During the Industrial Revolution, the market’s need for lamb, wool, and mutton drastically increased, making vast land in the Borders of Scotland and Northern England ideal for farming and production of these goods. The land was broad and fenceless, and the farmers needed a hardworking herding dog to help with the shepherding tasks. With this aim the Border Collie was bred, resulting in dog breed today well known for its high intelligence, athletic appearance, quick learning abilities and herding skills.
After the last year’s world cat show was held in Malmo, this year it was Vienna’s privilege to host this biggest FIFe event. The show gathered more than 1000 cats, which is approximately 10 times more than an average cat show. AnimaLabs had the privilege to attend the event and present itself.