FIFe Show Classes

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Show Classes: 
 
Class 1 - Supreme Champion 
Class 2 - Supreme Premior 
Class 3 - Grand Inter Chempion (CACS) 
Class 4 - Grand Inter Premior (CAPS) 
Class 5 - Inter Champion (CAGCIB) 
Class 6 - Inter Premior (CAGPIB) 
Class 7 - Champion (CACIB) 
Class 8 - Premior (CAPIB) 
Class 9 - Open (CAC) 
Class 10 - Neuter (CAP) 
Class 11 - Junior 7-10 months 
Class 12 - Kittens 4-7 months 
 
CH Champion In order to obtain the title Champion, a cat must have been awarded three CAC's, respectively, by three different judges during three national or international shows under the auspices of FIFe. CAC's are awarded in the 'Open' class.
 
PR Premier In order to obtain the title Premier, a cat must have been awarded three CAP's, respectively, by three different judges during three national or international shows under the auspices of FIFe. CAP's are awarded in the 'Neuter' class.
 
IC International Champion In order to obtain the title International Champion, a cat must have been awarded 3 (three) CACIB, respectively, by 3 (three) different judges in 2 (two) different countries during 3 (three) international shows under the auspices of FIFe. A maximum of 2 (two) CACIB, respectively, could be obtained in the same country. CACIB's are awarded in the 'Champion' class.
 
IP International Premier In order to obtain the title International Premier, a cat must have been awarded 3 (three) CAPIB, respectively, by 3 (three) different judges in 2 (two) different countries during 3 (three) international shows under the auspices of FIFe. A maximum of 2 (two) CAPIB, respectively, could be obtained in the same country. CAPIB's are awarded in the 'Premier' class.
GIC Grand International Champion In order to obtain the title Grand International Champion, a cat must have been awarded 6 (six) CAGCIB, respectively, by 3 (three) different judges in 3 (three) different countries during 6 (six) international shows under the auspices of FIFe. A maximum of 4 (four) CAGCIB, respectively, could be obtained in the same country. 
Or 
In order to obtain the title Grand International Champion, a cat must have been awarded 8 (eight) CAGCIB or CAGPIB, respectively, by 4 (four) different judges in 2 (two) different countries during 8 (eight) international shows under the auspices of FIFe. A maximum of 7 (seven) CAGCIB, respectively, could be obtained in the same country. CAGCIB is awarded in the 'International Champion' class.
 
GIP Grand International Premier In order to obtain the title Grand International Premier, a cat must have been awarded 6 (six) CAGPIB, respectively, by 3 (three) different judges in 3 (three) different countries during 6 (six) international shows under the auspices of FIFe. A maximum of 4 (four) CAGPIB, respectively, could be obtained in the same country. 
Or 
In order to obtain the title Grand International Premier, a cat must have been awarded 8 (eight) CAGPIB, respectively, by 4 (four) different judges in 2 (two) different countries during 8 (eight) international shows under the auspices of FIFe. A maximum of 7 (seven) CAGPIB, respectively, could be obtained in the same country.CAGPIB is awarded in the 'International Premier' class.
 
SC Supreme Champion
(former EC - European Champion)
 
In order to obtain the title Supreme Champion, a cat must have been awarded 9 (nine) CACS, respectively, by 3 (three) different judges in 3 (three) different countries during 9 (nine) international shows under the auspices of FIFe. A maximum of 7 (seven) CACS, respectively, could be obtained in the same country. 
Or 
In order to obtain the title Supreme Champion, a cat must have been awarded 11 (eleven) CACS, respectively, by 6 (six) different judges in 2 (two) different countries during 11 (eleven) international shows under the auspices of FIFe. A maximum of 10 (ten) CACS, respectively, could be obtained in the same country. CACS's are awarded in the 'Grand International Champion' class.
 
SP Supreme Premier
(former EP - European Premior)
 
In order to obtain the title Supreme Premier, a cat must have been awarded 9 (nine) CAPS, respectively, by 3 (three) different judges in 3 (three) different countries during 9 (nine) international shows under the auspices of FIFe. A maximum of 7 (seven) CAPS, respectively, could be obtained in the same country. 
Or 
In order to obtain the title Supreme Premier, a cat must have been awarded 11 (eleven) CAPS, respectively, by 6 (six) different judges in 2 (two) different countries during 11 (eleven) international shows under the auspices of FIFe. A maximum of 10 (ten) CAPS, respectively, could be obtained in the same country. CAPS's are awarded in the 'Grand International Premier' class.
 
SW Scandinavian Winner Each cat winning at the Best in Show will receive the title Scandinavian Winner also mentioning the year of the show.
WW World Winner Each cat winning at the Best In Show will receive the title World Winner also mentioning the year of the show.
 
 
DM Distinguished Merit A female cat with 5 or more offspring which have been awarded the minimum title of IC/IP or DM will be awarded the title. 
A male cat with 10 or more offspring which have been awarded the minimum title of IC/IP or DM will be awarded the title. 1
 
DSM Distinguished Show Merit This title is only available at International Shows and is available to all adult cats, including neuters in classes 1-10 + 14. To obtain the title, the cat must win Best- in-Show or Best-Opposite-Sex a minimum of 10 times. The shortest qualifying period possible is two years and one day between the first Best- in-Show or Best-Opposite-Sex and the tenth. This is to prevent a cat becoming a DSM too quickly. 1
 
JW Junior Winner This title is only available at International Shows. In order to obtain the title, the cat must win “Best in Show“ in classes 11 + 12 a minimum of 5 times. 1
Remarks: 1 The titles are placed after the full name of the cat.