Cornish Rex Grands of Distinction in CFA

BY KATHY DURDICK, Ristokat Himalayans & Persians

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CH, GPD, RW Kimo's Lucky
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In 2011, CFA instituted a brand new title — the Grand of Distinction.

In order to earn the title, a cat must receive a minimum of 30 finals over each of 3 separate show seasons.

The show seasons do not have to be consecutive, and can be earned in either Championship or Premiership.

For more details, see our article Grand of Distinction: A New Title in CFA.

The very first cat of any breed to earn the prestigious award in CFA was an Exotic Shorthair — a Brown McTabby & White neuter named GC, GPD, NW Ivy Cat Quarterback. Read his story here . . .

The first Cornish Rex to earn this title was CH, GPD, RW Kimo's Lucky, a Gold-Eyed White Cornish Rex Neuter, bred by Bonnie & George James, and owned and shown by Kendall Mar & Terri Zittel.

He is the only Cornish Rex to date that has earned this prestigious title in CFA.



Cornish Rex Grands of Distinction in CFA

Year
Name
Sex
Color
2015-16
CH, GPD, RW Kimo's Lucky
First Cornish Rex to earn the Grand of Distinction Title
N
Gold-Eyed White
 

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