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Karen Henneke of Great Bend, Kan., holds an Australian Mist cat during the Minn-Kota Feline Club Cat Show on Saturday, April 5, at the Red River Valley Fair Grounds. The cat is one of only about 40 in the United States. It was introduced to the U.S. from the United Kingdom. Dave Wallis

Cat show brings out-of-town felines, local fans to fairgrounds

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Lisa Ferguson of Fargo spent the weekend showing off her 10-year-old Maine Coon, Commander Worf, at the 40th annual Minn-Kota Feline Club Cat Show in the ag building of the Red River Valley Fairgrounds.

Worf was one of 130 cats entered in the event — slightly larger than the average Midwest cat show — and one of the few cats that did not have to spend several hours in a car to participate in the event. He was named the second-best Maine Coon at the show.

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