On January 9th and 10th the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston Texas hosted the Houston Cat Club’s 58th Annual Charity Cat Show. Dr. John August, along with student members of the Texas A&M University Student Chapter of the American Association of Feline Practitioners, proudly participated in the event.
“The Houston Cat Club Annual Show is the first 10-ring show in the Cat Fanciers Association” said August. “Several hundred purebred cats and household cats compete during the two-day show.”
The Texas A&M veterinary students staffed a booth throughout the show, that was kept busy by answering questions about the college’s various programs in feline medicine and discussing careers in veterinary medicine with aspiring veterinarians and their parents.
“Our students did a great job representing the college in a very professional way,” added August. “By having a presence at this large show, we are able to visibly demonstrate Texas A&M’s commitment to feline health.”