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Breed Winner (BW)Breed Winner (BW): in CFA, this is the title given to the National Best of Breed winner (whole, adult cat) each year.
 
Champion (CH)Champion (CH): In most associations, this is the first title that a cat can compete for in the championship class (and in TICA, also the alter class). The particular requirements depend on the association. In CFA, winning the blue ribbon (best of class) under six judges is required. In TICA, a top ten allbreed or specialty final is required.
 
CompanionCompanion: In CFF, this title is the rough equivalent of Champion for cats shown in the Household Pet class.
 
Distinguished Merit (DM)Distinguished Merit (DM): A title awarded by CFA to female cats who have produced five CFA Grand Champions or Grand Premiers, and to male cats who have produced fifteen Grand Champions or Grand Premiers. This title is also awarded by FIFe, to female cats who have produced five FIFe International Champion or International Premior offspring, and to male cats who have produced ten International Champion/Premior offspring.
 
Double Grand Champion (DGC or DGCH)Double Grand Champion (DGC or DGCH): A TICA title awarded to cats in the championship and alter classes. A cat must first become a Grand ChampionGrand Champion in two associations. before it can begin to compete towards the title of Double Grand Champion. Sometimes, the term \"Double Grand Champion\" is also used to refer to a cat that has earned the title of
 
Double Grand Master (DGM)Double Grand Master (DGM): In TICA, this title is the rough equivalent of Double Grand Champion for cats shown in the Household Pet class.
 
European Champion (EC)European Champion (EC): In FIFe, this is the highest title awarded to whole, adult cats. A cat must first become a Grand International Champion before it can begin to compete towards the title of European Champion.
 
European Premior (EP)European Premior (EP): In FIFe, this title is the rough equivalent of European Champion for cats shown in the alter class.
 
Grand Champion (GC, GRC, GCH, or Gr. Ch.Grand Champion (GC, GRC, GCH, or Gr. Ch.): In North American associations, Champions may continue to compete towards this title. A cat must first become a Champion before it can begin to compete towards the title of Grand Champion. The particular requirements depend on the association.
 
Grand CompanionGrand Companion: In CFF, this title is the rough equivalent of Grand Champion for cats shown in the Household Pet class.
 
Grand International Champion (GIC)Grand International Champion (GIC): A FIFe title awarded to whole adult cats. A cat must first become an International Champion before it can begin to compete towards the title of Grand International Champion.
 
Grand International Premior (GIP)Grand International Premior (GIP): In FIFe, this title is the rough equivalent of Grand International Champion for cats shown in the alter class.
 
Grand Master (GM)Grand Master (GM): In TICA, this title is the rough equivalent of Grand Champion for cats shown in the Household Pet class.
 
Grand Premier (GP, GRP, GPR, or Gr. Pr.)Grand Premier (GP, GRP, GPR, or Gr. Pr.): In most North American associations, this title is the rough equivalent of Grand Champion for cats shown in the Premiership class.
 
International Champion (IC)International Champion (IC): A FIFe title awarded to whole adult cats. A cat must first become a FIFe Champion before it can begin to compete towards the title of International Champion.
 
International Premior (IP)International Premior (IP): In FIFe, this title is the rough equivalent of International Champion for cats shown in the alter class.
 
International Winner (IW)International Winner (IW): In TICA, this title is awarded to cats that have earned an International award.
 
MasterMaster: In TICA, this title is the rough equivalent of Champion for cats shown in the Household Pet class.
 
Master Grand Champion (MGC or MGCH)Master Grand Champion (MGC or MGCH): In CFF, this is the highest title awarded to cats in the Championship class. A cat must first become a Grand Champion before it can begin to compete towards the title of Master Grand Champion.
 
Master Grand CompanionMaster Grand Companion: In CFF, this title is the rough equivalent of Master Grand Champion for cats shown in the Household Pet class.
 
Master Grand PremierMaster Grand Premier: In CFF, this title is the rough equivalent of Master Grand Champion for cats shown in the Premiership class.
 
National Winner (NW)National Winner (NW): In CFA, this title is awarded to cats that have earned a National award.
 
Outstanding Dam (OD)

Outstanding Dam (OD): A title awarded by TICA to female cats who have produced five TICA Grand Champions.

 
Outstanding Sire (OS)

Outstanding Sire (OS): A title awarded by TICA to male cats who have produced fifteen TICA Grand Champions.

 
Premier (PR or Prem.)Premier (PR or Prem.): In most associations, this title is the rough equivalent of Champion for cats shown in the Premiership class. In FIFe, this title is spelled \"Premior.\"
 
Quadruple Grand Champion (QGC or QGCH)Quadruple Grand Champion (QGC or QGCH): A TICA title awarded to cats in the championship and alter classes. A cat must first become a Triple Grand Champion before it can begin to compete towards the title of Quadruple Grand Champion. Sometimes, the term \"Quadruple Grand Champion\" is also used to refer to a cat that has earned the title of Grand Champion in four associations.
 
Quadruple Grand Master (QGM)Quadruple Grand Master (QGM): In TICA, this title is the rough equivalent of Quadruple Grand Champion for cats shown in the Household Pet class.
 
Regional Winner (RW)Regional Winner (RW): In CFA, this title is awarded to cats that have earned a Regional award.
 
Supreme Grand Champion (SGC or SGCH)Supreme Grand Champion (SGC or SGCH): In TICA, this is the highest title awarded to cats in the championship and alter classes. A cat must first become a Quadruple Grand Champion before it can begin to compete towards the title of Supreme Grand Champion.
 
Supreme Grand Master (SGM)Supreme Grand Master (SGM): In TICA, this title is the rough equivalent of Supreme Grand Champion for cats shown in the Household Pet class.
 
Triple Grand Champion (TGC or TGCH)Triple Grand Champion (TGC or TGCH): A TICA title awarded to cats in the championship and alter classes. A cat must first become a Double Grand Champion before it can begin to compete towards the title of Triple Grand Champion. Sometimes, the term \"Triple Grand Champion\" is also used to refer to a cat that has earned the title of Grand Champion in three associations.
 
Triple Grand Master (TGM)Triple Grand Master (TGM): In TICA, this title is the rough equivalent of Triple Grand Champion for cats shown in the Household Pet class.
 
World Winner (WW)World Winner (WW): In FIFe, this title is awarded to cats that have been at least best of category at the annual FIFe World Show. This is used after the cat\'s name, with the year it was earned, as follows: \"EC SF*Rusalka Rodion Raskolnikov, WW96\"
 


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