When sending forms, make sure they are up to date. All forms are listed on the FCCQ Inc. website. Paperwork will not be processed on old forms.
Forms must be completed in full, otherwise they will be returned.
All kittens must be registered within 9 months whether they are sold as pets or kept for breeding.
All kittens and cats must be microchipped as per the Government Act; otherwise they will not be registered.
When transferring kittens/cats, the original pedigree should be sent so they can be registered in the new owner's name.
When applying for Higher Status upgrades, copies of challenge certificates from councils other than FCCQ Inc. must accompany the application form.
If transactions are paid via the net, a receipt should be sent to me for my records. On receipt of payment, the paperwork will then be sent.
Please ensure that when making a direct deposit say who it is from and what its for.
If you can't fit it all in, then please send an email with a breakup of the amounts paid using subject line FCCQ DEPOSIT TO ACCOUNT or similar so they can be found.
Please check the FCCQ Inc. website regularly for updates.
When you need to microchip
The latest legislation downloaded February 2014 for microchipping from qld.gov.au/animal-industries/cats-and-dogs/pet-owners/microchip-your-cat-or-dog
A microchip is a permanent identification device that can be implanted into a cat or dog and is designed to record information in a way that that can be electronically retrieved.
Microchipping current pets
If you own a cat or dog that was born before 10 April 2009 it is not mandatory for you to microchip your cat or dog, unless it is a regulated dog. If you decide to give away or sell your cat or dog, you must ensure it is microchipped before the change in ownership takes place.
Therefore in line with this law all litter registrations and transfers must show a microchip number
Note: The bank account details for direct banking has changed to
Bank of Queensland BSB 124057 Account number 22002154