Mrs J Edwards, 4 Blue Crescent, Woodforde, 5072
Ph. (08) 8337 6237
Mrs Marion Kidd, 40 Germantown Road, Redbanks, 5502.
Ph. (08) 8527 2358
Secretary, Coral Gray E-mail
Ms J A Russack, 32 Farrant Street, Prospect, 5082.
Ph. (08) 8344 7659 E-mail
Mrs P Worsley, 8 Claire Street, Ridgehaven, 5097.
Ph. (08) 8265 1198 E-mail
Dianne Dolman, 22 Formby Cres, Harbourside Quay, 5015
Ph. (08) 8447 2489 E-mail
Mr M Wood, 12 Barry Street, Hamley Bridge, 5401.
Ph. 0407 900 222 E-mail
N Evans, 35 Bucknall Road, Glanville, 5015.
Ph. (08) 8449 5880 E-mail
There are seven clubs affiliated with Governing Council, details of which are as follows:-
The Cat Fanciers was established in 1957, and this club has always worked for charities and has passed on much financial help.The aims and objects have remained the same since the club's inception, i.e."THE SOCIETY" means - all owners of cats, pedigreed or otherwise, and all persons interested in cats."THE AIMS" are - to safeguard and encourage fair dealing and kind treatment of all cats, and to hold or support shows or exhibitions of all cats. MEETINGS are held on the bi-monthly. Club badges are available from the Secretary.
Membership is open to anyone with a love of cats. Our special interests are those breeds that are grouped under the general heading of Foreign Shorthairs. Membership is open to anyone with a love of cats. Our special interests are those breeds that are grouped under the general heading of Foreign Shorthairs. These include Russian, Abyssinian, Somali, Burmese, Cornish Rex, Devon Rex, Korats, Australian Mist, Bengal, Ocicat, Burmilla, Japanese Bobtail, Singapura,Tonkinese, Egyptian Mau, LaPerm and from other groups, Siamese and Oriental and the British Shorthair, Scottish Fold and Manx. If you are curious about these breeds, watch out for them at shows, where their owners will be only too happy to talk to you about them. If you are curious about these breeds, watch out for them at shows, where their owners will be only too happy to talk to you about them.
The club publishes a quarterly magazine for members which contains articles of interest to cat people.The FSCC holds monthly meetings from February to November inclusive, at The Howard Room, The Fullarton Park Centre, 411 Fullarton Road, Fullarton on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm. All members are encouraged to attend and visitors are welcome. Yearly Membership: $12 single $16.00 family. The Secretary holds stocks of pedigree forms and all Governing Council forms.
The S.A. Cat Breeders is an All breeds Cat Club which was founded in 1961. The Association consists of members, honorary members Life members, honorary Life members and associate members. Membership shall be subject to the rules of the Association. Full membership for owners of Pedigreed exhibits and associate membership for owners of Domestic and Part Pedigreed exhibits, with full show privileges but inability to move motions or vote at meetings.
The aims and objects of the association are:-* To promote the welfare of cats and foster interest in the Cat Fancy.* To encourage the breeding of pedigreed cats.* To raise the standard of breeding and exhibiting of pedigreed cats.* To encourage competition among cat owners by promotion of shows and giving of prizes, certificates or trophies and by any other means which may from time to time be determined by the Assoc'n.* To provide facilities for discussion and interchange of views among owners.* To collect, verify and publish information relative to cat breeding and exhibiting.
Tandanya Cat Club was formed in 1976 and is an "all breeds" club catering for lovers of every breed, including domestics. The objects of the Club are to promote cats and their improvement; to educate and encourage members, breeders and exhibitors to abide by the approved standards of the breeds; to promote and support competition in all practical ways, including the conduction of shows; to promote public interest in cats and their welfare; to promote good fellowship amongst those interested in cats.
Tandanya produces a Newsletter for the benefit of members Membership is open to any person who is interested in cats. General Meetings are held in alternate months (January/November) at 7.30 p.m. in members' homes, with Committee meetings in other months. Ring 8449 5880 for date and venue of next meeting. All visitors are welcome.
A brand new club formed in 2007 to meet the needs of people with an interest in any or all of the breeds within the British group.As a "breed specialist" club, with the majority of owners/breeders of cats in this group in South Australia having already joined, and having been accepted for affiliation with GCCFSA on their first application, this club plans to actively promote British Shorthairs, Scottish Folds (shorthair & longhair), Scottish Shorthairs, Manx and Cymrics, Selkirk Rex (shorthair & longhair) and their care.An all-breeds show is planned for 21 October 2015.
The Rex Cat Fanciers of SA is a club for lovers of Devon and Cornish Rex. The club aims to promote these breeds in a fun and friendly manner. We welcome breeders as well as pet owners and show exhibitors. Members get together on a regular basis for meetings and social events. The club brings out a quarterly magazine and holds a show every year.
For more information, visit Club web site
Formed in 2008 our club is a friendly & enthusiastic club for cat owners & admirers. It is an "all Breeds" club and membership is open to anyone with a love of cats.
We hold one show eqch year, usually in April, and our meetings are held every two months.
Our main objectives are: