• QFA 2 Day Cat Spectacular – March 2019
  • 2019 - QFA 2 DAY CAT SPECTACULAR - Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th March at the Strathpine Community Centre, Cnr Mecklem Street & Gympie Road, Strathpine (air conditioned venue). The show is open to the public on both days between 9am & 3pm. For further queries please contact the Show Manager, Bob Campbell, on mobile: 0444 567 190 or e-mail:


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Queensland Feline Association Inc. was founded in 1975 and to date is the largest registering cat control council in Queensland. QFA Inc. is a member organisation of the Australian Cat Federation Inc.

QFA Inc. has a fully computerised system of record keeping and therefore offers breeders fast and accurate services of the highest possible quality. Forms can be downloaded from the Forms page.

As a governing body, QFA Inc. offers its Clubs and breeders advice and guidance where possible. The Council of QFA Inc, which consists of the QFA Inc Executive and Club appointed Delegates, meets monthly to discuss and deliberate on necessary general business and any current issues affecting Clubs, breeders,exhibitors and the wider cat fancy. Affiliated Clubs of QFA Inc. run regular cat shows and are active in the promotion of the cat fancy in general.  QFA Inc is a nont-for-profit organisation.

QFA Inc. has a panel of licensed Judges many of whom have both interstate and international judging experience. All the Judges are members of the QFA Inc Judges Association and must attend the annual Judge's Workshop and AGM. :)



QFA Inc recognises the generous support of OzPet as our exclusive litter sponsor and Royal Canin as our exclusive food sponsor.


QFA Inc. promotes responsible cat ownership, including the desexing of cats sold as pets

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Microchipping Regulations for Breeders

  • Notice to all Breeders

    Due to existing Regulations by the Queensland State Government regarding Microchipping of all cats and kittens over the age of 12 weeks all breeders sending in registrations must include the Microchip number of both Sire and Dam.

    Microchipping for cats and dogs is mandatory in ACT, NSW, QLD, VIC and WA. Microchipping for dogs only is compulsory in TAS.

    Section 14 of the Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008 requires microchipping of cats and dogs prior to 12 weeks of age unless there is a reasonable excuse (such as a signed veterinary certificate that it would be detrimental to the animal’s health to implant it or it is an exempt dog).

    If the microchip number is not included in the Litter registrations the registrations will be processed by the registrars and all breeders are asked to forward the microchip number when it is obtainable so as the Registrars may update the QFA Inc database.

    There is a form on the QFA Inc Website in the Breeders Info tab under forms for all breeders to complete and send to registrars once microchip numbers are obtained within a few months for all Cats and Kittens.

    A cut-off date will be supplied after further discussion at the next QFA Inc General Meeting in March.

Expression of interest Stewards and Ring Clerk course

  • QFA is now taking expression of interest from those interested in training to be qualified Stewards and Ringclerks.
    If interested please send your name and contact details to,

Change of Contact Details for Shorthair Registrar

  • As of 11 November, 2018, the Shorthair Registrar is only able to be contacted via e-mail. Should you have a query that requires you to talk to someone rather than e-mail please contact either the QFA President or QFA Secretary to discuss the matter.

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QFA Inc. promotes responsible cat ownership, including the desexing of cats sold as pets.