The Ten Commandments of a Good Exhibitor

by Kathryn Brady Katsmith
Katsmith Siamese & Colorpoint Shorthairs

Published February 2005

I. Thou shalt have no other gods before the Cats.

II. Thou shalt not use too many grooming products.

III. Thou shalt not take the name of any judge in vain.

IV. Thou shalt not bother the Master Clerk.

V. Honor thy fellow exhibitor.

VI. Thou shalt not pout when a final is not forthcoming.

VII. Thou shalt move very quickly out of the way when a fellow exhibitor is on the way to the ring.

VIII. Thou shalt put in catalog corrections at the beginning of the show

IX. Thou shalt never be on 3rd call.

X. Thou shalt not covet any thing that is thy neighbor's, including cage, grooming space or chairs.

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