WHAT DO ALL THESE STRANGE ABBREVIATIONS MEAN?

G = Good
This means that the cat is not suitable for exhibition
and is not suitable for breeding
.

ZG = Very Good
The cat is not suitable for exhibitions but it can be for
breeding deployed with only a carefully selected partner


U = Excellent
The cat is suitable for exhibition and for the breeding
In all classes is "Excellent" highest
qualification that
can be achieved.
If there are more cats in a class "Excellent" have achieved,
to the best of these animals Qualifier: Ex.1, Ex.2, Ex.3, etc.
be granted.
The cat with Ex.1 can still there a certificate is granted.
No certificate will be given to not recognized breeds and
varieties and to animals younger than 10 months.


BIV =Best In Variety
This is a price that the most beautiful cat a color can win


BIS = Best In Show
This is a prize given to the most beautiful cat in a large group
So you have BIS male, BIS female BIS neuter, BIS kitten 3-6 month
and BIS kitten 6-10 month.

BOB = Best of Best
Of all the cats that have become BIS is the finest selected
These gets the title BOB (+ cup)

BOA = Best About All
Eventually there are still about 3 cats of the entire exhibition.
BOB longhair, BOB Shorthair and BOB semi.
It is the most beautiful ever selected.
This is the Best Over All.



Certificates

C.A.C. = Champion
This can be achieved by cats in the open class, which the
qualification Ex.1 have achieved.
A cat that three C.A.C. 's in the same variety has achieved in three
several judges, three various exhibitions, gives the right to
the title Champion (CH.)


C.A.C.I.B.= International Champion
This can be achieved by cats in the champion class, which the
qualification Ex.1 have achieved.
A cat that three CACIBs in at least achieved in two different
countries, at least two different judges, at three different exhibitions,
gives the right to the title International Champion (INT.CH.)

C.A.G.C.I.= Great International Champion
This can be achieved by cats in the International champion class,
who Ex.1 have achieved qualification.
A cat that three CAGCEs in at least two different countries
achieved by three different judges, at three different exhibitions
gives the right on the title Great International Champion (GR.INT.CH.)

C.A.C.E.=European Champion
This can be achieved by cats in the Europe class, which the
qualification Ex.1 have achieved.
When a cat three CACEs in at least three various countries
achieved by three different judges, at three different exhibitions,
gives the right to the title European Champion (EU.CH.)

C.A.G.C.E = Great European Champion
This can be achieved by cats in the majer european class,
which the Ex.1 have achieved qualification.
A cat that four CAGCEs in at least four different countries
achieved among four different judges on four different exhibitions,
gives the right to the title Great European Champion (GR.EU.CH.)