Musrafy Kazimir a male brown spotted Siberian awarded best in show overall by GCCF

This is Musrafy Kazimir, a male, brown spotted Siberian cat who has been awarded the overall best in show by the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy (GCCF) at the weekend in a programme celebrating the centenary of the organisation. 

Musrafy Kazimir a male brown spotted Siberian awarded best in show overall by GCCF
Musrafy Kazimir a male brown spotted Siberian awarded best in show overall by GCCF. Photo: Twitter.

Musrafy Kazimir a male brown spotted Siberian awarded best in show overall by GCCF
Musrafy Kazimir a male brown spotted Siberian awarded best in show overall by GCCF. Photo: Twitter.

It took place in Kenilworth, Warwickshire. Also below is a short video about the breeder of this magnificent cat. She is a Russian lady. Russians do breed good cats; it has to be said. She must be based in the UK. She says that the Siberian is alleged to be hypoallergenic. There may be some credence in that but I'm not sure that it is fully established

Here he is being judged - manhandled, er 'womanhandled' by the show judge.

Musrafy Kazimir being judged the show
Musrafy Kazimir being judged the show. Photo: Twitter.

A lot of people say that it is true but what might be truer is that some cats are more hypoallergenic than others but in general all domestic cats are not hypoallergenic which means that they cause an allergic reaction in about 10% of people who are predisposed to the allergen in their saliva which is Fel D 1.

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