St. James Parish 4-H Announces Annual Pet Show Winners

Tara Roussel, Guidry, Kenneth J.

Opening ceremonies.

Overall Bird exhibited by Olivia Roussel. Help provided by little brother Rhett.

Eva Knight modeling her fine piece of jewelry.

Cat Category winners! Overall Cat was exhibited by Taylor Ancona.

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Small Dog Category winners!

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Rabbit Category winners! Overall Rabbit exhibited by Trinity Burgos.

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Gabe Abel's pet snake Spartacus.

Category Overall winners: Rabbit - Trinity Burgos, Bird - Olivia Roussel, Cat - Taylor Ancona, Small Dog - Kali Zeller, Large Dog - Kali Calamusa, Any Other Pet - Gabriel Abel and Overall Pet - Kali Calamusa.

Jr. Leaders came in numbers and their help was so appreciated.

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2014 St. James Parish Pet Show Best of the Show winner - Kali Calamusa.

St. James Parish 4-H held the annual 4-H Pet Show on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at the Lutcher High School pavilion.  Over fifty exhibitors from six area schools showed cats, dogs, birds, hamsters and rabbits. There was even a bearded dragon and a snake, which Vacherie Elementary club leader Eva Knight was brave enough to model.  Many exhibitors wowed the audience with tricks performed by their dogs.

The 4-H Pet Show was judged by several members of the community.  Judges included Lindsey Bordelon of Lindsey's Pampered Pets, teachers Lori Louque and Wendy Zeller, former 4-H'er Brandi Sieber and Lori Oubre.  Lori Oubre spoke to the group about how to get involved in animal rescue in St. James Parish.  The 4-H Junior Leaders assisted with the judging and tallying results.

Many awards were given to the exhibitors.  The students awarded Best Overall in each division were given a chance to talk about their pets.  This year, the Best Pet of the Show was a large dog named "Shea" exhibited by Kali Calamusa of Vacherie Elementary.

A PDF document with pet show results is located at the bottom of this article.

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