Schedules for our shows are now available on our showpage
|ACF at its Committee and General meeting held on Wednesday, 14 June 2023 voted
not to recognise Cats Australia, this means that any pedigree issued by them
will not be recognised.|
ACF by-laws state that All kittens bred in Australia must be first be registered with a Cat registering body in the state where the kittens are born which is affiliated with an ACF (Inc.), a CCCA body or ANCATS.
|FCCQ COTY Lunch|
Saturday 9th December 2023
Should you have a vet that does early desex, FCCQ would appreciate it if you
could provide the vet details to the Secretary of FCCQ
Early Age Desexing
FCCQ now has a Code of Ethics for Exhibitors as well as a Code of Ethics for Breeders, both can be downloaded from the link on the menu.
Cat of the Year FCCQ Kitten, Entire & Desexed Cat of the Year points will be awarded at each
show in, Longhair, Shorthair & Companion groups. Reserve and Third placings
will also be awarded Points shall be allocated 100 for Best in Show, 75 for
Reserve and 50 for Third plus a point for every cat beaten in that individual
ring. In the case of Companion cats there is only one award for Exhibit
However, no cat or kitten shall be eligible for these awards unless having won
at least one (1) Best in Show award and have a minimum of 300 points, reserve
placing's notwithstanding. Points counting towards Cat of the Year will be
awarded in each ring except for Specialty Rings.
FCCQ Prefix of the Year Will be awarded to the highest scoring Feline Control Council of Queensland
Best of Breed Best of Breed will be awarded to Kittens, Entire or Desexed Cats. Points will
be allocated as follows, one point for each Best of Breed, plus a point for
each exhibit of that breed entered in that individual ring. The exhibit with
the highest overall score at the end of the show season will be awarded "Breed
Exhibit of the Year". The exhibit must achieve best of breed in three
separate shows and have a minimum of 9 points.