TheCatSite.com › Forums › Cat Breeds, Breeding and Showing › Showing and Ethical Breeding › Cleo's and Tys TICA results for Friday Oct 2nd 2009
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Cleo's and Tys TICA results for Friday Oct 2nd 2009 - Page 2

post #31 of 37
Thread Starter 
They were screaming and people told me I was benched in back because we had a Bengal.
Ty was loud also.
He got smacked by a Bengal through the cage in the ring across the face.
He just wanted to play and did not cause any problems.
I do not know if TICA does that or it was just this show.
post #32 of 37
HMMM - you guys have some wild Bengals over there

I've never seen that happen in our shows.
post #33 of 37
Thread Starter 
I guess show.
This is the first time I saw Benglas at a show since CFA does not allow them.
post #34 of 37
It's the show management that decided to put the bengals in the back of the hall. Each TICA show is different and it's not a TICA policy to put bengals in the back because they are vocal.
It is true that some exibitors complain that bengals are noisy and disturb their cats, so if the show management is in tune to that, they will group the bengal exhibitors in an area that is further away from the exhibitors who are showing quiet sensitive cats.

Bengal kittens can be especially noisy. They all settle down as adults for the most part.

I'm surprised that Ty was vocal. He was quiet as a mouse at the 2 shows prior to this one. Maybe he was just chiming in with the others?
post #35 of 37
Thread Starter 
He was better then most of the Bengals in the Ring.
Ty meowed in the truck on the way to the show also but that is because he was not allowed to be loose in the truck.
Jay Bangle gave him 4th place in Bengals and Faye gave him 5th in Benglas on Sunday.
post #36 of 37
Ty wasn't loud at all when I was there on Friday. He slept most of the time.
post #37 of 37
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kai Bengals View Post
It's the show management that decided to put the bengals in the back of the hall. Each TICA show is different and it's not a TICA policy to put bengals in the back because they are vocal.
It is true that some exibitors complain that bengals are noisy and disturb their cats, so if the show management is in tune to that, they will group the bengal exhibitors in an area that is further away from the exhibitors who are showing quiet sensitive cats.

Bengal kittens can be especially noisy. They all settle down as adults for the most part.

I'm surprised that Ty was vocal. He was quiet as a mouse at the 2 shows prior to this one. Maybe he was just chiming in with the others?
Many of the Bengals at our shows are very vocal but I wouldn't have them any other way. I love their dispositions!
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Showing and Ethical Breeding
TheCatSite.com › Forums › Cat Breeds, Breeding and Showing › Showing and Ethical Breeding › Cleo's and Tys TICA results for Friday Oct 2nd 2009