FIFe Show Classes

Being a Felis Britannica Exhibitor – The FB Guide to FIFe Show Classes

 

Classes relate to the age / title achieved / neuter – entire. Kittens start in class 12, then class 11, then even numbers (10, 8, 6, 4, 2) for neuters and odd numbers (9, 7, 5, 3, 1) for entires.
Class Criteria Certificate Title competing for
12  3-6 month kitten (neutered or entire)  EX1, EX2, EX3 etc  N/A
11  6-10 month junior (neutered or entire)  EX1, EX2, EX3 etc  N/A
10  10 months or older, neuter, no title  CAP, EX2, EX3 etc  Premier
9  10 months or older, entire, no title  CAC, EX2, EX3 etc  Champion
8  Premier, neuter  CAPIB, EX2, EX3 etc  International Premier
7  Champion, entire  CACIB, EX2, EX3 etc  International Champion
6  International Premier, neuter  CAGPIB, EX2, EX3…  Grand International Premier
5  International Champion, entire  CAGCIB, EX2, EX3…  Grand International Champion
4  Grand Int. Premier, neuter  CAPS, EX2, EX3…  Supreme Premier
3  Grand Int. Champion, entire  CACS, EX2, EX3…  Supreme Champion
2  Supreme Premier, neuter  POH, EX2, EX3…  Prize of Honour
1  Supreme Champion, entire  POH, EX2, EX3  Prize of Honor
14  All non-pedigree cats
In each class within the group, only the best (EX1) cat can be awarded the certificate, but the judge does not have to award the certificate if they think the cat doesn’t score a sufficient number of points against the breed standard.
CAC/CAP Certificat d’Aptitude au Championat / Certificat d’Aptitude au Premium
CACIB/CAPIB Certificat d’Aptitude au Championat International de Beauté / Certificat d’Aptitude au Premium International de Beauté
CAGCIB/CAGPIB Certificat d’Aptitude au Grand Championat International de Beauté / Certificat d’Aptitude au Grand Premium International de Beauté
CACS/CAPS Certificat d’Aptitude au Championat Supreme / Certificat d’Aptitude au Premium Supreme