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Earlist Club Records
1908 sees the earliest record (as yet), though there's thought it may have been 1906 along with the English Self & Dutch Cavy Club

Club Formed
Note the now NACC was originally the 'English Agouti Cavy Club'



North London Show Advert - Fur & Feather

This was a major event at the time.

An extended schedule for Cavies with extra classes for Agouti's (basically an Agouti Support Show)

Cavy Schedule

The schedule may look small but this was an extended schedule for the time with 3 special classes added for the Agouti.

Schedule & Rules

A number of Specials were to be awarded to the Agouti winners.

Agouti Specials

CA House's Cavy Corner F&F


English Agouti Cavy Club Secretary E.J. Cave

Agouti Specials

Mr. J. Smith (EACC Vice President)



*Note the now National Agouti Cavy Club originally known as the English Agouti Cavy Club*

Special Offer

Due to the lack of Agouti's from Southern exhibitors at North London Agouti Club a pair of Golden Agoutis was offered to the first 3 new Southern members of the EACC.




New Southern Members

Two new English Agouti Cavy Club 'Southern Area' members.



Grey Agoutis

The Grey Agouti is believed to be the first colour of Agouti Cavy, this was first seen shown in the late 20th Century.

Despite thoughts the Grey became the Silver this ISN'T true!

The Silver came along in the late 1910's and in the 1920's records show both Greys & Silvers being shown. The Silver however proved more popular, hence soon saw the demise of the Grey.

Golden Agoutis

The Golden Agouti was the second colour of Agouti, shortly after the Grey in the late 19th Century.

Prize Winners Sold

Often breeders would sell their prize winning pigs and for top money!

£2 10 shillings -
a huge amount of money in 1908!

2016 Equivalent - £750