Per CFA show
rules: No declawed entries permitted; must be 4 months of age and older;
HHPs that are 8 months and older must be spayed/neutered. It is strongly
advised that all entries be inoculated before entry by a licensed
veterinarian against feline enteritis, feline rhinotracheitis, calici
viruses and rabies, and strongly recommended that entries be tested and
found negative for FeLV before entry. The State of New Hampshire mandates
current rabies inoculation for all cats; it is advisable that you bring
your cat's certificate(s).
Entry Fees are stated in the show flyer above and
must be received by November 1, 2016. Entries should be submitted by
postal mail using the CFA
Official Show Entry Form to Shirley Peet, 415 Shore Dr., Joppa MD
21085-45004 or enter by e-mail using the Online Show Entry. For first-time
competitors, please read
Ready... Set ... Show: Information about Entering Your Cat in a
Democrat, Dover NH
breeds expected at Dover Cat Fanciers show Jan. 24-25, Foster's
Daily Democrat, January 18, 2015.
show highlights feats of feline grace, Mikaela K. Reynolds, Foster's
Daily Democrat, January 27, 2014.
cat show held at Dover Middle School, Mikaela K. Reynolds, Foster's
Daily Democrat, January 26, 2014.
show is cats’ meow, Foster's Daily Democrat, January 27,
cat show has new wrinkle this year — an agility competition,
Foster's Daily Democrat, January 18, 2013.
lookin' fine: Household cats model beautiful inperfection at Dover cat
show, Foster's Daily Democrat, January 30, 2012.
cat: Feline Fanciers' winter show in Dover has purrrrfect turn out,
Foster's Daily Democrat, January 29, 2012.
cat enthusiasts talk competition strategy, Foster's Daily Democrat,
January 23, 2011.
fanciers gather for winter show in Dover, Foster's Daily Democrat,
January 24, 2010.
winter feline show gives fans lots to admire, Foster's Daily
Democrat, January 25, 2009.
strut their stuff at Dover show, Foster's Daily Democrat, January
to the Editor Regarding Cat Declawing, Foster's Daily Democrat,
December 31, 2006 and January 7, 2007.
© 2001 Geo. J. Foster Co. Reproduced
Felines, Foster's Sunday Citizen, January 28, 2001, page 13A [click for full
© 2001 Geo. J. Foster Co. Reproduced
The Hippo Press, Manchester NH
Best Paws Forward:
What it takes to compete in cat and dog shows, The Hippo, February 25, 2016 pages 12, 13.
Magazine, Manchester NH
Purrfectly Capable. (PDF: 767
There's an old saying -- it's like herding cats,
aka impossible. But you might be surprised what they can be made to do.
New Hampshire Magazine, January 2014 page 21.
day for cats, Seacoast Online, January 25, 2009.
your cat have what it takes?, Seacoast Newspapers, January 19, 2007.
Fanciers cat show comes to town Jan. 28, Seacoast Newspapers,
January 6, 2006.
Hampshire Union Leader, Manchester NH
over dogs: Cats join agility trend, The Union Leader, January 19,
- Vice President
Note: Application for NHFF membership requires a current NHFF member to
member coordinator for additional information.
Animal Hospital Association (AAHA); includes Find a Hospital
(AAHA-accredited hospital near you)
Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP)
League of New Hampshire, 545 Route 101, Bedford NH 03110.
603-472-3647. Dedicated to saving the lives of homeless pets, caring for
companion animals afflicted by neglect, abandonment and cruelty and
enhancing the relationship between people and pets through adoption,
education, compassion and the promotion of animal welfare.
Humane Society (CVHS), 262 County Farm Rd, Dover NH 03820.
603-749-5322. A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the humane
treatment of animals.
Breeder Referral List (FBRL) -- listing over 1,400 breeders working
with 53 breeds of pedigreed cats
Humane Society for
Greater Nashua, 24 Ferry Rd, Nashua NH 03064-8109. 603-889-2275.
Dedicated to the creation and maintenance of a responsible and humane two
and four footed community. We provide for and protect abandoned, abused,
neglected and unwanted animals and promote animal welfare through programs
and services that mutually benefit animals and people.
Lakes Region Humane
Society, 11 Old Route 28, Ossipee NH 03864. 603-539-1077.
Feline Foundation, 637 Wyckoff Ave Suite 336, Wyckoff, NJ 07481.
888-963-6946. A non-profit organization established by the Cat
Fancier's Association, Inc. to support health-related studies benefiting
Sponsors and Vendors at Our
Recent CFA Cat Shows NOTE: We are providing these links
as a courtesy and information starting point for our website visitors. The
content of the linked websites below are the sole responsibility of their
The Cat Doctor
of Dover, Dover NH
Hospital, Chelmsford MA
Quality Products for Cats
Furniture, Plaistow NH
Strafford House of Pizza, Dover
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