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Celebrate all things feline at Harper cat show

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Judge David Mare looks at Laurenden Bunny, a Himalayan owned by Tom Baugh of Rochester, N.Y., during the 52nd annual Lincoln State Cat Club Allbreed Cat Show at Harper College in Palatine. This year's show is Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 16-17, and features entries from around the country.

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David McKerlie of Palatine plays with a Havana Brown named Kaapi Kriya during last year's Lincoln State Cat Show at Harper College in Palatine. More than 200 cats are expected to compete in this year's show, according to Marci Baturin, show manager.

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Grand Champion Catizen Lambeau Leap of Maikiki is a sable Burmese male owned by J.D. Blythin, Renee Weinberger and Marie Denoyer of Waukegan. You can see Burmese and other breeds at this weekend's cat show at Harper College.

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Cat show manager Marci Baturin of Carpentersville has been breeding Russian Blues since 1970. One of her winning females is Grand Champion Samovar Fivewillgetyouten, owned by Eugene Jeong of MondSchien Cattery, South Korea.

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The Lincoln State Cat Show is set for Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 16-17, at Harper College. Cat lovers of all ages are welcome to watch the judging of purebred and household pet cats, browse vendor booths for pet-related products, and maybe even purchase or adopt a kitten of their own. "This is one of the largest cat shows in the Midwest," said Marci Baturin of Carpentersville, the show manager.
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    • Judge David Mare looks at Laurenden Bunny, a Himalayan owned by Tom Baugh of Rochester, N.Y., during the 52nd annual Lincoln State Cat Club Allbreed Cat Show at Harper College in Palatine. This year’s show is Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 16-17, and features entries from around the country.
    • David McKerlie of Palatine plays with a Havana Brown named Kaapi Kriya during last year’s Lincoln State Cat Show at Harper College in Palatine. More than 200 cats are expected to compete in this year’s show, according to Marci Baturin, show manager.
    • Grand Champion Catizen Lambeau Leap of Maikiki is a sable Burmese male owned by J.D. Blythin, Renee Weinberger and Marie Denoyer of Waukegan. You can see Burmese and other breeds at this weekend’s cat show at Harper College.
    • Cat show manager Marci Baturin of Carpentersville has been breeding Russian Blues since 1970. One of her winning females is Grand Champion Samovar Fivewillgetyouten, owned by Eugene Jeong of MondSchien Cattery, South Korea.
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