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  • QFA 2024 Two Day Show
  • QFA will be bringing back the Two Day show!

    This will be our first show for 2024 held on 23/24 March 2024, with International & Interstate judges.
    Rosette sponsorship is still available or prize donations - please email Barbara LaRocca burmesecats1@bigpond.com

    Full schedule on show calendar page & entries now opened on https://www.catshowsonline.com/




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Queensland Feline Association Inc. (QFA) was founded in 1975 and is one of the largest recognised cat registering associations in Queensland.  QFA is proud to be a member body of the Australian Cat Federation Inc.
 
QFA 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 offers its Clubs and breeders advice and guidance where possible.  The Council of QFA, which consists of the QFA 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.  QFA and its affiliated Clubs run championship cat shows throughout the year and are active in the promotion of the cat fancy in general.  QFA is a not-for-profit organisation.
 
QFA has a panel of licensed Judges all of whom have both interstate and international judging experience.
 
Breeders registered with QFA are required to adhere to the Breeders Code of Ethics which includes that all pet kittens and retired breeding cats must be desexed before going to their new homes.  
 
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 microchipping of all cats and the desexing of cats sold as pets

QFA Inc has a CODE OF CONDUCT which covers all exhibitors at shows, executive committee, club delegates, club members and registered breeders.

It also covers Social Media use.

The Code of Conduct document can be found on the Regulations and By-Laws page, under the Breeder Info tab on the Home Page.

 


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IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR BREEDERS/MEMBERS

  • Re Cats Australia
    The Australian Cat Federation (ACF) on 14 June 2023 voted not to recognise Cats Australia – pedigrees issued by them will not be recognised.
    ACF by-laws Part 2 - 5.16 state that – “All kittens bred in Australia must be first 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.”
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CHANGES TO QFA RULES AND REGULATIONS

  • Notice for Exhibitors at QFA Shows 2022

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EFFECTIVE NOW IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL QFA BREEDERS

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL QFA BREEDERS
    NEW BREEDER REQUIREMENT – From 1ST March 2021
    All kittens born on or after the above date, being sold as pets must be desexed prior to sale.
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Cat of the Year Winners 2023

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