The 2018 National Show Schedule has now been posted under shows.
Sponsorship Information can be accessed by clicking here.
A direct link to the schedule can be accessed by clicking here.
Show Schedule: CURLY COATS APRIL 2019
Entries Close: Friday 5th April, 2019
Curly Coats Cat Club of QLD Inc
3 Ring Cat & Kitten Show
PLUS REX SPECIALTY
to be held
Sunday 14th April 2019
ACACIA RIDGE FUNCTION CENTRE
1386 Beaudesert Rd, Acacia Ridge
Click the following links for the result pages:
COME JOIN US AT THE
CAT OF YEAR LUNCHEON
Event Link: 2018 Cat of Year Luncheon
WHERE: South Sports Club – Mortimer Rd, Acacia Ridge
WHEN: 25 November 2018 – 12pm for a 12.30 start
PRICE: $40 per person
SECRET SANTA – $10 MAX per person [Please advise if you would like to take part in the secret Santa]
Click the link below to view the presentation given:
A video of the recent End of Year raffle draw for Cat of the Year will be shown here soon.
The winner of the first selection from our fabulous End Of Year raffle was: DRUM ROLL……
Janine Franklin who chose the 1/2 pallet of Kitter litter – congratulations!!!
Second prize – the fabulous scratching pole kindly sponsored by Derek of Aussieposhpaws Bengals was won by:……
Maureen King-Turner. Lucky you!!!!
Third prize which is the Genetics book by Dr Kerry Fowler called MEOW – A Genetic Concert for Cats was won by:…..
Ian Honour. It’s a great read, jam packed with information. Lucky you.
Thank you to everyone who supported the raffle throughout the year. Have a safe and happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year from the Management team of Cats Qld Inc.
As of July 1st, 2017, all kittens born AFTER that date, and being sold as PETS, are required to be desexed. Only kittens being transferred to registered breeders, who are members of a recognized registering body, will have their Application for Registration processed. Breeders must provide the registering body of the breeder, their prefix and their member number, so that verification can be done.
This decision will not affect many of our Registered Breeders – the majority already carry out early desexing so will not have to do anything different except we would ask that your vet provide a certificate of desexing for all kittens – with their microchip numbers included.
While CQI recognize that there are risks with any surgery, kittens that have achieved 1kg in weight are considered safe to desex. Council is compiling a list of vets around the state that practise early desexing. Should you need these details, please contact Council and we will do our best to assist you to access one.
THERE HAS BEEN A CHANGE TO THE CODE OF ETHICS. Please see the 2017 document on the forms page. Changes are in red – in the Breeder’s Code of Ethics section. This change mainly focuses on microchipping of kittens and cats and the emphasis on the early desexing of kittens. Please ensure you read the document in its entirety and carefully to ensure you understand your responsibilities as a Cats Queensland Inc Registered Breeder.