Documents for GCCFSA

Birmilla cat
GCCFSA Constitution and By-Laws

Constitution

By-Laws

Code of Ethics - Exhibitors

Code of Ethics - Breeders / Owners

Social Media Policy

Show Rules

Show Rules

Disputes

Rules for disputes

ACF Title Application Forms

ACF Award of Excellence

ACF Companion Award of Honour

ACF National Title

ACF Distinguished Merit Award

Information Leaflets Available
  1. Environmentally Friendly Cats
  2. Cats & Wildlife - The World is Big Enough for Both
  3. A Living Gift
  4. A House of His Own
  5. Make Me Welcome
  6. Cats Have 9 Lives, But...
  7. You've Got Personality

 

GCCFSA Cattery Accreditation

There is now a program of accreditation of catteries (breeding and boarding) that are registered with GCCFSA. The program is intended to show that GCCFSA is acting in a responsible way to promote and protect our catteries and the public.

This is a voluntary program, but it is an advantage for your cattery to have accreditation. When enquiries are made through the GCCFSA Secretary or clubs, the accreditation is acknowledged and passed on to buyers.

Inspection may be by your choice of two members of the inspection panel or by a veterinarian.

A certificate, valid for two years, will be issued on approved inspection.

To apply:

  • Complete the inspection request form, nominate two of the accreditation team members or your own vet to inspect your cattery, and make a booking for inspection with Fiona Hawkins, GCCFSA Secretary.

  • The application form may be used for self-assessment before booking an inspection.

  • Application form [pdf]

Accreditation panel members:

  • Judith Adams, Pam Worsley, Matthew Wood and Claire Edwards

  • All panel members have been inspected and accredited.