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Below, you will find various listings for cat/kitten registries. All register Purebreds and Household Pet Cats and Kittens. Each hold a yearly cat/kitten show in which you submit photos of your feline to be judged. Classes normally cost $5.00 per photo submitted but read their show rules as to exact prices and requirements as some may charge an added fee for sending via email instead of snail mail(through the post office) and some may want up to 3 photos per class, just so the judge can make a better decision during the judging process. Then yet, there may be a show that provides a variety of classes instead of one and lets you copy from the same negative over and over again, just as long as the picture itself was taken no earlier than a year prior to that actual class, so please make sure to read what these organizations, associations, corporations and in plain terms, registries, require to show and/or register your cat or be a member of. Good luck!!!


Cat Fancier's Federation, Inc. - The CFF originated in 1919 as a non-profit corporation in Connecticut, but in 1972 when the Connecticut Corporation dissolved, the Corpoartion reorganized in Rhode Island. CFF registers both Purebred and Household Pet Cats. All of their judges and live shows thus far have been Midwest and Eastern Portions of the United States, but in mid-February of 2004 they held their First Annual CFF International Cyber Cat Show. They had 310 cats shown, 47 which were in the adult household pet cat class. Considering there were 4 actual judges and there was a placing for 10 winners under each judge, I was able to walk away with some really nice ribbons, participation certificates and nice prizes for 3 of our 4 cats. Luckily, one of our cats placed twice, giving us a total of 4 prizes, 4 ribbons and 4 certificates. At their normal live cat show, you must register your Household Pet Cat or Kitten and be a member in order to collect points on your furry feline, but in their Cyber Show, only the purebred cats and kittens need to be registered with CFF and their owners be members. For the Cyber Show you can submit your cat/kitten(s) photos via email or snail mail. There is no difference in price for whichever way you submit and they don't have the variety of classes that the cat associations listed below have, but again, just another show to submit your precious feline without having them stressed out, like they would be if going to a live cat show.

Traditional and Classic Cat International - TCCI supports both a Purebred and Household Pet Cat Registry. Founded in 1987. Shows are held every year in late June with an early-June deadline for photo submissions. The neat part is that you do not have to be a member of their organization nor do you have to register your mixed bred cat to show in the annual Household Pet Show. These shows not only have many classes within their longhaired, shorthaired and handicapped classes, but also have fun classes to participate in. Classes for both older cats and younger kitties. Photos are submited via email(1.00 extra this way) or snail mail and you can even copy off the same negative as many times as you want, just as long at the picture itself was taken no earlier than a year before the actual show. They place winners to fifth place.

Traditional Cat Association, Incorporated - TCAinc. is "The World's Largest Registry of Purebred Traditional Cats, Classic Cats and Household Pets". Founded in 1987, by Diana L. Fineran. Shows are held every year in late June with a mid-June deadline for photo submissions. The neat part is that you do not have to be a member of their organization nor do you have to register your mixed bred cat to show in the annual Household Pet Review, which has lots of classes for longhaired and shorthaired cats and kittens, plus many fun classes and even classes for handicapped household cats and kittens. You merely submit photos via snail mail to an address and can even copy from the same negative for each class you want to participate in, as long as the picture is no later than a year predated to that actual show. 3 people(a vet, and usually 2 assistant's) judge the cats according to their photos. They place winners to fifth place.


Inquiries? Please contact me:

rumpkump@hotmail.com

rumpkump@hotmail.com