Pedigreed and househeld pet cats compete in a New Hampshire cat show : News Photo

Pedigreed and househeld pet cats compete in a New Hampshire cat show

DOVER, NH - JANUARY 25: Kennedy Chag, 3, pets Teddy Roosevelt, a Japanese Bobtail, while her mom, Shawna, watches during a cat show, on January 25, 2014 in Dover, New Hampshire. It was Kennedy's first cat show. Japanese Bobtails have bobbed tails that resemble a rabbit's tail more than a cat's. The show, put on by New Hampshire Feline Fanciers, had 118 entries of which 106 were pedigree and 12 were household pets. Cats compete for points throughout a year-long series of shows to win titles. They are judged against written breed standards. (Photo by Melanie Stetson Freeman/The Christian Science Monitor via Getty Images)
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DOVER, NH - JANUARY 25: Kennedy Chag, 3, pets Teddy Roosevelt, a Japanese Bobtail, while her mom, Shawna, watches during a cat show, on January 25, 2014 in Dover, New Hampshire. It was Kennedy's first cat show. Japanese Bobtails have bobbed tails that resemble a rabbit's tail more than a cat's. The show, put on by New Hampshire Feline Fanciers, had 118 entries of which 106 were pedigree and 12 were household pets. Cats compete for points throughout a year-long series of shows to win titles. They are judged against written breed standards. (Photo by Melanie Stetson Freeman/The Christian Science Monitor via Getty Images)
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Kennedy Chag pets Teddy Roosevelt a Japanese Bobtail while her mom... News Photo 465476123Domestic Cat,Dover - New Hampshire,Horizontal,Human Interest,Japanese,Lifestyles,Mother,New Hampshire,Pets,Show,Theodore Roosevelt,USA,WatchPhotographer Collection: Christian Science Monitor 2014 The Christian Science MonitorDOVER, NH - JANUARY 25: Kennedy Chag, 3, pets Teddy Roosevelt, a Japanese Bobtail, while her mom, Shawna, watches during a cat show, on January 25, 2014 in Dover, New Hampshire. It was Kennedy's first cat show. Japanese Bobtails have bobbed tails that resemble a rabbit's tail more than a cat's. The show, put on by New Hampshire Feline Fanciers, had 118 entries of which 106 were pedigree and 12 were household pets. Cats compete for points throughout a year-long series of shows to win titles. They are judged against written breed standards. (Photo by Melanie Stetson Freeman/The Christian Science Monitor via Getty Images)