As judged by the Cat Fanciers Association, this year’s top cat internationally is 8-month-old Kuorii Gorilla of Cuzzoe, who beat out 630 other cats to win Best in Show at this year’s CFA International Show in Atlanta.
This solid black Persian (who goes by “Gorilla” or “Little GoGo”) lives in North Carolina with his owners, Justin Pelletier and Eric Valencia. They say that GoGo follows them around like a dog and loves to climb into any free lap and dispense kisses.
According to the Cat Fanciers Association, the CFA International Cat Show is the largest international pedigreed cat show in the Western Hemisphere, showcasing the world’s finest pedigreed felines. Competition is keen as it brings together 750 of the finest pedigreed cats from the United States, Canada, Asia, Europe and South America to compete for prestigious titles.