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COVID-19 Advisory: WSU Extension is working to keep our communities safe. All Extension programming is being conducted consistent with the latest official state guidance. WSU Extension county offices and WSU Research & Extension Centers are following protocols for vaccination, masking, distancing and hygiene. If this office is not open to the public, we are available during normal business hours via email, phone, and web conference.

4-H Cat Projects

Program Contact: Melanie Greer, 4-H Program Coordinator
(360) 417-2398/360-912-2062 • melanie.greer@wsu.edu

Members must be enrolled in the Cat project by June 1st.

Cat Projects are open to all age divisions including Cloverbuds

Animals must be under the management and care of the 4-H member 60 days prior to fair.

Animals will be vet. checked prior to enter in fair and must be free of parasites and diseases. Cats must provide a completed, signed WSU Rabies Vaccination Certificate showing proof of current distemper series with chlamydia and proof rabies vaccination to enter at fair. Feline Leukemia test and shots are suggested but not required.

Cats may be purebred or crossbred.

Kittens must be at least 4 months old at time of the County Fair.

WSU Rabies Vaccination Certificate

2021 Cat Project Info Page

Curriculum and resources are available for check out at the Clallam County 4-H Extension Office.

See links below for State 4-H Information and Resources:

WSU Cat Publications

Additional Information:

Clallam County Fair Information

Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office.

Clubs with Cat projects:

East Port Angeles/Sequim Area:

Pure Country

Forks Area:

Crafty Critters

 

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