Here's a trivia question for cat lovers: Where do feline enthusiasts in the Hawaii gather for their annual cat shows?

The island of "Meow-i," I suppose.Fans of the Promontory Point Cat Club's annual shows don't have to travel quite that far, but there is a change this year from the show's traditional location.

Instead of the Salt Palace complex, the club is making a "mewve" across town to the Utah State Fairpark. The facility itself is roomier, and plenty of parking is available at the state fairgrounds.

The 1991 show, the club's 19th annual event, is labeled "It's a Cat A-Fair." It will be on Saturday and Sunday, March 2-3, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Fairpark Grand building.

According to Kathy Howard, publicity manager, the CFA registered show will have more than 225 cats being exhibited by breeders and owners from across the nation. At least 25 different breeds will be represented, including Persians, Siamese, ocicats, Maine Coons, Scottish Folds, manx and Havana browns.

There is also a division for domestic household cats.

Cats being exhibited will compete for both national and local prizes.

Admission is $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for children. - Ivan Lincoln