About NSW CFA

The NSW CFA is one of the largest and most active Feline Registering Bodies in the Southern Hemisphere with a professional administration office processing thousands of registrations each year. Our Affiliated Clubs ensure dozens of Championship Shows for members to showcase their breed.The NSW CFA is a founding member of the Co-Ordinating Cat Council of Australia, one of the two umbrella national recommendatory bodies in Australia. 

 

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Looking for a Pedigree Breeder?

Our NSWCFA members who also breed pedigree cats are bound to abide by the Code of Ethics as well as NSW State legislation.This means your kitten will leave to its new home no earlier than 10 weeks of age and will be micro-chipped and vaccinated.

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Breed Spotlight

BENGAL

Bengals are generally confident, curious, energetic, playful and devoted companions. They get along well with other pets when properly introduced and enjoy being part of a family. Each Bengal is an individual and those interested should find out as much as they can about this wonderful breed before adding one to their<

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Legislative News
 

NSW Dept of Primary Industries (DPI) are beginning a new review of NSW Animal Welfare laws (POCTA) and the first consulation period has ended. 

Our response on behalf of NSWCFA is http://www.nswcfa.asn.au/notices/notices/News/NSWCFA%20Response%20-%20Animal%20Welfare%20Reforms%20210620.pdf

 

 

Meet A Breeder

Tarmac Bengals 

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Responsible Cat Ownership

NSWCFA promotes responsible pet ownership and all members are required to adhere to State legislation when homing their cats or kittens. It is important that cats are not overbred and that kittens born be selectively placed into caring, permanent homes.

Click on the link below for more information about the Annual Permit for Non-Desexed Cats coming into effect on 1 July 2020. 

https://www.olg.nsw.gov.au/councils/responsible-pet-ownership/nsw-pet-registry/annual-permits/

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To facilitate enjoyment and promote responsible cat ownership