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National show draws cat lovers from across US

11:34 PM, Aug. 17, 2013
JoAnn Payfer, of Eagle Lake, Minn., shows off her cat, Einstein dressed, as 'Dapper Dan' in a costume contest Saturday at the American Cat Fanciers Association national show in Wausau. The cat, despite throwing off its hat numerous times, took second place in the competition.
JoAnn Payfer, of Eagle Lake, Minn., shows off her cat, Einstein dressed, as 'Dapper Dan' in a costume contest Saturday at the American Cat Fanciers Association national show in Wausau. The cat, despite throwing off its hat numerous times, took second place in the competition.
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JoAnn Payfer of Eagle Lake, Minn., travels to one cat show every month with her five Tonkinese and Selkirk Rex cats.

This weekend, her cats and 163 others came to Wausau from all across the country for the American Cat Fanciers Association national show.

People traveled from as far as Seattle, Tampa and even Nova Scotia for the show, bringing with them 33 different breeds of cats. There also were 24 vendors at the show selling everything from jewelry to cat toys and offering massages for owners. ...

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