PLEASANTON -- Curly-haired cats, hairless cats, some with folded ears -- the 34th annual Cat Fanciers Cat Show drew them all.

The show, put on by the Crow Canyon Cat Club, drew more than 300 cats and kittens of 45 breeds to the two-day show held Saturday and Sunday at the Alameda County Fairgrounds.

In addition to standard judging competitions, the show included a Feline Agility Competition.

Potential pet adopters also got a chance to check out cats offered by rescue organizations. And, there were vendors offering cat toys, gifts, gadgets and art.

--Kelly Gust, Staff