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NJ's largest cat show at Garden State Exhibit Center Cats from all over the country will be flying into New Jersey this week for the Garden State Cat Club of New Jersey's 79th annual Cat Show Expo, which will be conducted Saturday and Sunday, July 18 and 19, at the Garden State Exhibit Center in the Somerset section of Franklin. It is New Jersey's largest cat show."It's an expo for everybody," said Linda Bohm of the Garden State Cat Club, "not just cat lovers."The expo features an emphasis on education this year. Attendees can get a personal account from owners whose cats act as "ambassadors" to the public and learn what to do with strays from experts in the trap neuter and release method of dealing with strays, which helps limit the stray cat population in an area.Steve Ross of First Aid CPR LLC will demonstrate how to perform CPR on a cat and a dog in an emergency situation. There will be three presentations daily.The Somerset County Animal Response Team (CART) will educate owners on how to prepare and care for pets during natural disasters and storms. There will also be two vets on hand to answer questions.Linda Bohm's cat, Pixel, demonstrates feline agility. (Photo: Courtesy of Bohm Marrazzo Studios)Attendees are also invited to learn about different breeds from Cat Fancier's Association Judge Sharon Roy, who will present different breeds' personalities, characteristics and unique needs to the public.The CFA sanctioned cat show is one of the largest and oldest in the nation."This is a very competitive show," said Bohm. "We have people coming from all over the country to compete."The cat show will exhibit cats from New Jersey to California compete for rosettes. Owners can also run their cats through an obstacle course in the feline agility event, which will award prizes to the fastest times.There will be representative cats from almost all 41 breeds, including the hairless Sphynx and the massive Maine Coon with an average length of 40 inches from the tip of the nose to the end of the tail bone and an average weight ranging between 15 and 25 pounds, the Maine Coon is the world's biggest breed.Participants can enter the household cat division or the agility contest online. All participants must pre enter by Monday evening.Bohm will enter one of her cats, Pixel, in that competition.Outside of the Exhibit Center, shelters from Jersey City, Pittstown, Monroe, Colonia, Westfield, Marlboro, Somerset, Berkeley Heights, Ringoes and Bayonne will have cats up for adoption. Prospective families are invited to submit an application. Gifts are available for the first few cats adopted.A photographer by trade, Bohm had worked with the cat club prior to joining. Three years later, she helps organize one of the biggest cat shows in the country."It takes a tremendous amount of effort . to do this," she said.Now, she works with co managers Susan Baxter and Russell Webb to promote the show.Miguel Garcia from Union City winning with his cat, Hatch, a rescue he found under a car. (Photo: Courtesy of Bohm Marrazzo Studios)She wants the expo to be more than just a spectated event. She wants visitors to participate in the learning demonstrations and other events, such as the face painting and sand art booths. There will also be dozens of vendors selling cat trees, litter, cat foods, toys, grooming supplies and cat themed gifts.Visitors should look out for Waffle and Tirzah, therapy cats that will be driving around the show floor in their miniature car and "talking" with guests. The Garden State Cat Expo gets them only every few years, said Bohm.They are an example of "how you can take a regular cat and train it to do something special," said Bohm.Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and $5 for children under 12. There is a family rate of $25 with a coupon that includes up to four people and a maximum of two adults.